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Guest Commentary: "Modern" Corrective Structure in USD/CHF

Guest Commentary: "Modern" Corrective Structure in USD/CHF

Eric Morera, Technical Strategist

The current chart of USDCHF shows the pair reaching the area of equal legs at 0.8958. Now, contrary to traditional Elliott wave theory, we believe that the move off the 0.8698 low is a series of 3 waves and not an impulsive sequence.

Hence, after the completion, the pair should move in the direction of the prevailing trend, which is lower. As such, our view remains to sell the end of this rally in USDCHF, which can reach as high as 0.9019 (the 123.6% Fib extention) or 0.9032 (the C = A target).

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