EURUSD has been dead in the water over night but EURJPY isn’t disappointing.
As you can see on the daily chart, it has been in a slightly, contracting range since April. As a result, it has offered many good trades, simply by going short at resistance and long at support. This time it didn’t make it to resistance. The orange line I have drawn across the chart was significant to me based on various Fib calculations and other ratios. I was off slightly on the timing, entering a bit late at 133.03 but the trade is currently 189 pips in profit. I took some off the table at 132.60 (+43) and I just took at bit more off at +180 pips.
Keep an eye on this pair as it may bounce again from support in which case it would be a long. I’ll post about it here if it approaches that point. Obviously, price behavior is everything and one can’t trade only because a pair reaches support. There is some support on the hourly at 131.08. Here’s the daily chart:
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