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If you have done proper technical anylysis  , please post  charts anylysis,15 minutes  in advance  of trade,    provided you  have put on the trade.Late signals/posts  are useless to readers


If you have not called the trade  live  here , please do not make claims  or post after event  claims  .Please post here 15 minutes in advance 


Example trade 

close of 15 min bar  , I WILL ENTER LONG on dax  or buy call option on dax at 9550  weekly for 65 ticks

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Here is a sample trade for today


eurjpy   bought calls  1.2560  for  23.5 ticks


euro  towards bottom at supports    ,usd jpy  price action middle of channel  and eurjpy at supports/oversold area.


now who is putting ego on line with live calls?





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Hi oilfxpro 


Nice of you to post real trades.  I think there should be more of it. 


I can't post in advance as I don't trade like that (ie. I trade the move as it develops on a day-trading basis) - yet I 98% of the time trade what I post (ASX) to make it legit. 

That's real money too not demo.  Not back-testing but live trading.   

I know JB (jbtrader) posts some live trades in the Trade of the Month thread - for FX.  You've probably seen that. 


But nice to see your live calls. 


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Another trade I am monitoring is   USD JPY  .No trade yet


It may be bottoming  , but let us see up channel on hourly /daily charts, a couple  of  higher highs on the dailies.Eur has to get weaker , plus dollar index stronger 

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