First on the canvas today is a potential support-turned-resistance play on EUR/JPY. The pair is currently testing 117.50, which is not only a minor psychological level, but is also a support-turned-resistance area for the pair. On top of that, there seems to be a bearish divergence forming with price making lower highs and the overbought Stochastic signal making higher highs. If you’re bearish on the pair you can place a tight stop and target the 115.00 support, while the bulls can also make a play for a potential double bottom and wait for a break above the 117.50 resistance.
Who’s up for trading Cable today? GBP/USD looks like it’s sporting an ascending triangle on the 1-hour chart, but there’s also a potential resistance at the 1.6080 handle. What’s more, there’s also a bearish divergence on the chart with Stochastic supporting an overbought signal. If you’re bearish on the pair you can place a stop above 1.6100 and aim for the rising trendline support, while the bulls can also wait for a break above the resistance.
Last on the table today is another resistance play with GBP/JPY. Like the other setups that I pointed out, there’s a potential resistance at the major 130.00 level, and it looks like there might also be a bearish divergence and an overbought Stochastic signal on the 1-hour chart. Of course, you could also make a play for the rising trendline support, which could yield you a few pips if you target the 130.00 resistance.
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