Here’s a real-time trend definition setup

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CAD/CHF, while one of the lesser-followed crosses, is nonetheless
one that is coming together nicely on the 3 time frames I follow, 60 &
240-minute and daily charts.

The chart below is the 240-min chart and outlines some of the logic behind
wanting to get short.

With reference to Monday’s lesson regarding ‘Trend
’ pull up charts on your platform on all 3 time frames noted above
— you will see that all are sloping down to the right, a downtrend, hence,
placing a short is staying in harmony with the market and increases the odds of
success on the trade.

Does it mean that I will short once prices trade at the Resistance Zone? No.
This area is simply a reference point, an area where I believe prices may stall,
when and if it gets to that area, I will re-evaluate once again.

As always, feel free to send me your comments and questions.


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