Daily Forex Challenge: Make 10 pips on a Secured Trade
So let's get into it right away. Situation where you need to make at least ten tips. Okay, so let's do that.
And I will probably I'm just going to shed light. And so right here could be one and be one as you're looking at the five minute chart. And so I don't know.
All right. I need to zoom out so I can see. However, I don't ever get in. I don't ever get in when that's going. I just wait for a little bit of a pull back here. But just get in. Right. All right. So ride the way for at least ten pips.
So the the the rules are riding the wave are this just to kind of reset the rules or this one, you know, zero take profits to you never get in you don't chase the market. So we're not chasing the market. And when you do get in, your exit point is when the next when the when the when you see a reversal the reversal confirmation. So what a reversal of confirmation looks like is if this bar closes higher than the previous bar, that tells you that you need to get out.
Right. Also, if you think it's like honestly, riding the wave would have happened once it crossed over here, but it didn't. It tricked you because it bounced up right here. And if you were in, you probably should have got out, you know, or if you held on to it and dropped back down.
But that's a this is like a this is like where it just pokes its head up and pretends to get out. So if it pops up any higher, so if it pops up any higher but sells to cross. If it pops up any higher but sells the cross, you can still build in and stack on this. All right.
So when is news happening? There's no news. There's home sales at nine in 15 minutes and 15 minutes. It's not red. Right. But it's it made.
Give us a ride the way of situation. Right. So here you're looking at a bottom of support. So this is what you look for when you're looking for a ride. The way when it comes down and it test this and you can see it came down test it right here.
Test right here, test. You know, right there. Started right here. It built up.
And then there's the third test. So that's probably something else that we could do is look for high probability trades, set up some backtesting. That might be something else that we can do as a as a challenge. Okay. So because it crossed right here, I'm going to change. I'm just going to get out of these guys right here and look to get into some buyers.
The reason being is because it could be over. That situation could be over where it is, touch the support and now it's going to come up. So in order for it to have a turn up, it's got to cross that right. And I'm not looking to it's a probably it's going to reduce my position size because somebody hit that button just don't like trading but it's right near is action point and excuse me. All right if it breaks down it could run again and we'll see.
So first test. Second test, if it sells good. So this is what I'm looking for on it.
Yeah. Here we go. Now we're in to ride the wave situation on the brake. If this candle body holds, if it was saying, if it broke above this this point right here, that's probably going up. All right, so I got my ten now. Hey, did you do it with a tech and, you know, take profits? It's running at ten.
Awesome. So challenge accepted challenge past. All right, now do it with your eyes closed. I did it with a hedge.
So also the the also the the ride the wave is not over yet. So you get out just at ten. You still didn't execute ride the way, right? I mean, if it doesn't give you ten, that's fine. But here's what I do on it. Ride the wave situation where it's a major break and it's coming back.
You could get out here, but I definitely excuse me. I definitely get out when the body crosses 50% of that first candle. Right. If it holds, the body holds, most likely you're going to get 100% retracement.
So on the first pop, on the first pop of that that candle, if it goes below 50%, I will usually get out on a body close because it could get a you will get 100% retracement. And sometimes it even goes back the other way. So true ride the wave situations when you get it settled at 50 and it gets continuation here and then it just continues to go. I don't know if it will at this point in time, only because it's it's has it has dropped quite a bit already. Right.
And so you could be at the end of like it could be over oversold. Right. So I wouldn't this is what gets you on Fridays because personally, if this was normal, I'm just like I'm not trusting price action a whole lot on Fridays so normal normally I'd probably be buying this for a turn because I feel like the market is oversold and it's probably going to bounce. But I'd look over here on the five minute and see where the next possible bounce point and it's right. Got you do have a bounce point break here right here and right here. So that wants to continue to run down and I'd measure it how far is that that does want to run down.
It's another six pips. So here now that it's not crossed 50% it's not made another high, it's not made another high, meaning this candle. So the rule for the ride, the wave still is in play or holding on to any trades that we have and tell it crosses or closes above this point with it with a body and I in it and it needs to be like close up here. Like if it just barely closes like a little tiny bit higher. I don't usually take it, but doesn't usually do that. But sometimes it's hard when it just closes like right here.
So I usually look for like a good confirmation on a close higher. Right. Would you hold true news? Uh, depends on how heavy of a position I have.
So if I'm worried about nerves, then I would do this and I'd come down and I say, if it crosses this with the body 50%, then I could put like a stop loss right here. So news does come in and shoot that way. I'm. I've secured my trades, right. And so that's probably the smarter play is just kind of measure this and say that's a three pips stop loss. So if you bring this down to three now, it's not three anymore. It's wait for that to come down from there and put that on.
It's like a lot of trade. So that's what I would do. But if it's one trade, you could have just done it manually and now it's a secured tray in case news comes in, pops up and decides to go the other way, which I kind of feel like it will, only because generally, again, not a big news event, but if it was a big news event, the market tries to go try to push it down.
The news will try to correct it a little bit or push it in a direction. Then when news comes over, I don't think of this as any. This news doesn't have any influence. It's not a big news event is probably could be just a nothing. You know if if it was if it comes in as expected, it's probably not going to move the needle much.
But if it comes in not as expected, it could move. But other than nonfarm Fridays are usually quiet with news events. But the last couple of Fridays we've had this kind of stuff which has been very difficult to trade in because I want to buy like I want to put buys on because we're in an overextended market. But I'm not because I don't trust the market. And so I have trust issues right now.
So we have some trust issues. I don't trade just trading light is is how I that's how to navigate that. Yeah. So you yeah, I just view Friday's as a completely different beast and once you start recognizing, oh, it's Friday trading, it kind of ignores like right here you look at this, it should have stopped right there on an actual point right here, or at least pause now blew past it. Right.
Here's another action point here that blew past it. And so you're trying to look at this this trend right here. Here's another action point, right? It came up and it stalled, but it didn't create a body.
It just kind of the next candle blew past it. Right. And then back again, these these action points are getting ignored. And so these action points are getting ignored. Then it's difficult to say, well, the market should do this or should do that. Right. And so in doing that, really, the only true strategy is the ride the wave strategy in the market that you don't trust. And it's just getting on the right side of that and getting out it and getting out of that if it once it turns and so that you can kind of trust that you got this trend, wouldn't even call it a channel because it's not giving you enough on the up.
It's just not giving you enough. Maybe right there. Maybe right there. But it doesn't give you enough on the up to make any money. Right? So in order for this to break and start moving up, it does have to cross this area right here.
And if it fails to do so, I would still continue to sell. So on the pop up, I'd sell right there again, just trading super, super light and taking profits. So the game here is normally when you're wobbling, let's say if you normally trade at a .10 and you get on to a four and you go for, let's say 3 to 4 pips of take profit, well, now we're just trading at a .05, but we might be going
for 8 to 10 pips of profit because we're we're kind of letting it ride. So that's the way that I would trade markets like this and this is what you typically get on Fridays or we have been like these huge runs of 30 to 40 margin markets is the way I trade summer to a lot of days or like that in the summertime. So one thing that I do as well as I do look for it. I so I used to talk about this a lot.
It's a ballet technique. It's not about this a lot in the summertime because it definitely saved your butt because in the summertime as well as Fridays where you would look for this to bounce. And so you would tend to buy here off of this bounce because that's what the market's been doing. You know, if you look based at your previous market, down, up, down, up, down, up, down, up. Well, at some point, you know, it's going to break out of this range and you don't want to be on the wrong side of that break. So that's what this is is is the break or an outside range, right.
So with a belay trade, it's the same as riding the wave. The rules are exactly the same as riding the wave. However, the belay trade is. If you're buying here because you think it's buying, I will also put a stack of sells on in case it does break. As soon as it breaks.
I would get out of all of my buys and I would have this as a safety layer. So the reason why I call it a belay trade is because in rock climbing you always have somebody at the bottom of the cliff holding a rope in case you slip and fall. They stop your descent really quick by pulling on that rope and it stops and that person is called a belay. And so that's why I call belay technique, because it's there in case it breaks through the bottom, it protects you and you get a lot of that on this type of market. You also get a lot of that in the summertime. And so back when we get into the summertime, I'll probably be talking about that more often because you just never know when the bottom's going to fall off or when it just shoots to the top where you think it's a bounce point.
But oh no, it's a marching market, right? And so that protects you against a higher margin market that you get in the summertime or like we're in right now. I would call this definitely a marching market where if you bought here, you're not getting out of your buys. So it's just really difficult to get out of a buy if you played with normal price action and bought here. Hopefully that makes sense. Yeah. So the trend is your friend. Until it betrays you, you don't ever tell the trend secrets dare trend.
I used to love you. You could do that for sure. You could ask. Could you put a the belay layer below the support using limit orders? You could. But what I found sometimes is that you'll get the peekaboo down and then it'll come back. Right? I don't want to get into those orders of the worst possible point.
So where I try to put belay orders on is a pop up before so it comes down, you get that first test. So after the first test and it pops up, even a candle or whatever, I like to put my cell layer here. The reason being is because it's a lot easier to fix here than say it does pop down, get you in and then goes back the other way.
This is hard to fix. So you're closing out for a bigger loss, right? And so that's why I don't do that. But you definitely can. And it might be a good idea. Just depends on how far your your your layer stack is. So great question, though, and a great, great, great comment. So if it breaks here, could be into another ride the way of situation just looking at, you know, the pattern of the market and goes up a little bit goes up a little bit and and the market is claiming this is as look, we we price cycled up now we've got to go back down and I don't know you didn't really say because the trend is a narcissist friend only cares about itself.
Yes everybody has one. And if you don't, then you're that friend. All right, let's see here. Here's our ride. See? Getting that question about the ride.
Yeah. When when do you if you do, when do you add to that ride? The wave and pullbacks is a great question. So let's do that. Let's maybe make that a challenge. Look at that to challenge nine leading economic indicators down point eight versus down point for estimate. Okay. So
the that's probably this is probably in the news right there came down and now it's trying to come back up. So if it crosses this, that's what I was just going to say. Like if you wanted to build into this position, the safest thing to do is to get a secured layer on you see how it crossed the 50% and that was probably the news.
Like she just said, the estimate was off a little bit and so it came down, but now it's correcting itself. So, you know, and home sales are better than expected civilian at the end of our we're down just under 1% point one. So you see that is really kind of a nothing burger. It's not going to change the trajectory of this trend or anything like that. But let's do that.
That's a good challenge, though, that p that says when do you add to a ride the wave situation? So I don't see it just yet, but we could get back into once this market decides to turn and go higher, we could be in to another or ride the wave situation. I would look for that as right here. Right. But it also start building in if it crosses that, if it sells to cross this and body come in and trades lower, I might jump back into some cells for another test of that low.
So let's draw out when to do that. Okay. So on a ride, the way of let's say a market comes down here and this is where you get in on a pop up, you get in and you're starting to ride this wave, right? And then the candles come down, pops up, makes a little bit of a consolidation here and then continues to go down. Well, I would secure my first layer stack right here.
So I would put my stop losses right here for any trades that you have on right here. And then the next little bit of a green candle, I would get back in with another layer stack here on it, particularly if it sells. So if it fails to go 50% or gives me that body close on a reversal signal. So if I get a reversal confirmation, I'm not doing it.
Or if it goes past 50% of this candle, I'm not doing it. But I'm looking for something like let's say something like this candle right here where it pops down and get this green little pop up on the wick. So you got to be quick. I would build into another layer right here pretty quick.
And if I and then secure this layer, if I was in to some trades here or even here and I'm riding the wave or right here probably would be the better place I would come down and I would secure this with my stop loss, probably right on top of this, somewhere close to here. So this is where my stop loss would be. This is where I had built into another layer and I could write all that down and I'd probably get out of everything here, right there or in right here when the body crosses over. Or you could see probably continue to hold this.
Here's the other thing. Normal, normal ride the wave situation calls for as soon as this crosses and gives you a confirmation of a higher, you get out. However, you can also clearly see. So this could be the only exception to that rule.
You can clearly see that it's struggling to make a higher high. And so you could say, I'm going to ride this until we get a higher high. Right. So you could say that the channel is kind of like your support as this is your support and your resistance right here. And so if it fails to cross this line, you could still hold in to ride the wave situation.
And that's the only exception that I would say to getting a reversal signal is a lot of times in a marching market, but you're in right now, it tends to not reverse that way until it breaks this this support line. So you can use this as your support line. Right.
But more often than not, when you're in a ride, the wave situation, it's not going this way or it's not going like this. It's usually going down pretty quick. And so it if it goes down pretty quick, it tends to go back up just this quick or and so that's why normal normal rules dictate that you get out when you see that first confirmation because it's the trajectory or how fast it's moving in one direction in a marching market, the rules are a little bit different, right? So the rules are slightly different in a marching market. And so just identifying that like there's not just one, one wave that's out there.
Right. And so I would say I would say if if it just shoots down, straight down, that's like you're surfing here, right? If it's doing this, you're surfing you're surfing the web right here. If it's doing this where it's just marching right here, this is kind of like, you know, you're playing in the wave pool, right? With your floaty. So you're just you're riding the wave, but it's like instead of like, you catch that curl and then come back, right? I don't know, surfing terminology. I live in Utah.
Maybe ride the wave isn't so. Yeah, ride the slope. There you go and call it right. Let's let's surf the snow.
All right. So the challenge now has changed. If you've completed that first challenge, which you should have that first challenge of make ten pips on air ride the way of the challenge change because the structure of the wave has changed. So look for opportunities to build in to a later stack. Right. And so we'll see how far this goes at any point. Like I know that if Shawn was trading this, I know for a fact he would be counter trend at trading.
He hates the trend. He he thinks that the trend is, is bully, not a friend. He always fights against it, but he's not trading today because it's a Friday. Right. And so it's hard to. But if this is a normal day, I'm buying like like this what you should be doing. But you need to understand what makes Fridays different than any other day.
Anybody have anybody have any thought to that? Why is Friday? Why do you hear a lot of people say, well, I don't trade Fridays less people trade one session did. So what was that I heard Cliff but what was that? I said piece or he said volume. So the reason why you don't trade Fridays is because you hear a lot of people say, I don't trade Fridays. And so there is there is. Exactly.
So there's not a lot of stability in the market. You tend to only get retail traders, you don't get a lot of other big institution money coming in which stabilizes the market. And so you could get a hedge fund that comes in and says, I want it down and like a ton of money could drive the market. And I'm not saying that that's what's happening, but on Fridays, if they're going to do it, that's the day they're going to do it.
Because there's not a lot of traders like your volume is is down right. And so that helps to ignore price structure when you don't have opposing forces know fighting back and forth, you don't have a lot. So if you have more bulls on one side or you have more bears on one side that can drive the market. All right. So if you can if you wanted to continue to ride the wave, the structure right this second, it looks like this.
It if it's breaking out and holds above that, that's when you should get out of all your trades, because we could be looking for a another another ride higher. So now if we want to get into a ride the way situation where we're going to go higher, it has to close above this. I look for it to close above this. But more double confirmation would be closing above that. Right. But if it closes above this, comes up to here, pulls back, fails to break this area.
This is a good entry point, really good entry point for some buyers. Well, so this is what I would be looking for for buyers, right. Is, is a at any point. Right.
So if this sells right here, what's going to happen? What's most likely to happen at this point? At the bottom, yeah, it's going to go up and continue and at least test here. However, it spelled to cross but it also failed to go down so this so basically what it said here is like I'm not going to do it. I'm going to let you candle this next candle decide. And so that test is not done yet. Does that make sense? This candle decided that it was going to wimp out and say, No, I'm not going to make the decision, I'll let you make the decision. And so now all the information for what the direction is, are we stopping this this market right now? Are we stopping this marching market? This all rests upon what this little candle wants to do, right? If it wants to be a brave little candle and go out on its own, go into the forest all by itself, and it doesn't have enough courage to continue to break this area.
And I'd say this is a good, solid confirmation. So I would bet I would look for it to kind of pull back a little bit with and even even even on this candle. So in the next 44 seconds, I would look for a little bit of a pullback if that candle goes blue and start building into a layer, particularly if if you have at least two or three pips away from the top because it's like, okay, it could be that could be an action point, but still it's still on your mind.
You know what? It's still here. So it really does have to break this in order for it to get into it, ride the wave. So any trades that I'm doing right now, I like the fact that a broke here but I'm getting it still would be early because it could say we made it and we're going to go back down. Right. And so I'd be getting into a layer, but not like a double layer of a huge confirmation that we're going the other way.
Oh, so you could see, for instance, w I should read a children's book, The Brave Little Candle. I think I can. I think I can one day.
Not a little witch woke up and said, I want to be a candle. I say, if my dad still here, he used to he used to call me, oh, man, what was it going? Slaughter I used to say it was like, Please help me, Dad, if you're still here, you think you're a candle, but you're only half bright or something like that. I don't know. Maybe you guys have heard.
It's an old saying he's not here. He know exactly what it was. He's basically calling me, like, a half a wick or something. I don't know.
No, the stories he could tell you, but he's is. He's sworn to silence. But then we all do some dumb stuff in our youth, that's for sure.
And then. And we were if you're over the age of probably 40, you probably spent most of your childhood outside, right where. Yes. And so and so you only had you only had a you only had stupid stuff to deal with which we weren't we were glued to our keyboards where your parents knew exactly where you were. 24 seven right.
Unsupervised? Exactly. My TV, the only rule that my parents had is when the street light was on, you were all right, because that's it. They didn't have bones. They couldn't call you. They had no idea where you were. They're like, that was the rule.
If the street light is on, you better be home, right? Came home for baloney sandwiches and Kool-Aid. That's right. But they had no idea where you were. You know, they had no idea where you were now. And I know it's a lot of pressure.
So we. Yes. Yeah. And you had to get up to change the channel. How about how archaic is that? Yeah, that's it.
Or if you had one of those TVs on Saturday morning cartoons, we'd always take turns. And somehow my little sister always had more turns than everybody else to to to get up and hold the antenna. You guys remember that? Oh, perfect. Hold it right there.
Yeah, you only got two channels, but only one of them could come in at, like. Oh, I'm sorry, sister. I'm sorry, but my little pony is not coming in. But, you know, we get a good He-Man.
All right, so here we go. We got a little bit of a confirmation here. So now if it does turn into a ride the wave situation, the challenge will be to secure this layer stack, get into another layer and stack on it. Right. So again, just like at this just like this marching market on, it could turn into another marching market back the other way. But I'm still looking at kind of this action point here.
If it's going to do that, you'll start to see like a little bit of a channel is going like that. It is going to if it's going to keep the same kind of formation as the other one, or it could just decide, you know, what, you've you've gone down as far as you're going to go. We're going to smack you back up. And it could truly turn into an aggressive move higher.
So those two different scenarios, you trade those two different ways. So just like I was talking about here, you clearly have an established a visible support or resistance line here. You don't have that yet. And so you would still treat this as the moment that you get confirmation that it's going to go down.
You would still get out. Right. Because is the trajectory of this is is is in that direction. Right. So at least that's the way I would I would do it.
Okay. So now as those fire department hoses hurt and when they hit you in the now, was that you and your friends or is that punishment from your pops? Because there's a difference. There's a difference from a friend saying, hey, tell me if this hurts to tell your dad being a firefighter.
You never going to that again, are you, boy, I wish my dad was there. The one. Oh, that you were eight years old. So it was a punishment, not a thing, right? Oh, man. You know, just like I as guys growing up, the common thing was friends was telling me, if this hurts, right? It's almost like one of those dumb things that you still get today.
Like when people say, Oh, that really smells bad, smell it like, and then you do. Why do you do that? Why do we do that? This the worst thing I've ever smelled in my life. Smell it. Okay? As people. I don't know why we do it, but we do. Okay, I'll smell it. They spray 150 feet.
That's crazy. That's crazy. Well, I'm going to tell a story since my dad's not here to protect himself. So as kids, you know, we kind of grew up in the child abuse stage. Stage? I don't know if you guys grew up in that, you know, I'm sure you did now where it was okay to smack kids around and almost saying my dad, oh, look, he's here now. My saying he did that on you know, obviously that was like the way you raised kids back then.
So what you did as a fear factor was he named his belt car when Jungle Book came out. So if he guys remember what Jungle Book was, call was the snake. And so we were always afraid of the snake. And Ty's like, Do you want me to go get car lessons? How is the name of his belt? And that was his is intimidation for us to knock it off like he named his belt car. So I still can't watch Jungle Book.
Thanks, Dad. I mean, all right, so now if it does cross this, I'm going to secure this layer again, just trading super light, because it's not about making money or becoming a profitable today. It's about kind of seeing what the market is doing and seeing if we can teach a principle today and get better at it. And so here, you know what? Let's see. We're at seven pips the table.
So I'll probably secure this, this, this trade. But again, I could see it bouncing here. So there's two ways to play it. But for the sake of this challenge that I want to do right here is we're going to hold on to these, see if it does, in fact, climb a little higher, because this is the place where I would stack another layer on. So I would secure these trades right below here.
So to do that in this, you can either use the magneto tool and Albu or you're going to need to come over here with Protege and we're going to say, okay, we're going to go three again. So you just got to measure where the current price is measured down, how far you want to go. So it's three pips and we'll set our longs and I'm like, okay, good thing I'm in the right. I think it was Meghan that had that question on a buy high and sell low on. I make sure that I am actually in buys and not sells my game.
If I'm profitable then that's good. I'm just going to drag these down a little bit because this is really an action point right here and I want to make sure that it crosses with the body before it does. Okay. So now I got this layer on three trades and just because I'm light, I'm 0.05.
And I'm going to say that for the purpose of this exercise, a layer is three trades. Okay? So if it crosses here with the body, you do have this kind of action point right here. So I would imagine that we get that body cross. If it bumps up to this comes back down, you get 20 seconds.
This is where I kind of build into another one. Now, I'm not going to fade that candle even though I wanted to, but I'm going to wait for that candle to come back, build another layer on. And I just basically didn't want to put it there. I was clicking it down here, but the candle shot up and put me there. So if it does that, you could pull that off, especially if you just this not a good place. This is not a good place for this.
It's not a bad place. But better placement would have been below this or at 50%. So again, is that candle going to go down below 50%? If not, there's a good chance that it could break higher.
But I could pull this this trade off if it comes up and stalls. And then as it comes back down, I could put it right back on just for a placement. So just kind of replacing the trade, right? So when I look for want another opportunity to buy end of that, why not use that then I want to put those. I wanted to stay alight so I probably will just pull those off this because the theme today is not to the trade and to trade light. So if it pokes its head down here early in the candle, I'm still not treating that as a reversal and still buying off of that there, especially if it pops down. I'm buying into that.
And the key is, again, staying light because of these types of moves. Got me out of that layer. Got me a layer stack, but I'm still now. Now you have to wonder if it's going to do well over here, which is create a channel right? So if it crosses this, then this run up is done and you need to get out of your buys for a possible test and a run lower. But if it fails to cross this area, it could do the channel thing where it's gone up and now it's going to continue to go up that way. So again, this goes back to plan A and plan B.
So Plan A, I'm obviously set up for a channel run a plan B is it crosses this right here. Just get out of these trades and start working into some cells for a test down right. Oh, I love your comments. She dashes. I had a I had a cow fenced hard wired to the to 20 and every time the water ran across it they got a cow fence.
Okay, I read that wrong. You had a cow, then you fenced it and you hardwired the cow. You had a cow fence totally different. Like, what are you doing? Hey, pure water.
Steer. Pure water next as is is hoping for a channel so neck I think that you're trading this in a live account or just curious that gives us a okay so do you need help you want to look over your screen see that we can do and like 30 minutes. Do you want to show your trades or. No? All right, let's do that. Let's jump in there. So for this, just because like like I said, I'm not really trading this.
I'm going to just if I'm out of here. So this is what I would do if I had to walk away. Let's see you after I walk away. You got. I just got a phone call. Yeah. I take it you can't watch your trades anymore.
You're in a situation where you need to walk away. This is what I would do. I would probably set my stop losses right under here, so I probably put them like eight pips away, which is why I love Magneto, because you can be precise on here. You have to do Solid Pips. I can't do like 7.2 or whatever.
And then I probably set my top take profits to the top of that. So I take profits right under it, probably nine and seven. So I'm going to set my profit at nine and my stop losses at eight and they're somewhere in there.
And that that's that's good. So that basically says that it does in fact, process is probably going to run down and I don't want to be on the wrong side of that for another 12 pips and it says that if it pops up, I can get out now. So you want to look to break even. You could also set it there to just depends on how heavy you are, but we'll see where that goes, how that goes. And then I'm going to stop sharing and hey, guys, what an awesome opportunity. We had to learn a technique that I call Ride the Wave.
It's one of my go to techniques in a market like this where it's just a marching market, slow moving channels just gradually going in one direction. You just stack on a few layers, secure those layers, and then ride the wave until it ends. Now we do have a unique opportunity to help Nick out one of our traders fix some of his trades. So if you'd like to see that video, we're going to go ahead and throw that up right here.
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