(If you;re looking for the 22nd of October post you can find it here!)
Now one of the readers form this blog messaged me yesterday telling me not to take AUDCHF – I should stick to my rules.
I like my rules they’re great, for the large majority of the time – but this opportunity was rather gorgeous…
So I’m sorry… Three years in Canada got me to say sorry for way too many things I believe… Anyway, I took AUDCHF yesterday – that’s all I wanted to say.
We’ll see what happens, however I truly believe there was an edge in this position so I’m more than happy to have executed on it.
That being said, let’s dive into my daily watchlist?!
EUR/AUD reached its supply zone, we broke it once but the price was then pushed back into it.
I’ll be interested in it if there’s a clear double top and a script entry. If the price action just goes sideways I won’t be interested.
Time will tell what happens
If you’re wondering why I have a zone there, I’ve been talking about it for a while now
Euro Kiwi is prettier than EUR/AUD but in this case as well I’ll be looking for a potential short, if it forms a double top and taps the zone I’ll be happy to take this trade.
There’s a weekly stack, so liking that. The price isn’t slanted for now, but we’ll see what happens once the price reaches the zone, there’s still a lot of time left for things to change!
Pound Aussie is also on my watchlist, we failed to reach the supply area I was interested in yesterday (a counter zone dating back from May)
There’s a clear weekly stack so we’re good on that side of things.
What I dislike about pound aussie, so far that is, is that the price action is rather corrective/slanted, we can see a few impulsive moves but not many.
I’ll want to see an impulsive move into the zone, not something slow
I’m still reading How to Live: Or A Life of Montaigne in One Question and Twenty Attempts at an Answer – it’s good, I’d probably recommend it.
Don’t think it’d call it a life changing book that being said.
But that being said, it may be because he relies a lot on hellenistic philosophy (Stoicism / Epicureanism and Skepticism) and I’ve already spent a fair amount of time reading into them.
If you’ve recently read a “life changing” book I’d definitely be interested in knowing which one it was!