On 1 hour and 15 minute time frames, I would be looking for minimum of 1:2 RR setups. Both noted examples on EURUSD chart of 1 hour charts you both: 1) Setup at end of Tokyo session (use last 1 hour red candle open) for entry into buy trade of next candle, using ATR x 1.5 for stops and targets, risk 18 pips vs 36 pip reward setup. 2) Setup at end of Tokyo session (use last 1 hour red candle open) for entry into buy trade of next candle, using ATR x 1.5 for stops and targets, risk 12 pips vs 24 pip reward setup. These trades are either scalp and/or day trades, using both BB indicator and ATR indicator for timing purposes and stops and targets. If price is above BB 20 ema (yellow line), then look for buying trades and if price action is below BB 20 ema (yellow line), then look for selling trades. NOTE: From Chart set up of both trades: Please find a position size and risk calculator: Your account size, 2% risk- using noted stop losses and targets-
How much profit did you make? What is your trading lot size? How much USD money is one pip move worth? Do this on all trades you do for risk management. PRACTICE on Sell trade noted on right side of chart, using 10 ATR, find stop loss, targets, RR setup, trading lot size, 2% of your account, etc…



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