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This is a recap of the previous Video on AUDJPY pin bar inside bar combo signals. Market trending nicely and has formed a further bullish rejection from lower levels. Watch Part 1 Of This Video Here Before Watching Part 2 Below.

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Video Synopsis – AUDJPY Continues with Pin Bar Candlestick Patterns

In the above video I recap the AUDJPY Pin Bar Forex Trade Signal setup on the daily chart from the previous video. In the last video I talked about the bullish signals that were forming on the daily chart, we can see in this current video that a bullish pin bar / inside bar combo formed on the daily AUDJPY chart. These inside bars formed within a “mother candle” which is a bar that fully engulfs the subsequent price bars.

On this setup my stop loss was set at 93 pips, setups like this allow for nice tight stops which make for great risk to reward ratios. The trade is currently in profit in this video and I moved to break even making this a risk-free trade. My target was set near 0.7830 for a risk to reward of 3 to 1. Note in the video the strong swing point that held near 0.7571.

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6 Comments

  1. margo says:

    I constantly spent my half an hour to read this website’s articles daily along with a mug of coffee.

  2. George says:

    Thanks again.

  3. Mike says:

    Hi Nial
    From my understanding of your price action trading methodology, you would not have entered this trade until it retraced down to the halfway point of the pin-bar ?
    Since it did not retrace that far, how did you determine to enter the trade anyway ?

    thanks
    Mike H

    1. nial says:

      There is multiple ways to enter a pin bar, in this case, my stop was able to be tight, under 100 pips, and the market dipped down on the Monday open and proceeded to rally.
      Its a solid opportunity when a market gaps on Mondays. Hope you understand that this style of trading is not mechanical, you need to use your head sometimes, it will come with experience.
      Nial

  4. Lisa McGrath says:

    wooo ~ *sparkly*
    I’m definitely a Nial group*ie ! :)

    1. Ann says:

      You and me both. : ) So clear and helps to develop a feel for the market.

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