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USD/JPY: "Hammer" led to bullish rally
2019-11-11 • Updated
The last bullish "Hammer" led to the current upward price movement. There's no any reversal pattern, so we should keep an eye on the 89 Moving Average, which could act as resistance. If so, there'll be time for a bearish correction.
There's no any bearish pattern because all the last candles are bullish. Also, the price has broken the "Window", which acted as resistance many times before. So, it's likely that the pair is going to test this "Window", which could act as support this time.
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