EURJPY: Keep an Eye on This Pattern

by Justin Bennett  · 

November 30, 2020

by Justin Bennett  · 

November 30, 2020

by Justin Bennett  · 

November 30, 2020

The EURJPY is on the verge of breaking higher.

The pair has been sideways for most of the year, but that may be about to change.

Before we get to that pending breakout, I want to draw your attention to what’s happening on the weekly time frame.

EURJPY monthly time frame

Notice how the EURJPY has been in an uptrend since May.

However, there is a trend line that extends from the 2014 high that could be a factor.

That level comes in near 126.00 or perhaps just below it.

A weekly close above that trend line could send EURJPY much higher in 2021.

Turning to the daily chart, the EURJPY is starting to look increasingly bullish.

That said, buyers still have work to do.

They need to secure a daily close above 125.00 to expose that 126.00 resistance area.

Note that a close above 125.00 would confirm the potential inverse head and shoulders.

That formation could serve as a continuation pattern for EURJPY.

We’ll see, but if 125.00 breaks on a daily closing basis, there isn’t much to prevent a run at 126.00.

A weekly close above that 126.00 area could take the pair toward 128.30 as we head into next year.

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EURJPY daily time frame

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  1. Thanks Justin for all the great setups. Well apart from the inverse head and shoulder pattern, an even clearer pattern I’ve been following up for weeks now is the bull flag on the weekly timeframe check it out pls

  2. How do you consider the breakout entry. Is it when daily close above and enter right at that moment? And also where do you keep the stop loss?

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