EURJPY na spadki?

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Daniel Grek
Daniel Grek published an idea on EURJPY, D1
5 years ago

EURJPY nieznacznie wyłamał się dziś z górnej linii trendu kreślącej formację trójkąta dotychczas respektowaną przez rynek. Zmiana położenia linii nadal jednak pozostawia samą formacje w grze i zwiastuje spadki po przebiciu wsparcia

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  • Damian Wójcicki
    Damian Wójcicki5 years ago

    jesli uformuje sie pinbar na d1 można na 50 % zniesienia choć japonczyk dał mi juz pare razy po pupie wiec nie wiem

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    • Paweł Augustyn
      Paweł Augustyn5 years ago

      Może właśnie czas na większą korektę, czyli tym razem wybicie z formacji trójkąta górą? Ja w każdym razie mam eurjpy na buy'a, zabezpieczonego już na BE.

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