Daily Price Action
Shares

EURGBP: Staying Bearish Below 0.8920

Shares

Important: This site uses New York Close Forex Charts so that each 24-hour session starts and ends at 5 pm EST. These charts are essential for trading price action.

On August 19, I wrote about a potential top for EURGBP.

The pair had just carved a bearish engulfing pattern on the weekly time frame after 14 consecutive weeks of gains.

That’s an ideal combination for a reversal.

Sure enough, a look at the weekly time frame nearly four weeks later shows a completely different picture.

EURGBP weekly time frame showing bearish engulfing week

So far, that engulfing pattern has triggered a pullback of nearly 300 pips as of this writing.

It has also produced a five-week losing streak as of last week’s close.

And if we turn to the daily time frame (below), you can see the nice stair-step action since the pair put in a top in mid-August.

Each key level you see below has served as resistance following a close below it including 0.9180, 0.9090, 0.9015, and 0.8920.

That 0.8920 area, by the way, was our target that I wrote about on August 27.

One to two messages daily. You can unsubscribe at any time. See our privacy policy.

So what’s next for EURGBP?

As long as the euro cross is carving lower highs and lower lows, I have to favor shorting the pair.

In other words, as long as sellers keep prices below 0.8920 on a daily closing basis, I will continue to watch for selling opportunities.

However, there isn’t much space between these key levels.

That means you have to be precise with your entries if you intend to secure a favorable risk to reward ratio.

For now, though, I prefer waiting for a retracement into that 0.8920 region.

That’s where the mean (average price) is on the daily time frame as illustrated by the 10 and 20 EMAs in the chart below.

It’s also the location of several closing prices and lows since late July.

Just keep in mind that nothing lasts forward.

While I’m staying bearish the EURGBP while below 0.8920, nothing says the pair has to remain below that level.

If buyers do force a daily close above 0.8920, it will trigger at least a temporary respite in the selling pressure.

It would also re-expose 0.9015.

At least that’s my take on the situation.

But as long as 0.8920 is intact as resistance, I favor a lower EURGBP toward 0.8840, 0.8760, and perhaps even 0.8680.

Want to watch a video of how I’m trading EURGBP?

Join DPA Today and get exclusive member-only content including one to two new videos every day!

EURGBP price action support and resistance levels

Leave a Comment:

9 comments
Justin Bennett says

Now you can get access to the same professional Forex charts I use!

Get access today: http://bit.ly/2UzPyiR

These charts give you five 24-hour sessions each week. They are essential if you trade from the daily or 4-hour time frames. Anything else can produce false buy and sell signals.

Download the platform here: http://bit.ly/2UzPyiR

Reply
Nasir Muhammed says

Thanks so much for your insightful analysis as always. I made some money from the pair since your first post about it.

Reply
    Justin Bennett says

    Nice to hear. Thanks for commenting.

    Reply
Thas says

Hi Justin, I have joined you membership since 12/9/19 and still haven’t got any email( not in junk mail as well) please check for me. Thank you

Reply
    Justin Bennett says

    Looks like we’ve cleared it all up as a misspelling on your entry. Glad you’re in now.

    Reply
wafik Gabra says

Dear Justin,

You are the only one , and the best in price action that I like to follow & enjoy read his good analysis.

With kindest regards

Wafik Gabra

Reply
    Justin Bennett says

    Thank you, Wafik. I appreciate the support.

    Reply
Seth Nath-Teye says

Happy to see you Sir

Reply
Add Your Reply