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3 thoughts on “AUD/JPY: Volume Profile & VWAP Analysis”
I am little bit confused, are those swing trades or intraday trades?
Do you trade these levels with limit order or with market order with confirmation from orderflow? If it is intraday then u use 12 pips sl a 10 pips pt?
On top it says 30 min., so definitely intraday.
I think he said somewhere that the number of pips depends on the instrument, the volume, the swing levels. It is not all in his book, so it can be hard to grasp it all. I’m still learning.
Isnt 12 pips SL with limit order too small?