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5 reasons to buy dips in GBPCHF this week


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Looking to GBPCHF this week and buying dips. Although the long-term outlook remains to the downside, the strength of the initial move higher highlights a dip buying opportunity this week.

 

Monthly: With a five-wave pattern now complete (Elliott Wave formation) the bias is for a corrective move higher. The monthly Ichimoku Cloud has capped the initial rally.

GBPCHF M.png

 

Weekly:  Mixed trading for the last 74 weeks has formed a bearish Ending Wedge pattern. Although this pattern has an eventual bias to break lower, last weeks bullish Engulfing formation offers an immediate upside bias. The Marabuzo level (mid-point form open and close) is located at 1.3039. A pivotal level is 1.3414

 

Daily: Five consecutive positive daily performances in succession. We have stalled at the 50% pullback level of 1.3177 (from 1.3491-1.2862). There is ample scope for a correction lower before the next correction rally higher resumes. With the 78.6% pullback level being close to the aforementioned 1.3414, this is our prime target zone this week (1.3342-1.3414)

GBPCHF D.png

 

Intraday (four-hours) – Numerous reasons to buy dips:

  1. Stalled at the trend of higher highs
  2. The initial move higher is impulsive; therefore, the correction lower should be corrective.
  3. 50% pullback level at 1.3027
  4. Bespoke support at 1.3027
  5. The move lower could form a bullish reverse Head and Shoulders pattern.

GBPCHF 4.png

 

Intraday (six-hours) – If the cross stalls and reverses higher from our buy trigger then an AB=CD formation is seen at 1.3360 (inside our target zone)

 

 

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