Wednesday, March 17, 2010

GBPUSD—retreated a bit

The pound has pulled back to a low of 1.5301. This is the point where it broke out this morning from its expanding triangle or broadening pattern. There's a bit more room for a pullback to 1.5282, the bottom of its small channel or 1.5269, its overnight high. I may add to my long position, depending on behavior in the next few minutes.

Support is at 1.5282/69, 1.5210, 1.5174, and 1.4978. Resistance is at 1.5332, 1.5382, 1.5520, 1.5415, and 1.5816.

Here's the 30-minute chart:

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