Tuesday, June 8, 2010


I've been profit-stopped out of both my longs (from 1.0389 and 1.0426) for +105 and +67 pips respectively. The long I entered at 1.0586 on Monday was stopped at breakeven.

It's possible a bull flag is forming on the three-hour chart which I've outlined. If so, the pair needs to close above 1.0578. This is a strong area of resistance because of fib confluence and polarity so the pair will have some difficulty, particularly if risk sentiment is more positive. If it does prove to be a flag then the potential minimum target is 1.0850 which is very reasonable. We'll have to wait and see on this one. Here's the three-hour chart:

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