Hmm, are those double bottoms I see on EURJPY’s daily chart? Why, it looks like that chart pattern could signal that the pair’s downtrend is about to end. The pair is hovering around the neckline, possibly gearing up for a breakout. If it does break the neckline, it could make a climb that’s at least as high as the height of the formation, which is roughly 500 pips. On the other hand, if the neckline resistance holds, the pair could make another bottom near the 108.00 handle.
Up, down, up, down… Well, it looks like guppy is jailed inside a range on its 4-hour chart. There’s supportat the 131.30 area and resistance near 136.00. How long would the pair be stuck inside this range? The stochastics are still pointing down, which means that sellers could still have enough juice to take this pair lower. The pair could once again find support at 131.30 and bounce back until the top of the range.
Lastly, lemme finish off with a whiff of CADJPY. It appears to me that the pair is consolidating on the longer time frame and is forming a triangle. Notice how recently, it has been forming significantly lower highs while the lows have somewhat remained the same. Checkin’ my black book on candlestick patterns, this looks like a descending triangle, which means that there could be some bias to a downward break. Look for a bearish candle that closes below the 81.00 handle as a sign that this pair could be headed for new lows.