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Descending Triangle Pattern on EURPLN

Descending Triangle Pattern on EURPLN

Descending Triangle Pattern on EURPLN is a classical chart pattern which is located at the end of a thrust. Therefore, is has bearish implications.

The premise

This is one of the patterns mentioned in the Current Positions section from Weekly Market Update May 24 PDF file. Therefore, let’s take a look at the daily chart of the EURPLN currency pair included in the PDF file. You’ll see that I labeled this pattern as an inverted cup and handle. But, it can be also labeled as a descending triangle or even a symmetrical triangle. From my point of view, it doesn’t really matter how you call it, as long as the implications are similar. I chose to label it a descending triangle though, because it is a descending triangle, considering the length of the pattern. And also the height of the second swing.

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Descending triangle pattern on EURPLN daily chart detail

How did I trade the descending triangle pattern on EURPLN?

As you can also see in the previous chart, I simply placed my sell stop order slightly below the support of the pattern. And I considered support, the April 27th, 2020 daily candle low. Consequently, my order is open on May 22nd, 2020.

The outcome

Let’s take a look now at the outcome of this trade. So, in the next chart you’ll see a clear example of the “perfect trade” from my point of view. Therefore, this is the trade that I’m looking for, whenever I place an order. And this is also why I’m not that patient with those trades which go against me and I chose to cut them after two or three days of challenging my entry point. Or even my stop loss.

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The outcome of the descending triangle pattern on EURPLN daily chart

The conclusion of the descending triangle pattern on EURPLN

The most important thing from this trade is that I wanted to show you that you don’t have to “marry” with a trade. And you can also choose to cut your trade if the breakout that you’re looking for is not happening. And that’s because you’ll always get this type of outcome from a different trade from a different market. So, there’s no reason to stick with a losing trade.

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