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EUR/USD: bulls have built fortresses
2019-11-11 • Updated
On the daily EUR/USD chart bears failed to break support at 1.1170 from the first attempt. At this level and in the 1.1100-1.1130 bulls constructed powerful fortresses. The trend remains bullish as long as the pair stays above 1.08. The odds of failure to this level aren’t high, so traders should buy the euro on the pullbacks to the downside.
On H1 EUR/USD has realized “Three Indians” and 1-2-3 patterns and then formed Wolfe’s Waves. The pair approached 2-3 line. The short-term outlook for the pair will depend on its ability to overcome this level. The break will strengthen the odds of an increase towards $1.1250 and $1.1280. Otherwise, bears will head towards 1.1170.
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