We could be looking at a retest of the trend-line on this pair, but I do believe it has the potential to fall further to the 1.24000 area. Especially after the drop the US Dollar took last week, it is due some buying control back which may push this pair down further.
GbpUsd - H4 - After fomc I saw dollar index creating new demand which I anticipated to be retested next week. I see all major currencies creating new supply zones for us to sell from. This pair is also trading below a weekly resistance and for next week I see a good pending sell setup to sell this pair down to 1.28 and possibly down to 1.25 in the coming weeks.
Just like my previous analysis post, another pair stuck ranging inside a 100 pip box. The Pound took a huge fall the last few months and its now having a bit of a breather before deciding it's direction. I will be waiting... on the sidelines... AGAIN. Patience!
What a trade this would have been. Simple setup, set a buy limit above trend line at a respectable level. If it breaks to the upside then your in, if it doesn't then your order will not be activated and you can continue to be patient. Upside move to 1.40500 possible?
Could we see this pair pulling back down to a monthly support / physiological level of 1.3600? Maybe the Pounds post Brexit highs are now running out of steam after this huge push, however with everything going on in the US with Trumps recent decisions could the Pound push higher to the 1.4000 region. Lets see where we open this evening as the daily chart shows a...
Looking at the level GBPUSD is currently at and with the daily time frame showing a tight closure on Friday bang on the trend line, we could see this pair begin to fall next week. Tuesday is a very busy day for the Pound with CPI due for release, let's see if it respects the trend or not.
GBUSD has entered perfectly into a zone I believe to be crucial in whether the bears will take over from here, as you can see from past turning points this area has shown a strong demand from the sellers. Interesting to see where this heads.
RSI and Stochastic also showing a nice respective move of the trendline, so I think it could head in either direction....
Keeping it simple here with a key area marked, fib and trendline .
Uncertainty and recent events in the US could leave to the dollar weakening more over the coming days / weeks. With the fib drawn we could potentially be in for a bounce from the 61.8 level and looking at the 4hr chart this level matches us with some previous support that we are consolidating...
Short term resistance levels for GBPUSD are now at 1.3005- as the chart shows we have tested this level twice and bounced off each time, I think this is a good entry point, with a first target of 1.3050 (Support)- Then worth moving stops to this level to target 1.31. Will be looking to act if resistance level of 1.3005 is tested again.
here you can see the hourly chart of GBPUSD: i'm in here because of my higher timeframe analysis that allows me to highlight a structure area (yellow box) from the daily timeframe. When price touches such zones it usually reacts, giving us an edge to exploit the market. In this case you can see price has formed a double top followed by a break of...
today i want to share with you an harmonic pattern formation that i think may be interesting in the next days.
On the GBPUSD we are consolidating and ususally when this market condition occurs there are a lot of patterns that appear on the charts.
Make sure your stop is below X, and targets could be set as i illustrated above, at the .382 and .618...
Follow the pre-Brexit into current price/action gives you a little bit more recovery, say 1.30, and then another 15c crash as we hit hard Brexit before March 2017. Just a fractal - the fundamentals have to happen as well!
This does NOT conflict with my short-term long post.
I don't usually trade Elliott Wave but this setup jumped off the chart and slapped me in the face while looking for reasons to go long GBPUSD.
15th August saw the beginning of the 1st wave with a double bottom at post-Brexit lows.
To kick off leg 2, on Thursday 1st Septmeber UK PMI Manufacturing came out at 53.3, above the projected 49 and far exceeding July's...
I trust you are all enjoying your weekend after an insane Jackson.
Apologies for not getting to post this sooner guys... Ahead of next weeks PMIs and NFP i'm adding looking to add shorts on cable, firstly, congratulations to the beach club who managed to catch the 1.32737 shorts with the spike - sterling bulls are in trouble if economy does...