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GBPJPY: Bullish, Set To Close In On The 150.00 Area
GBPJPY: The cross rallied strongly on Thursday opening the door for more price gain in the days ahead. On the downside, support comes in at the 149.00 level where a violation will aim at the 148.50 level. A break below here will target the 148.00 level followed by the 147.50 level. Conversely, resistance is seen at the 149.50 level followed by the 150.00 level. A cut through that level will set the stage for a move further higher towards the 150.50 level. Further out, resistance resides at the 151.50 level. Its daily RSI is pointing higher suggesting further upside pressure. All in all, GBPJPY faces further upside pressure.
The Eu destructiion project is underway.
And here in the UK, the remainers continue to demand a second referendum... which they wont get.
What could be nicer than watching the traitors getting the opposite of what they want?
And their best argument is that we were too dumb to know what we were voting for.
An insult from the people who believe 2+2=5
Advice for beginners
omg First "invest" trade a little with real money and see whats your results are, then learn, learn and learn what trading methods are appropriate to you, then when you know what you need to work on then start paper trading / structured practice sessions
... and btw, you're likely better off never seeking 'confidence'. Most traders do not need to "establish your confidence". ie For most traders, confidence leads to mistakes in risk. Generally speaking, any 'confidence' applied before having traded for ~ 5 years is wasted and costly...
If you do need 'confidence' and don't have any , then use what courage you have ...