EUR/JPY, components all near critical levels

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Today could be one of those rare, clarifying moments. You’ve got EUR/JPY within 35 pips of trend highs at 120.73, EUR/USD within 25 pips or so of its trend high at 1.3304 and USD/JPY about a quarter yen below 90.25.

All those levels could come into play as the day wears on. If long, trimming positions on a failure to break looks logical, looking to re-add on pullbacks is the way to play near-term.  Don’t ignore break-outs by all three components. That is about as strong a signal as you can get… What ever you do, DO NOT FADE BREAKOUTS in this environment.


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Jamie Coleman


  1. Thank you very much, Jamie. Your important reminder came in just in time to help me control my “fading” emotions! Thanks again.

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  3. Hi Jamie, sorry I’m new to forex and unsure of the terms. What do u mean by do not fade breakouts?

  4. Fade: to trade counter to. For instance, to “fade a trend” is to counter the trend. To fade a rumor is to believe it to be untrue and do the opposite of what the rumor would suggest.

  5. Ahhh got it. Thanks Jamie!

  6. There’s hope for you yet……..


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