I still have one long position from .8175.
The pair has climbed to a high of .8443 this morning but has fallen back some from here to a low, so far, of .8409. I think there may be another push up as long as momentum holds. However, as I wrote yesterday, there is serious resistance at .8495 and the pair may be hesitating here because sellers are already piling in—most traders are impatient about waiting for support or resistance. Because of this I took some partial profits at +250 pips. If it can cleanly break above .8500, I'll probably add a small position. .8551 will confirm the double bottom.
Resistance is at .8443, .8495, .8523/35 and .8595. Support is at .8356, .8258, .8195, .8133, .8082 and .8067.
Here’s the three-hour chart:
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