We last posted on the TRYJPY on April 4th when price had pulled back to and found resistance at a previous level. Since then, price has weakened further and is now back at the low of March.
This is classic price action movement in a trend. Price does not and will not ever move in a straight line. A trend is made of moves in a direction followed by a pull back to levels of before a move back in the direction of the main trend.
The TRYJPY has moved in the right direction according to our previous post but we still need to apply patience and wait for a break and close below the March support and ideally in the form of a . Flags, as trend traders, are our preferred chart pattern as they offer entry points, confirm a trend continuation and bring linearity to the trend structure.
This will then give us a strong confirmation of a a continuation of the bear trend and when we will look to enter compounds to the short trade we already have in play.
We are close to a setup but we will be standing aside and applying patience until price confirms the breakout.
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