FX Reversals: GBPUSD Daily Range
- GBPUSD opens in a 49 pip range
- R3 resistance is found at 1.5582
- Bearish breakouts begin at 1.5508
GBPUSD 30Minute Chart
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The GBPUSD has opened today’s Forex trading session range bound, traversing in a 49 pip range. Currently this range has been defined by resistance found at the R3 Camarilla pivot at a price of 1.5582. Making up the bottom of the range is current price support at the S3 pivot at a price of 1.5533. So far price has tested both values of support and resistance once. As long as price remains between these points, Forex traders can continue to look for opportunities to trade reversals between these values
In the event that prices breakout beyond today’s range, traders can begin looking for a continuation of the current daily downtrend below the S4 pivot at a price of 1.5508. This would signal a new lower low, in the direction of the pairs prevailing daily trend. In a breakout based scenario, day traders can look to conclude any range based positions and adjust to the markets current directional bias.
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