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Market View | Friday, February 10, 2017 4:46 AM GMT

Due to popular request, this article is taking a step back to review yesterday’s intraday zones, and see how they played out. So here are the intraday zones and few tips on how you can read them. You could use them as an extra tool with your own trading strategy. Traders look for the best confluence in order to increase their success ratio.

Let’s start!


The upper zone played really well as resistance. Then, the support zone turned to resistance. We had a price consolidation in the bottom side and then a bearish broke out happened.


Here, the zone has played as a solid resistance.



The price action follows the zones amazingly. The pair is still moving sideways. 



Here we have another case. The price broke out of the zone with force after a small consolidation below the zone.



This is a case where a resistance turns into a support after a bullish broke out. The price retested the zone and then we had new highs.

We need to remind you that the zones are not trading signals, nor a trading strategy. However, these zones can be very useful as support and resistance areas for intraday trading setups in relation your own strategies or systems.

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