Triple Confirmation Rips on the EUR/JPY

Triple Confirmation Rips on the EUR/JPY

 

Today we see the EUR/JPY rip to the upside on the hourly chart and thinking the technicals look good and the pair could move higher between now and the end of the week.  At $134.02 to me, the pair has moved up a little too much, too quick so I am going to be patient and wait for a pullback to around $133.80 area which then I will be tempted to look for opportunities to get long.  At $133.80 we saw a triple confirmation setup using the Ichimoku setup on the hourly chart, 2 hour, 4 hour and daily chart so in this video I explore couple ways you consider getting long this trading pair between now and the end of the week  

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