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    Hello everyone, I would like to start post my trades in this forum. I trade 12-15 perfect set ups a month. RULES very simple: STOP: 30 pips (ALWAYS)
    limit: 99pips (ALWAYS) never change...discipline one of the most important things in trading...I will place my trades during first 2-3 hours of London session.
    Another very important tip: tradingeq - emotions: sometime we will be 80-90 pips in profit and it might go back and stop us out, but RULES, RULES, RULES...lets get pips together... "99pips"

    I just entered SELL G/U @ 1.6285 please follow rules
     
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    Trading on “TRUE” support/resistance levels

    Trading on “TRUE” support/resistance levels

    very nice educational article:

    I would like to take the time and give a few pointers to traders that would like to understand what support and resistance levels the market reacts to more often then not. Since i mainly trade GBPUSD, I will post 2 charts showing what levels to take into account and how the market reacted to them when they were reached.

    On our first chart picture we see that the market is down trending and making attempts to go back up and failing…Now stop and take a good look at the points i marked on the chart. If u look closely, I did not take the highest spike up in the rally but i took the second attempt of the market trying to go up. I marked 3 levels on the chart of which 2 of them being already tested by the market. These second attempts at a rally for the market become its TRUE resistance levels. Also, most of the time when the market falls from these levels the first time and retraces to them, it will give its take profit to these failed rally attempts. It is an “N” shaped take profit concept for those that understand Ichimoku charting and the theories behind them.

    Here i used a H1 chart to determine these levels, but the higher the t/f chart the more the market will bounce from these levels. This well let you as a trade have a better clue of why sometimes the market hits a certain level which is not a fib. level and bounces but you were waiting for a fib. level to execute your trade. I hope this information will help you as a trader have more incite into what the market is trying to do and in the process make you a more profitable trader.

    I was not able to upload charts pictures, my friend wrote...you can see there:
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