Friday, November 12, 2010

EURUSD—continues lower

Euro moved down to 1.3574 before bouncing to 1.3727. The move down most likely completed an impulsive wave on the shorter-term charts so this rally is probably corrective. The bounce could take price to 1.3836/42, 1.3894 or 1.3905 before turning down again so, to the extent I trade today, I'll be looking for momentum weakness on the short-term charts and shorting any rally. I believe the pair will see 1.3335 again in the next few days.

On the weekly chart (not shown) the week is ending with a bearish candle after four weeks of indecisive candles. So unless we have a sizable rally today (not likely), the close is likely to be bearish (below 1.3820) and next week will begin with the bears in control.

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