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Live: A Trade From Start to Finish

by eiga

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We set up a screen recorded, we waited for the next XABCD pattern. Watch it come in live as Fibonacci price and Fibonacci Time ratios get drawn in the second it becomes valid. Then we place some orders and wait.

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