It’s time for a fresh batch of valid signals on this mechanical system! Think any of these are gonna end up winners?
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EUR/USD had a short position from the previous update, and this one is still open.
This one is looking good so far, and I’m hoping that it can at least have the trailing stop activated soon to lock in pips along the way.
I can’t help but feel worried that the downtrend is starting to slow, but this should be turned into a risk-free trade in just a few more pips.
Cable had a new crossover in the earlier update, and this was followed by a long stochastic pullback signal.
This play doesn’t seem to be going well, though, as price is tumbling and the moving averages look prime for a bearish crossover.
As for EUR/JPY, its short position is still open but not looking too good, as price popped higher and is inching close to its stop loss.
Here’s a look at the latest positions:
With that, the SMA Crossover Pullback System didn’t log in any wins or losses for the week as the positions are still open.
Both euro pairs have short plays going on while Cable has a long position that ain’t lookin’ so good. Hopefully the early exits can still minimize any potential losses!
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