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By DominicWalsh · Posted#EURJPY: Detailed Structure AnalysisHere are my latest structure analysis for ⚠️EURJPY.Support 1: 138.80 - 139.25 areaSupport 2: 137.38 - 138.18 areaResistance 1: 143.19 - 143.6 areaResistance 2: 145.00 - 145.58 areaResistance 3: 146.40 - 146.7 areaConsider these structures for pullback/breakout trading.
By DominicWalsh · Posted#USDCAD: Important Breakout USDCAD broke and closed below a solid horizontal demand cluster on a daily. The broken structure turned into resistance now. Probabilities will be high to see a bearish move from that. Goals will be 1.356 / 1.346 For Additional confirmation use: the best mt4 indicators
I've been using the Knockout products at ether 1 or 2 pound a point. They have normally been priced between £60 - £270. Any reason why on the DAX today, just to put £1 per point in a bearish position is costing nearly £600?
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