OANDA:USDJPY   U.S. Dollar / Japanese Yen
Trade Details: stop loos hit
- Symbol: USD/JPY
- Entry Price: 139.800
- Stop Loss: 139.560
- Target Price: 140.400

Rationale for Entering the Trade:
You have decided to enter this trade based on two factors: recent quick movements in the market and the price being slightly above a support zone.

1. Recent Quick Movements:
You have observed rapid movements in the USD/JPY market, which might indicate increased volatility and the potential for short-term trading opportunities. These quick movements could be driven by market news, economic releases, or shifts in investor sentiment. By entering the trade at this time, you hope to capitalize on the current volatility and benefit from potential price fluctuations.

2. Price Above Support Zone:
You have identified a support zone below the current price level. A support zone refers to a range of prices where buying pressure tends to emerge and potentially reverse the price direction. Although the price is currently above this support zone, you believe it is still in close proximity. This suggests that there may be a higher probability of a price bounce or a continuation of the upward movement.

Trade Parameters:
- Entry Price: You plan to enter the trade at 139.800, buying USD/JPY at this exchange rate.
- Stop Loss: To manage potential losses, you have set a stop loss order at 139.560. If the price reaches this level, your trade will be automatically closed, limiting your downside risk.
- Target Price: Your target price for this trade is set at 140.400. This represents the level at which you aim to sell USD/JPY and realize your desired profit.

Please note that trading involves risks, and this trade should be evaluated within the context of your own trading strategy, risk tolerance, and market conditions. It's important to conduct thorough analysis and consider other factors such as market trends, fundamental indicators, and overall market sentiment before making trading decisions.

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