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I have subscribed for eurusd day trade. How do i trade, when to enter or exit please

asked by ashok s. on 7/10/15

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Hi all & many thanks for the questions and answer... sorry it has taken me so long to add my own! I have listened to our subscribers & have now added specific entry, stop loss and target prices in my reports. I also do still provide clear support & resistance levels with 'buy on a break above' & 'sell on a break below' instructions followed by targets for the expected move.

I think these are about as clear as possible with multiple trade ideas with targets to execute throughout the day at multiple entry points. My aim is to provide all the necessary instructions to cover all potential movements as well as my idea of expected direction.

Please let me know if you have any suggestions to improve further. Thank you!

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Hi Ashok,

While Jason's response is what will be more meaningful, as a longer term subscriber to his reports, I can provide some insight into your question although I do not currently trade FX-pairs. Jason does not specifically provide intra-day entry-exit signals. He provides potential entry and exit levels based on various support-resistance levels. His reports, I've found are more accurate and informative than most others that I've tried and believe me I've seen a lot of them. You want to trade to the levels he provides and use those as your entry and exit parameters! Hope this helps! Cheers - Murali

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Hi Ashok

I use Jason's FX Reports to trade, I have found Jason's levels (as Murali says based on Support and Resistance and Trendlines) to be very accurate. I can only tell you how I trade, and you should find the best way to plug Jason's levels into your trading that suits you, but I would suggest using these levels to advance your opinion of the market. So make your decisions on direction/sentiment and what you think it may do, then use the signals to give you specific entry and exit points to help you become more consistent, and keep banking those winners. Hope this helps and Happy Trading

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