GBP/USD Upside Risk Increases
Chart Prepared by Jamie Saettele, CMT using Marketscope 2.0
FOREXAnalysis: No change: “The GBPUSD reversed from just below the 61.8% retracement of the 2009 range (1.3500-1.7042). “The idea that price is bottoming for a move back to 1.5320-1.5400 is on track.” Near term, weakness from 1.5221 has taken the form of a wedge (ending diagonal possible) with a slight throwover (quick drop below the wedge support and reversal). Reversals from wedges are often quick and the target is the origin of the pattern (in this case 1.5221).”
FOREX Trading Strategy: I wrote yesterday that “this kind of tape (drop on news…into a big level…and reversal) is bullish but a rally above Monday’s high is needed in order to improve the chances that the long side works out.” Price has exceeded Monday’s high. I’m bullish above the low.
LEVELS: 1.4770 1.4830 1.4892 1.4981 1.5047 1.5131
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