Tuesday, March 30, 2010


Yesterday's market action did take out the remainder of my short at .9153 for +32 pips. I then went long at .9156. I took partial profits at +44 pips but I'm not moving my stop to breakeven just yet because the uptrend line is coming in at .9154 and it may retest it. As I wrote yesterday, the pair needs to get through .9200 with a definitive close before I see it as resuming its uptrend. It hasn't happened yet although there have been two touches of .9212 and .9214 in the last few hours. If it starts to falter at .9252 (a prior high), then a reverse may be in order.

Support is at .9194, .9160/54 (strong), .9067, .9002, .8985/73 (strong), .8929, .8871, .8801, .8788 (strong) and .8578. Resistance is at .9214, .9252, .9330, and .9406.

Here's the three-hour chart.

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