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Forex Market Analysis 21 Feb 2019 – Brexit Boost!

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Forex Market Analysis 21 Feb 2019 – Brexit Boost!

Very nice movement on GBP based currency pairs due to the Brexit situation. We already talked about it and we have said that we might expect very strong movements on the GBP until April because the Brexit situation is quite hot and March will be a fundamental month for it. We also analyze GBP/JPY during this week and we had an amazing breakout of the down-channel, just like we were expecting.
Good movements on many currency pairs, followed by a trading day that was quite boring, with many tight ranges and volatility that was high only on Pacific currencies, due to some important news affecting the AUD.
As usual, we are going to analyze the best opportunities on the market with our Swing Trading Setup.

– H1 chart
– Green Simple Moving Average (60-close)
– Orange Simple Moving Average (240-close)
– Red Simple Moving Average (960-close)
– Bullish Trend, starting from the top = green-orange-red
– Bearish Trend, starting from the top = red-orange-green

To start with Forex Trading:

Candlestick analysis and patterns:

The infamous System ALM-TCS:

Part 2 of the ALM-TCS, with the Risk Model to boost the profits:

Strategy setup and Chart Patterns:

The complete Ichimoku Trading Strategy:

The links re-direct you to the page of the courses containing a coupon with a 95% discount.

Please make sure to follow the video for trading ideas and a better explanation of the entry and exit points for your trades.

Enjoy the video!


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