Thursday, April 8, 2010


My long in USDCHF at 1.0706 is still on with a profit stop just better than breakeven. The high was 1.0786 but it has since fallen back to a low of 1.0752 today.

I wrote yesterday that a "clean break above 1.0751 would build confidence that the pair will continue trending up…" If the low of 1.0752 holds then this is further indication of a rally that may continue back to the 1.08 level.

The hourly chart looks fairly clean with just a hint of the RSI breaking below its trend line in the current pullback.

Support is at 1.0751, 1.0738, 1.0712, 1.0680, 1.0585, and 1.0435. Resistance is at 1.0810 and 1.0890.

Here's the hourly chart:

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