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USD/CHF: franc plays with the patterns
2019-11-11 • Updated
Recommendation: BUY 0,977 SL 0,9715 TP1 0,993 TP2 1,005.
On the USD/CHF daily chart, the realization of the inverted Shark pattern continues. The growth of quotes above high (0.9765) of the internal bar may lead to the continuation of the rally. In contrast, a breakout of the support located at the low of the internal pattern (0.9725) may lead to the return of the quotes towards lower border of the downward trading channel.
On the USD/CHF hourly chart, a target 78.6% of the Gartley pattern has been hit. Then, there was a rollback. If the high at 0.977 is updated, the Dragon pattern will continue its formation. On the upside, there is a target 161.8% of the Crab pattern,
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