Wednesday, March 3, 2010


I entered a small long position at 1.3626 because it stalled in an area of prior short-term support and I now have a little uptrend line on the hourly chart. This is very short-term analysis so stops have to be very tight. I plan to move the stop to breakeven as quickly as possible. However, the pair must break through the resistance I mentioned in my prior post at the top of the broadening formation.

Here's the one-hour chart now:

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