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(Video) Weekly Forex Forecast for September 23 – 27, 2019


In this weekly Forex forecast, I’m going to show you exactly how I’m trading EURUSD, GBPUSD, USDJPY, EURGBP, and EURJPY through September 27.

Watch the video below, and be sure to scroll down for more commentary and annotated charts.

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EURUSD Forecast

The EURUSD has struggled to make headway in September.

Since closing below 1.1070 on August 29, the single currency has traded within a range of fewer than 200 pips.

I’ve discussed this range between 1.0930 and 1.1070 several times in recent weeks.

And as I mentioned in last week’s video, sellers are in control as long as the confluence of resistance near 1.1070 is intact.

However, minor support at 1.0990 isn’t far below Friday’s close.

Key support for EURUSD, in my opinion, is that 1.0930 level where the pair bounced on September 12.

So where is EURUSD likely to go from here?

Notice I added likely to that question.

The fact is that nobody knows where the euro or any other currency is going this week.

The best we can do is determine likely scenarios based on the price action in front of us.

With that said, the plan, at least for me, is to see whether we get a close above channel resistance at 1.1070 first or below 1.0930 support.

If we get the former, the EURUSD could be on its way to 1.1200.

On the other hand, a close below 1.0930 support would signal weakness.

But as I’ve mentioned several times this month, the broader descending channel here may limit the euro’s downside potential.

Be sure to watch the video above to see why.

All in all, though, the immediate path forward for the euro comes down to which end of the current range fails first.

Will it be 1.0930 or 1.1070?

As always, time will tell.

Keep in mind that we have a few events on Thursday that could move the needle for the EURUSD.

EURUSD confluence of support & resistance

GBPUSD Forecast

The GBPUSD has played out beautifully since September 4.

I wrote about the break above channel resistance that same day.

Our first target following that breakout was 1.2380. The pair reached that level in just three days.

However, the more likely target for GBPUSD was 1.2570.

Here’s what I wrote on the 5th:

All in all, GBPUSD looks like it wants to head higher.

But it’s going to come down to whether or not buyers can keep the price above former channel resistance (new support) on a daily closing basis.

Do that, and 1.2570 is a very real possibility.

Quote from September 4

The pound did, in fact, hold above former channel resistance and also reached our 350-pip target last week at 1.2570.

Notice too how GBPUSD sold off on Friday.

That decline was triggered by the 1.2570 region which was a factor between late-May and mid-July.

So what’s next for GBPUSD?

Is the pair on its way to 1.2770 or is a return to 1.2380 more likely?

I need to see more from the pair to answer those questions.

More specifically, the pound needs to clear 1.2570 resistance on a daily closing basis in order to expose the next key resistance at 1.2770.

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As long as it’s intact as resistance, though, it’s going to attract sellers just like it did before the weekend.

Alternatively, a rotation lower into 1.2380 followed by bullish price action would hint at a move higher back into 1.2570 and perhaps 1.2770.

GBPUSD rejection at 1.2570 resistance

USDJPY Forecast

I wrote about USDJPY on Friday.

The close above channel resistance near 108.00 on the 12th appeared to signal that buyers wanted to push the pair higher.

However, I wrote Friday’s post title as a question for a reason.

That reason has to do with the fact that USDJPY retested former channel resistance as new support rather abruptly last week.

Notice how quickly the pair returned to the 107.80 area on Thursday.

That isn’t the type of “rounded retest” I like to see when buying or even selling a breakout.

Furthermore, it was Friday, and I never like to enter a new position just before the weekend.

Look no further than last Monday’s gap down to see why I dislike entering on Fridays.

With all that in mind, I decided to sit on the sideline on Friday to find out where USDJPY would close out the week.

And it’s a good thing I didn’t buy at 107.70.

I even posted in the membership site telling members that I wouldn’t make a decision here until I saw where the pair closed in relation to 107.70.

Friday’s selloff and subsequent close leaves little doubt that this was a failed breakout.

Be sure to watch the video to see the other price action signal that formed last week.

As such, I expect sellers will want to defend the 107.70 area as resistance.

And as I wrote last week, this close back inside the descending channel re-opens the door to the next key support at 106.80.

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USDJPY false break of descending channel top

EURGBP Forecast

I wrote about a potential EURGBP topping pattern on August 19.

The bearish engulfing pattern on the weekly time frame is what tipped me off.

Combine that signal with the fourteen weeks of consecutive gains and you have a recipe for a bearish reversal.

Sure enough, EURGBP sold off from the 0.9180 on August 20.

You can see where 0.9180 – 0.9200 was the resistance zone I pointed out in my August 19 post.

Since that time, the euro cross has lost 400 pips.

That’s an impressive move from a currency pair that often moves less than 80 pips in a single day.

However, I think sellers need to be careful here.

Although EURGBP is still holding below the 0.8840 key level, we could see a push higher this week, perhaps into 0.8920.

Notice how the pair has been sliding lower just above channel support.

That’s an indication, at least for me, that EURGBP may need to blow off some steam before the next leg lower can materialize.

We also have a confluence of resistance up near 0.8920.

If I were a seller, I would much rather sell at 0.8920 than try to force something below 0.8840.

The former offers an extra 80 pips of profit potential and has a much greater chance of triggering another leg lower, in my opinion.

So for now, I’m going to sit back and wait.

If EURGBP can force a retest of the confluence of resistance near 0.8920, I will entertain a short position.

Key support on the way down includes 0.8760 followed by 0.8680.

The latter would be my final target if I can secure an entry in the 0.8920 region.

On the other hand, a close above descending channel resistance would negate the idea and expose 0.9015.

EURGBP confluence of resistance at 0.8920

EURJPY Forecast

The way EURJPY was hovering below channel resistance last week looked relatively constructive for buyers.

I wrote about this and even made a video on the 19th.

But the pair never did close above channel resistance near 119.70.

If you watched last week’s video, you know that was my requirement for EURJPY to stand any chance of seeing 121.00 or higher.

The fact is that this channel top was always serving as resistance, never as support.

That’s evident by Friday’s selloff.

For the week ahead, I’ll be keeping an eye on the 118.30 area.

I pointed out this support level in last week’s post.

You can see how 118.30 served as support in early August and later attracted sellers between the 15th and 22nd of the month.

There is also some support just below 118.30 at 117.80.

If buyers can step in and prop the pair up around 117.80 and 118.30, we could see price revisit channel resistance.

On the other hand, if that support area fails, EURJPY is likely headed back to the 116.00 support region.

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saidy says

thanks, our mentor

    Justin Bennett says

    You’re welcome.

Simthembile says

Levels on GU 1.125960 was once support, which was broken almost end July. Which also is acting as a strong resistance looking at the previous data. Second confluence if EG continues to hold 0.87955 which also serves as a fib level was resistance that has turned into support strong one to say, however I am not stating that GU will fall back to 1.19630.

Thirdly if DXY continues to hold that fib level 97.70 which will give more confluence of selling pressure for pound.

    Justin Bennett says

    Thanks for sharing your view.

T-radar says

Great analysis as usual. Your videos brings even more clarity. You’re very generous with your talent & skill Sir and may god bless you more…

i agree 100% with you eur/gbp sentiment, some kind of consolidation price action could happen in the next week…


    Justin Bennett says

    Thanks for the kind words. Keeping a close eye on EURGBP and others.


I totally agree with your analysis on EURUSD and GBPUSD sir.
Good job!

    Justin Bennett says

    Thanks, Stanley. Nice to know it’s helpful.

Martins says

Nice analysis mentor. I want to join your class .please how get to talk to you personally

    Justin Bennett says

    Thanks, Martins. You can use the contact form.

Richard Uzokwe says

I really like your price action analysis. How do I learn trading usiy this price action?

Lungelo M Mhlongo says

Thank you sir, If I may ask, would you advice someone to wait for a retest after the breakout before entering the trade?

    Justin Bennett says

    I would never tell someone that waiting is better than not waiting or vice versa. You need to develop your own trading methods and then stick with them to learn if they work for you or not.

Praise says

Thanks ,mentor

    Justin Bennett says

    You’re welcome.

howard hill says

Excellent analyses. I especially love the video format which highlights key levels, and helps me to see as you do. I come away with a deep understanding of context and an action plan both ways. Thank you!

    Justin Bennett says

    Thank you, Howard. I agree that the videos bring it all together.

    Enjoy your week!

Thulani says

Pure Analysis thats all I can say.

    Justin Bennett says

    Thanks, Thulani. Have an awesome week!

Emir Khairil Ahmad says

What about gold.

    Justin Bennett says

    I might write about it this week. We’ll see.

ali says

Thanks for the excellent information that you given us sir justin, I am looking forward to the new week.

    Justin Bennett says

    You’re welcome, Ali.

Joseph says

I am staying neutral as well in this pair unless some news events show some type of direction. As far for GBPUSD and GBPJPY I like to short these pairs on a come back to resistance because of the strength of the US economy. Thank your for your analysis of the pairs!!! Wishing you all a great week.

    Justin Bennett says

    My pleasure. Have a good one!

Laurie Bowman says

I really like the change to video; not only is it more personal, you include nuances that don’t come across in the written form.

    Justin Bennett says

    Thanks, Laurie. Glad you’re enjoying the videos. πŸ™‚

Emeka says

I truely love this video. Great information.

    Justin Bennett says

    Pleased to hear that, Emeka.

Mr HA says

Thanks you a lot

    Justin Bennett says

    You’re very welcome.

mphole says

Well said. thanks!

Motho says

Is it not imperative for channels to have 3 rejections on both side as with wedges

    Justin Bennett says

    It’s subjective. You only need two touches to draw a level. Whether you require three rejections to trade a breakout is up to you.

Zaki Ghazalli says

I am learning your thought process from your videos and chart reading.
I admire your skill. I follow closely your daily postings.
Perhaps later I can start asking questions. πŸ™‚

    Justin Bennett says

    Happy learning! πŸ™‚

sifiso Hlatshwayo says

Hi Mr Bennett. I think the usdjpy..has already started to show what the smart money is doing..they have issued a weekly chart pin at the resistant trend-line of what apprears to be bearish channel…this is to induce retail traders short…they will then show them a bit of profits in October, by moving price down, this move will induce more retail sellers then they will not reach the bottom of that channel to hit retail traders take profits…instead they will form the low of the new quarter around 106.95-106.25 and trend up to hit all the retail sellers stops….

Kultida says

Yesterday EJ closed below 118.30 but above 117.80. Does it mean that it will turn to up again?

    sifiso Hlatshwayo says

    Hi Kultida…the EUROYEN appears to have completed its quarterly price action cycle…and its September (monthly) price action cycle…this meams it will have to accumulate new positions until those positions fulfil the market makers goals, then we might see some movement…as for now, I don’t see it trending leading to the close of the quarter.

ope says

Great analysis

Aushauzmd_FX says

Sir I really appreciate your work, and i have nothing to say about your weekly analysis but little which is you did it great sir and your post was always encourage our analysis. Latsly thanks for million time

May the market go at your favour.

sifiso says

I hope people are seeing what the USDJPY has done…went lower as predicted for Q4 beginning. It just has to solidify the low of Q4 then, ill be LONG!

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