Thursday, February 11, 2010

GBPUSD—same old, same old

My short from 1.5871 is still on. At least on the hourly chart, the pair is fighting to stay above 1.5535 but it's still dancing on its downtrend line from early August, 2008 and that formed a significant channel. You can see this on yesterday's post. Dropping below that line, currently at 1.5535/45, would hint that lower lows were coming. I may add another short position if it does decisively move. Currently, though, there is indecision.


1.5359/75 (polarity; Jan 7th high)
1.5000/24 (flag target; round number)


1.5765 (Yesterday's high)
1.5800 (round number; fib confluence)
1.5850 (EW boundary for current move down--wave 1 so wave 4 can't enter its territory)
1.5986 (Fib confluence)

No chart because of my problems with my new version of Snag-it.

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