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18 Oct, 10 tweets, 3 min read
#TradeSetups

For a while now I've been meaning to do a thread on one of my favorite setups

It occurs across all timeframes and is easy to spot

So enough said, lets have a look what I'm talking about

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So within the chart we see a clear uptrend on Ethereum, comprising Higher Lows and Higher Highs

At the beginning of September 2020 an impulsive sell off commences, which in turn violates the previous Lower High

This is referred to as a Market Structure Break

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Now the theory here is that, following a Market Structure Break, price usually returns o the area at which the break occurred

Our interest is in the last group of down candles which preceded the local high. Specifically, the range spanning from the open to the close

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Next we must draw our range using the Fibonacci tool to determine the Equilibrium (EQ), i.e. the halfway point

The data points we're using are the open and close of the same group of candles

Open = Range High
Close = Range Low
EQ = Dotted Line

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If our thesis is correct, we can expect price to return to our range before continuation down

The entry and exits can be determined by your own tolerance to risk, however, for this example we're looking to enter a short below the EQ, with our stop loss above the close

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As we can see, price rallies back into our range

Set your short order just below the EQ and your stop loss above the range high

The target for our trade is the previous low

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Something to watch out for with this trade

If we see price consolidate just below the EQ, it is usually a bad sign and will lead to the highs of the range being swept

Look to either reduce risk or exit your position if you see signs of this happening

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And boom, we see price head back towards the previous low

Now I recommend taking profits as the trade progresses so that you can manage your risk correctly, however, that's outside the scope of this thread

Trade completed!

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So in summary:

- Wait for a Market Structure Break to occur

- Draw out a range based on the cluster of down/up candles before the last high/low

- Wait for price to return to your range

- Enter your position utilizing the data points mentioned

- Target the old high/low

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I hope this thread was helpful to you

If there are any further questions, my DM's are open

Enjoy your Sunday people!

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