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EUR/USD got lost in corridors
2019-11-11 • Updated
SELL 1.2215 SL 1.227 TP1 1.2115 TP2 1.2095 TP3 1.1995
BUY 1.2515 SL 1.246 TP1 1.2615 TP2 1.2715 TP3 1.2815
On the daily chart, EUR/USD keeps consolidating in the 1.2215-1.2515 range within spike and ledge pattern. A break of resistance at 1.2515 will lead to the uptrend’s resumption. On the other hand, decline below support at 1.2215 will increase the risks of a correction.
On H1, EUR/USD keeps forming a “Widening wedge” pattern. The decline to the point 5 will open the way down to 78.6% of the Gartley pattern.
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