Thursday, March 25, 2010


My two remaining longs stopped out at breakeven. I just added another one at 137.44. If you look at the 15-minute chart you see the pair is in a small triangle and I'm adding at the bottom. One could set a stop as tight as 137.30 but that's a little too tight for this pair. Still, much below there, I'd consider reversing. As I posted earlier, it's tough resistance for this pair up to 138.96.

Support is at 137.30, 137.97, 137.35, 136.92, 136.55, 135.19, 134.53 (strong), 133.93, and 132.03. Resistance is at 138.12, 138.52/61, 138.96 (strong), 139.58 (strong), 140.57, and 142.64.

Here's the 15-minute chart:

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