On the 15-minute chart of EURJPY below one can see it in a symmetrical triangle. From an Elliott Wave perspective, the breakout should be to the upside. I don't trade such short-term charts but I'm already long from 112.18 and I check the shorter-term charts periodically to see if there are any signals that support or negate my positions or that give clues about pullbacks. In any case, as I wrote in the blog post a few minutes ago, there's lots of resistance to get through up to 112.92 so let's see what happens.
Here's the 15-minute chart:
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