A crazy session with the NFP data, which is why we go half size ahead of that data. Ended up with three triggers, including one on that data that might not have filled. See GBPUSD below.
Here’s a look at the US Dollar Index intraday with our market directional lines:

As usual on the Sunday report, we will look at the action from Thursday night/Friday, then look at the daily charts of all the pairs with the Seeker and Comber separately for the week ahead, and then glance at the US Dollar Index. For the third weekend in a row, nothing to see in the daily charts for patterns or for Seeker/Comber signals.
GBPUSD:
The long triggered early at A, didn’t stop out, triggered again at B if you missed it, went over halfway to the first target but didn’t get there (note the 9 bar setup) and then stopped on the economic data spike. The short triggered at C on the data (still half size, and frankly, if you are awake, you should cancel ahead of data), but hit first target if you got a fill. Lowered stop in the morning and stopped over the entry at E. Then, with the data behind, back to full size and triggered long at F, hit first target at G, and stopped out at the same level as G on the way back down to close the week:

A crazy session with the NFP data, which is why we go half size ahead of that data. Ended up with three triggers, including one on that data that might not have filled. See GBPUSD below.
Here’s a look at the US Dollar Index intraday with our market directional lines:

As usual on the Sunday report, we will look at the action from Thursday night/Friday, then look at the daily charts of all the pairs with the Seeker and Comber separately for the week ahead, and then glance at the US Dollar Index. For the third weekend in a row, nothing to see in the daily charts for patterns or for Seeker/Comber signals.
GBPUSD:
The long triggered early at A, didn’t stop out, triggered again at B if you missed it, went over halfway to the first target but didn’t get there (note the 9 bar setup) and then stopped on the economic data spike. The short triggered at C on the data (still half size, and frankly, if you are awake, you should cancel ahead of data), but hit first target if you got a fill. Lowered stop in the morning and stopped over the entry at E. Then, with the data behind, back to full size and triggered long at F, hit first target at G, and stopped out at the same level as G on the way back down to close the week:

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