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  1. #31
    Gbpjpy
    sell 139.43 sl 140.03 tp 138.63

  2. #32
    Nzdjpy
    buy 76.49 sl 76.29 tp 76.74

  3. #33
    Nzdjpybuy 76.36 sl 76.17 tp 76.62

  4. #34
    Cadjpy
    buy 80.97 sl 80.71 tp 81.30

  5. #35
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    Sep 2015
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    just curious what timeframes u using, what kind of profit target ratios, what size initial stop losses? (just curious)

    you're also taking lots of corelated trades on the same day, so what risk % are u using for each trade?
    just curious what R u getting per week roughly?


    and looks impressive (assuming it real)
    Last edited by harpoon; 04-22-2017 at 07:04 AM.

  6. #36
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    this is USDCHF h1 elliott wave counting .


    what's your idea about usdchf h1

  7. #37
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    Sep 2015
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    be careful with chf...it had some nasty crashes. if you're a beginner read about the 4000 pip cross chf crashes. it's disgusting. 4000/30pip trade = ICBM... but i leave your question to the thread starter...

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