Thursday, January 6, 2011

EURJPY—down to 108.11

EURJPY dropped to a low of 108.11 over the last two hours but it needs to go lower than this.

Looking again at the hourly chart, one can see it forming a triangle or possibly an asymmetrical head and shoulders pattern (which would not be confirmed until it broke below 107.80). It also may be in a zigzag flat correction with the C leg yet to begin. If a C leg began after the 108.11 low, price could reach to 110.15 to a high of 112.78 (C = 1.618 A).

Here's the hourly chart:

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