Tuesday, June 29, 2010

EURGBP—down, down, down

This pair has continued merrily down as money flows to the UK. I have four short positions at .8340, .8258, .8168, and .8114. I may close the one at .8258 and book the profits.

.8107 is potential support (Nov. 2008 low) with a clear possibility of .7900. However, if you're not already in this trade, wait for a bounce. It has to come eventually. Resistance is at .8130, .8225 and .8275/85.

Here's the three-hour chart:

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