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EURUSD Bounces From Confluence of Support

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EURUSD began today’s session on a bearish note.

After reaching a high of 1.1391, the euro lost just over 80 pips in a few short hours.

However, the 1.1300 support handle offered relief for bulls. It’s an area I’ve pointed out several times since December.

There also appears to be ascending channel support just above 1.1300. That’s helping to attract bids so far today.

If the EURUSD can finish today’s session with a bullish pin bar, it could signal a turn higher over the coming days and weeks.

Keep in mind that the session close is 5 pm EST. Not all brokers offer this type of chart.

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If the pair can hold above the confluence of support between 1.1300 and 1.1330, we could see the single currency trend back to 1.1450/80 resistance.

An even loftier target would be ascending channel resistance. That may come in as high as 1.1620 depending on how long the bull move takes to play out.

For now, though, it all comes down to today’s close at 5 pm EST.

A bullish pin bar could take EURUSD back to 1.1450/80 followed by 1.1620.

Alternatively, a daily close below the 1.1330 area would likely extinguish the potential for a bullish move.

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EURUSD pin bar from support area

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23 comments
Emuobo Agbahovbe says

Nice…although I was stopped out. But will wait till daily close today

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alex says

yes but rushing down back

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    Justin Bennett says

    Hence why I wrote that I’ll be waiting for the day to close.

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Dee says

Precise

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Thabiso says

Too much manipulation happening

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Dhamir says

Stopped out today. But I am keen on the bulls getting the work done. However, will keep eyes open for the daily close as you suggested. Thank you for another good insights Justin.

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king says

it’s like the bears has taken over completely

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Marvin says

I think it is more interesting how the 50, 20 & 10 EMAs are in sequence, Am expecting the bears to take charge after the channel has broken out

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    wole says

    What’s the use of 50//20/10 ema

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nadzuah says

nice one justin

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Victoria Azure says

I am grateful for the great work you are doing. May God bless you.

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Colin de Ste Croix says

Im Short to 1.12200
1.13500SL

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    nadzuah says

    stll sell?

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    ghulam says

    in recent past it came at 1.1288 , then months back “1.1285 , when u did that

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Celestine says

Your analysis is always intellectual,powerful and reliable.From all indications, the bears have overpowered the bulls and now fully in control of market.

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Kachi says

I guess the support held strongly, and the bulls are back in control.

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Davy says

What do you lean with a daily close?There are 5 days in the week,so for me its says nothing.

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Collin Gonye says

I’m still bearish, I don’t see a rally coming today but I’ve put a trail stop. Well done Justin you making me understand price action.

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samith says

wow super sir.super analyze.

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nadzuah says

thank you justin

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Kachi says

This is great! Still in

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ghulam says

-when earlier it broke up to 11569 , i watched a lot of videos how to trade in break out , in all they concluded dont step in if a break out happens in any direction , market always give a chance to enter , if we suppose it wanted to go up it given us a chance to enter at 1.1300 again , but still i persist non of the trader float 1000 points in mini or regular account , i did huge losses from the traders , even many specialist traders tutorials , all play with stop loss so that they may continue in this business, in 2003 , there was worldwide crisis when it moved upward to 1.6100 , or near about , the head lines in uk news papers was all dot coms r now dot gone i was there then thanks , i concluded never enter without any stop loss,, what ever u afford thanks

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Kachi says

Justin…Bullish Engulfing?

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