Tuesday, March 8, 2011


After Euro's high of 1.4036 yesterday morning, the pair is stumbling, falling to a low, so far, of 1.3913. That was expected—the pair was at the top of the resistance zone made up of trend lines, speed lines and price targets.

The bulls were strong enough to prevent an evening star formation on the three-hour chart that I wrote about yesterday. However the next candle after the third one was deeply bearish.

Support is at 1.3900, 1.3880/60, 1.3803 (.382 of the move from 1.3429 to 1.4036) and 1.3732.

Resistance is 1.4036, 1.4282/95 (Nov. 2010 swing high and weekly downtrend line from July 2008) and 1.4317/47.

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