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    H1 time frame and entries on 15m

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    Frankly speaking, entry is not an issue. The problem is when to exit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmad_view View Post
    H1 time frame and entries on 15m
    For me is better to do trading in 4H only we can use support and Resistence

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    ECB's Makuch says he may consider leaving his post early

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    Hi guys,

    which time frame do you use for intraday trading?
    And what do you think, which pairs are the most predictable?

    Regards
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    European Central Bank policymaker Jozef Makuch may consider stepping down as head of Slovakia's central bank early to allow parliament to appoint a successor before what are expected to be highly divisive elections in spring 2020, he said.

    That would avoid the prospect of political wranglings leading to his post being left vacant for an extended period, as has happened in Slovenia, which has been unable to pick a new governor since March.

    Makuch, whose term ends in 2021, told reporters he considers finance minister Peter Kazimir as a suitable replacement.

    "The next government will likely be made of several parties with a different world view," Makuch said, addressing rumors in the Slovak press that he is preparing for an early departure. "That could lead to political instability and early elections."

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    The U.S. dollar slipped, while the Japanese yen hovered near a two-month low on Wednesday as investors digested the latest trade news.
    The US Dollar Index, which tracks the greenback against a basket of other currencies, was down 0.07% at 94.16 by 12:26AM ET (04:26 GMT).
    The dollar slipped after Beijing announced on Tuesday retaliatory tariffs that targeted more than 5,000 U.S. products worth $60 billion. The new tariffs would take effect on Sep 24, China’s Ministry of Finance said in a statement. The country’s commerce ministry also filed a complaint to the World Trade Organization (WTO) against the U.S., according to reports.

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    The dollar hovered near a seven-week low against a basket of major currencies, in part as safe-haven demand for the U.S. currency ebbed on relief that tariffs the United States and China imposed on each other's goods were set at lower levels than some had feared.
    The British pound stepped back from two-month highs on caution over whether the European Union and UK can reach a Brexit deal at their ongoing summit while the New Zealand dollar jumped to three-week highs on Thursday after strong domestic GDP data.
    The dollar index stood at 94.554 (DXY) (=USD), near its seven-week low of 94.308 touched on Tuesday as its more risk-sensitive rivals held firmer.

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    The U.S. Dollar was unchanged on Wednesday as markets awaited the conclusion of the Federal Reserve’s latest meeting, while the New Zealand Dollar jumped against the dollar on a better-than-expected business confidence report.

    The Fed is widely expected to hike interest rates later in the day. Markets also anticipate another rate hike before the year end, although the outlook for 2019 is less clear, according to analysts.

    As well as an interest rate decision, the Federal Reserve will also serve up its summary of economic projections, outlining policymakers' expectations on economic growth, inflation and unemployment.

    The U.S. dollar index, which tracks the greenback against a basket of other currencies, was unchanged at 93.73 by 11:01PM ET (03:01 GMT). The index has slipped around 3% since August.

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    Markets Weaken With Russell 2000 Leading Lower
    That one-day bounce in the Russell 2000 last week is looking like a long time ago as yesterday finished with a cut below its 50-day MA. Technical are fading fast as relative performance began a cliff fall.
    While other indices haven't shown this same level of weakness it's a worrying start as Small Caps' typically lead. The slower channel remains intact so it's not a full on reversal yet.
    The NASDAQ 100 started brightly and looked to have generated a solid move to challenge its bull trap before sellers pushed it back to its starting point - leaving a 'gravestone doji'. While the Russell 2000 struggled yesterday, the weak finish for the NASDAQ 100 wasn't enough to register as a support break.

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    The NASDAQ had already lost support prior to yesterday, but there was no acceleration to the downside.

    The S&P left another 'bull trap' in its wake but didn't give up (newer) channel support; it's still a long way from the long-standing summer channel - illustrated by the thin blue line.

    For today, keep an eye on the Russell 2000. It looks like it wants to lead lower and this will be bad news for other indices. If there is to be a bullish surge, then the NASDAQ 100 will be the index most likely to lead out.

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