April 8 – 12.
Total 3804 available pips, 12 currency pairs, 26 trades. As mentioned 3804 is extremely high however all market scenarios from elections, to brexit, to wars to North Korea missiles is fully factored. Total available pips is actually the result to where prices are located at week’s beginning. The 26 trades are fairly standard and accounts for longs and shorts in each currency pair. 2 way trades however are taken only when appropriate as we don’t nor does a need exist to gamble. We trade sure shots.
Weekly trades are paying roughly 2000 pips per week. In the last 8 or so weeks, the range was 1800 ish to 2300. The total record dates to last July 2018 and began with 35 trades, all different currency pairs for 4000 ish pips.
This week at 1127 was the lowest weekly pip count since at least in about 8 weeks. Overall as in past years, Models are perfect and derives from hard work and updates over the years.
The 12 currency pairs below are chosen and standard as best movers among the 28 G10 choices. Consideration to drop EUR/CAD in favor of NZD/CAD.
Entries and targets below, note the number of trades failed to trigger due to dull price movements.
GBPAUD 1.8113, 1.8135, Target 1.8313, Not triggered. 1.8335, target 1.8599, not triggered. 1.8599, target 1.8379, not triggered. 1.8335, target 1.8135, actual 1.8335 – 1.8247, +94.
USDCAD 1.3120, 1.3151, Target 1.3273, not triggered. 1.3425, 1.3454, Target 1.3310. Actual 1.3394 -1.3309, +85.
CADJPY 82.28, 82.49, Target 83.42. Not triggered. 83.52, Target 84.74, Actual 83.52 to 83.94, +42.