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EURUSD Challenges New Resistance at 1.1500

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The EURUSD has worked out exceptionally well for us of late. I first mentioned the continuation pattern in the form of a wedge on August 2nd. Then came the retest of the 1.1620 area earlier this month.

As I stated in those posts, the target for the trade was the 1.1300 handle. It was the 340 pip objective of the wedge as well as a key pivot between June and July of last year.

Last week reached a low of 1.1300 to the pip. I exited the short position and wrote about how a bounce seemed likely given the circumstances.

To say the EURUSD has been moving as anticipated would be an understatement.

The question everyone wants answered now is will new resistance at 1.1500 hold? It’s certainly attracting offers so far in today’s session, but can sellers keep the single currency below the level into the New York 5 pm EST close?

The answer remains elusive for now. With six hours to go until the session close, anything can happen. And if you attempt an entry without a proper sell signal such as a pin bar, you could find yourself on the wrong side of the trade in a hurry.

One thing we’ve been discussing in the member’s area is just how far today’s price is from the 10 and 20 exponential moving averages on the weekly chart.

You’ll notice that the pair has reverted to the daily mean as illustrated by the 10 and 20 EMAs, but the weekly is another story. Despite the recent bounce, the single currency is more than 100 pips below the weekly mean which is near 1.1650.

That doesn’t mean the pair won’t move lower from 1.1500. With the right bearish price action, sellers could hold the area and push prices back to 1.1300 support.

What the distance from the weekly mean does suggest is that offers may be harder to come by without some additional upside first. In other words, the EURUSD may need to blow off more steam before sellers are ready to jump back in.

We’ll know soon enough, but considering the above, I’m going to hold off on this one for now. I want to see how the market reacts to this 1.1500 region, and I’m certainly in no hurry to risk the profit from my recent short position.

A daily close at 5 pm EST below 1.1500/10 would keep the immediate bearish outlook alive. It would also keep the pressure on last week’s support at 1.1300.

Alternatively, a daily close above 1.1500/10 would delay the bearish outlook and expose the confluence of resistance near 1.1650.

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11 comments
ignazio says

Il rimbalzo è come un elastico. Quanto più retrocede, tanto più importante sarà la discesa del prezzo.

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    Justin Bennett says

    English, please. Use Google translate at a minimum.

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      ignazio says

      The rebound is like a rubber band. The more you retreat, the more important the price will fall.

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DAKO ABDUL AZEEZ BOBBY says

Hello, i really do want to know how to become a member here, please..

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Sera says

Thank you for the update

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Peter lim says

Hi justin. Thank you for exelent analysis. In other words, can i just put sell limit around 1.1650 area?

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    Caleb says

    I guess

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Crazie Joph says

thanks justin

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Kennedy says

simply wonderful

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John says

many many thanks Justine for the powerful analysis. i will be joining the members area soon.

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Roberto says

Could that be a head and shoulders on daily and weekly time frame??

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