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Now back to “the best of” my personal trading:
If you have been following my last few posts, you know that my family and I have been on vacation in Taos, New Mexico and that I try to include some interesting geography or history related to trades currently active in my posts. We are home now and my GBPUSD trade ended but I am continuing the Taos, New Mexico theme because the trade hit the profit targets so fast I never got to finish with Taos. I am not complaining, I will take quick profits any day. However, I am breaking with tradition and continuing with my Taos theme.
I have been posting mainly Daily Swing Trades lately but I will start interspersing my own trades on days when there are no Daily Swing Trades called as I did in my last post yesterday.
Today we do have a daily swing trade and I have included it below.
Daily Swing Trade for 9-13-2016: Australian Dollar / New Zealand Dollar (AUDNZD)
Today the Daily Swing Trade involves the Australian Dollar / New Zealand Dollar currency pair. The Harmonic Scanner has given a signal, a harmonic Gartley Pattern on the daily chart of the AUDNZD. You can see this on the chart below.
The squiggly lines are standard deviation bands which can help to show areas of support and resistance as an additional confirmation of the trade. You can see that a butterfly pattern (drawn in blue on chart) is forming inside the Gartley pattern. I this instance we have a harmonic pattern inside another harmonic pattern.
Another way to look for support and resistance is to display the Fibonacci ratios which are shown in pink on the chart below.
The red oval on the chart below highlights a very important area. This is the resistance zone where we will enter a buy entry on this currency pair.
The chart below shows the support range where we will look to buy, the stop loss point, and the profit target. On this daily chart the stop loss point given by the Harmonic Scanner was so far away that the risk was very large. In this instance, the pattern suggested a higher stop loss point that lowers the risk on the trade.
If you look at the MACD indicator shown at the bottom of the chart you can see a divergence pattern. That is, the oscillator is making higher lows indication the downward momentum is losing steam and a move upwards may be beginning. This is another confirmation of the trade signal.
Since the daily chart gives wide profit targets and stop loss point, even taking into account the adjustment made on this trade we need to be careful to raise our stops and potentially take partial profits.
Taos Pueblo – Taos, New Mexico:
Those who are regular readers know I like to include some geography or history in my posts. Since I was in a trade involving the US Dollar and we were in Taos, New Mexico I added some information about the Taos Pueblo, which we visited below. (check out my travel blog at http://goTripSpin.com)
“The Rio Grande Gorge is a geological feature in northern New Mexico where the watercourse of the Rio Grande follows a tectonic chasm. Beginning near the Colorado border, the approximately 50-mile (80 km) gorge runs from northwest to southeast of Taos, New Mexico, through the basalt flows of the Taos Plateau volcanic field. The gorge depth is 800 feet (240 m) just south of the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge, which spans the gorge 10 miles (16 km) northwest of Taos.
In 1968, the Rio Grande was among the first eight rivers the US Congress designated into the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System to protect outstanding resources values. The Wild and Scenic River flows through the Rio Grande Gorge Recreation Area. The recreation areas include the Wild Rivers area in the north and the Orialla Verde area in the south, which provide hiking, boating, fishing and camping facilities.
The gorge has Class II to Class V white water rapids that are managed for recreation by The U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM). The BLM maintains two developed recreation areas along the river that include hiking, biking and other recreational opportunities. In New Mexico, The Rio Grande has two main sections for rafting near Taos: the Taos Box and the Racecourse Run. The Taos Box, a more dramatic, deep canyon, is famous for its big, technical Class IV rapids, while the Racecourse Run is a Class III stretch better suited for first-time rafters and families.”
Rio Grande Gorge Pictures
Family Photos from Taos Pueblo
Map of Rio Grande Gorge – Peñasco, New Mexico:
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