Monday, February 28, 2011


I don’t trade much on the last day of the month anymore as I try to use my time to get ready for the coming month by analyzing monthly charts, etc. I also don’t feel like giving back any of my monthly profits.

However, I just noticed that EURUSD dropped to a weekly pivot resistance level of 1.3791 before stalling. I don't use pivots by themselves and because it didn't correlate with much else in the way of support this morning I didn't consider it particularly relevant. But the stalling at that price is interesting. It's also just below the .382 retracement of the most recent move up from 1.3712. I might risk buying at the .5 level of 1.3782, maybe a bit higher, if momentum looked favorable on the short-term chart. However, a stronger retracement would be more appealing.

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