There were a lot of gaps at the open this week, possibly in response to the trade war ceasefire between Xi and Trump, or statements by Putin on extending an OPEC agreement, or weekend Brexit headlines, or any combination of these factors. Whatever the reason, I’m going to use this as an opportunity to test another take on my trading system(s), which started off as a Multiple Simple Moving Average Envelope strategy (Ms. Mae), then morphed into my Numerical Price Prediction system, which spawned Dynamic Probability Trading as an offshoot, which has in turn led to the Triple Zone theory I am initially testing with this trade. Based on an enhanced evaluation/analysis of ideas underlying Dynamic Probability Trading, the set of hypotheses on which the Triple Zone theory is based judge CADJPY to currently be bearish from a longer-term perspective, and also to be unlikely to climb much higher than 86.10. A much more likely scenario, judging by the data, is that the rate will eventually (possibly within the next 48 hours) drop down to 85.25 and probably even lower. So I entered a short position based on these factors alone, before having received confirmation from the indicators assigned with this responsibility, and now wait to see how things unfold.