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So, am I understanding you correctly – in your video, it looks best for a short trade, cause its broken the trendline short. So, we use the fib tool and target 50-61% retracement going short. If we want to enter this trade bullish, we wait for it to get to 50% retracement and enter long, with 61% fib as the StopLoss?