Monday, March 21, 2011


Last week was the fourth week with lower highs. Obviously, last week's price action created a doji candle with a long lower shadow. The shadow's low of 122.71 dipped well under the weekly downtrend line that the pair broke above nine weeks ago but the close at 130.83 was above that line. The short-term view is that perhaps the long, secular downtrend has resumed. However, note that the pair didn't spend any time at the 122.71 low and bounced sharply. In additon, momentum, as represented by RSI, looks good.

Price action, this morning, is choppy. Immediate resistance is at 132.50. A close today below 130.83 would be bearish.

Here's the weekly chart:

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