Signal Updates for Feb. and March 2014

John Ursus

By: John Ursus

 

Here are the updates to trades we recommended in February 2014 as well as March 2014:

February 3rd – AUDCHF Signal

This trade was entered on February 3rd at 0.7900 and exited on April 6th at 0.8300 for a total profit of 400 pips as the stop loss order was triggered which protected profits.

AUDCHF Signal 41614

February 10th – EURCAD Signal

This trade was entered on February 10th at 1.5150 and exited on February 28th at 1.5350 for a total loss of 200 pips as the stop loss order was triggered.

EURCAD Signal 41614

February 17th – EURUSD Signal

This trade was entered on February 17th at 1.3750 and exited on March 13th at 1.3950 for a total loss of 200 pips as the stop loss order was triggered.

EURUSD Signal 41614

February 24th – EURCHF Signal

This trade was entered on February 24th at 1.2190 and exited on April 4th at 1.2240 for a total profit of 50 pips as the stop loss order was triggered which protected profits.

EURCHF Signal 41614

March 3rd – CADCHF Signal

This trade was entered on March 3rd at 0.7900 and closed on April 4th at 0.8100 for a total profit of 200 pips as the stop loss order was triggered which protected profits.

CADCHF Signal 41614

Trading Summary

Our total trading profits for February & January equal 250 pips as three trades were closed for a profit of 650 pips while two trades were closed for a loss of 400 pips. One trade, a short position in the GBPUSD, remains open from this period and will carry over into April. Our total net profits rose to 1,525 pips, still down 50 pips from the end of last year due to the 300 pips we lost in January.

John Ursus
Professional trader and technical analyst with over one decade of experience. John believes that being a successful trader means you have to be in the minority and defy what is popular. Trading is an art form and not science and there are more myths about trading than there are successful traders.

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