I'm still short from 1.3222.
After reaching a high of 1.3046 overnight and then falling back, Euro has just poked its head to 1.3048. My first price target yesterday was 1.3040 to 1.3088. There's fib confluence here (.382 of the move from 1.3824 to 1.2874 and .50 of the move from 1.1876 to 1.4283) and it's near a broken Point & Figure 45° line. Additional resistance is found at 1.3125/54 (this is the small triangle Euro broke below so a retest would make sense), 1.3225 and 1.3300.
I'll be looking to add short positions (or take out new ones if my profit stop is hit). However, I'll need to see signs of faltering—another failure from this price point would be interesting evidence.
Support is at 1.2962, 1.2806(.618 of 11893 to 14282)/2795, 1.2655, and 1.2588.
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