Thursday, March 10, 2011

USDCHF—dollar slightly stronger

Yesterday's low of.9269 held for a slight rally in the pair up to .9363 so far today. This was near the prior high of .9369 so of course it's stumbling. While the dollar is stronger, the headwinds are formidable.

I did go long again at .9302 with my stop at breakeven. As I wrote yesterday, while the potential loss was 100 pips and that only a high of .9506 offered a decent 2:1 risk reward ratio, my plan was to move my stop to breakeven stop with a move of 30 pips.

Resistance is at .9363, .9506, .9586 and .9650. Support is at .9300, .9269, .9224 and .9202.

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