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GBP/USD: pound made friends with the wedge
2019-11-11 • Updated
Recommendation: BUY 1,2865 SL 1,281 TP 1,3025,
SELL 1,28 SL 1,2855 TP 1,264.
On the GBP/USD daily chart, the Bulls hit the target 88.6% of the Shark pattern. At the present moment, we may observe the transformation of the Shark pattern into 5-0. A rebound from 50% and 61.8% correction levels of the CD wave creates prerequisites for sales. However, if the bulls manage to reach 1.2995 and 1.3023 levels, there will be a continuation of the rally.
On the GBP/USD hourly chart, there is an expanding wedge pattern. A rollback towards 50% and 61.8% levels of the 4-5 wave followed by the return of quotes to 38.2% and 50% can be used for opening long positions.
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