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Thursday, May 13, 2021

XLMUSD D1: BEST Level to BUY/HOLD 150% gains(SL/TP)(UPDATED)

XLMUSD D1: BEST Level to BUY/HOLD 150% gains(SL/TP)(UPDATED)


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XLMUSD D1: BEST Level to BUY/HOLD 150% gains(SL/TP)(UPDATED)
IMPORTANT NOTE: speculative setup. do your own
due dill. use STOP LOSS. don't overleverage.

πŸ”Έ Summary and potential trade setup
::: XLMUSD 1day/candle chart review
::: sequence of higher lows - BULLISH
::: chart looks good /strong
::: price contained within bullish channel
::: speculative bullish setup in progress
::: updated/revised outlook
::: correction MODE now for 4-6 weeks
::: focus on buying low later after correction
::: BULLS seek to BUY/HOLD exit +150%
::: 150% gains BUY/HOLD setup
::: best reload BULLS: 40-50 cents
::: BULLS will get a cycle low near 40c in June
::: and BUY/HOLD after correction
::: BULLS get ready to BUY near 40-50c
::: TP bulls is +150% gains later
::: exit near point D +150% gains
::: expecting re-test of heavy resistance
::: details: see chart
::: FINAL TP is +150% gains
::: recommended strategy: BUY/HOLD after correction
::: recommended strategy: BUY LOW 40 /50cents
::: TP BULLS +150% gains
::: bull run not over yet
::: good luck traders!
::: BUY IT and get paid. period.
πŸ”Έ Supply/Demand Zones
::: N/A
::: N/A
πŸ”Έ Other noteworthy technicals/fundies
::: TD9 /Combo update: N/A
::: Sentiment mid-term: BULLS
::: Sentiment short-term: BEARS/CORRECTION MODE

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