The answer to the above question is "no, I can't." The market is simply too herky-jerky and waiting out the bigger moves would require accepting a level of risk in the form of drawdowns served in percentages I can ill afford. However, I’m thinking perhaps I can still go for the “bigger wins” by taking maximum advantage of “pivot points” where the intra-day and/or day-to-day trends change direction. Looking at the market from that point of view, I see AUDJPY as having pivoted to the north on October 11th and 12th. It toyed with the idea of turning south yesterday, so the beginning of the current 24-hour market cycle would have been a perfect opportunity to go long when it again turned north. However, the structure is now such that I expect a pullback before it continues its northbound trajectory. AUDNZD pivoted north during the current round of trading sessions, and at 1.0959 has pulled back rather nicely. This is exactly what I was talking about, so I will be watching for the signal to go ahead and enter a long position that I will hopefully be able to remain in for a relatively healthy overall gain. AUDUSD is still bearish, but losing momentum. Nonetheless, if I were inclined to enter a short position, its current location at 0.7845 would be a justifiable level from which to do so. EURGBP pivoted to the north yesterday, and at 0.8928, looks inclined to continue heading in that direction. EURJPY pivoted to the north during the current round of trading sessions, but its current structure suggests to me that a significant pullback is in store. EURUSD pivoted to the north and should offer me another opportunity to see if I can pocket a bigger profit by getting in on the ground floor. GBPJPY also pivoted north, but in a major way that, once again, would seem too beg for a pullback. GBPUSD turned bearish on Monday. If it intends to continue heading south, 1.3199 might not be all that bad of a level from which to sell. USDCAD pivoted south at the beginning of the current round of trading sessions, but would have to pull back somewhat before I would feel comfortable joining in. USDCHF continues the trip north that it initiated on October 12th. It’s taking a short break, but at 0.9814, I’m keeping a watchful eye for any signs that it’s ready to get going again. USDJPY pivoted north on Monday, but made a big jump today, so I’m expecting it to pull back somewhat before it continues its bullish journey.