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Why we should review price action to see if History will Repeat!!
Studying price action and reviewing should be a key part to everyones trading and will improve overall results. Many Stocks, Currency pairs, Commodities or Indexes have differing nuances and characteristics with regards to Price Action so it is worth doing the homework before entering a trade. Even though they all trade around a similar Price Action Framework, quickly looking for small repeating patterns can greatly improve the probability and conviction and help your trades in the long run.
This short video below looks at EQR.asx listed on the ASX. By reviewing the previous price action, we can see that the current setup is so far following the same path as a previous big winner….I will be watching to see if history does repeat!!
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