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    I have just discovered the traditional movement of this pair. The average movement up and down on regular basis is 200pips. This occurs mostly between 9and13 GMT, during trading days. It is a big revelation.

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    i think your info is not something new rather but its the best pair to trade if you wan to earn a lot.

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    i don't think so ,it moves irregularly

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    it`s depend on what trading system we use...it could look regularly sin some system.. but looks different in other system..


    jus my 2 cent
    like KDZA said:
    "pedang yang sama akan berbeda keampuhannya apabila pemakainya berkembang dari anak kecil jadi dewasa yang terlatih"

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    I prefer trade with GBP/JPY.I urually trade at 2pm (gmt+7) with 2 ways,so i take profit at 7pm

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    I think the movement is irregularly in long term but may be regularly in short term.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhtchanforex View Post
    I think the movement is irregularly in long term but may be regularly in short term.

    its other way round man..
    in long term its regular move
    just check out weekly and monthly charts and u would know it
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    we would see the history showing that fall is inevitable
    by 2009 jan we should complete the fall of this pair and haeding for new high
    [url=http:Rule 14

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    a good way to know the regular movement of any pair, is seting up the same EMA or SMA in open and close sets.
    For example, if i want to know the movement in 1H chart I set an EMA 100 or 200 in open, and after the same in close. this setting form a channel between those MAs, and that channel is the average movement in those 100 or 200 periods for that time chart. Nothing more simple than that.
    If you want to be more risky with your targets, you can set up in high-low, instead the open-close, and a less EMA or SMA, for example, 30 or 50.
    Last edited by cesar; 02-24-2008 at 01:48 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by netizen View Post
    we would see the history showing that fall is inevitable
    by 2009 jan we should complete the fall of this pair and haeding for new high
    What you mean with heading for a new high???? sm_rolleye Do you mean a less lower....???? toothy9 toothy9...

    seriously, UJ have formed a bearish triangle in monthly with target in below 60 or 50. Its correlation with GJ for these days is not so much.... because UJ moving slowly in the monthly pivot and tryin to escape down, but GU is moving fast 100 pips daily up and down... Anyway, GJ have formed a Bearish Wedge. with a target in below 150.

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    b4 the two pairs correlate well but usaully gj moves 2x uj.for example during non farm news if uj moves 100pips ,gj will move 230pips .but now they move not correlate

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    I think every pairs move in trend, including this GJ pair.
    But since it has high volatility, it seems to ignore the trend.
    My suggestion is never trading this pair with the trend for intraday trader cause you will miss a lot of chances.

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