Missed the breakout on EUR/CAD? Don’t fret! You might still have a chance to hop in if the pair makes a pullback, possibly until the broken support level near the 61.8% Fibonacci retracement level. This is in line with the 100 SMA and is also close to the 1.5100 major psychological resistance. With that sharp breakdown though, the pair might be in for a shallow retracement so watch out for reversal candlesticks on the lower Fib levels as well!
Looks like EUR/JPY finally picked a direction! After months of moving inside a symmetrical triangle, the pair decided to make a downside break after the ECB rate statement last week. This signals that EUR/JPY could be in for a long-term downtrend and that the selloff might last as much as 800 pips, which is the same height as the chart pattern. Be careful since stochastic is already in the oversold zone, so a quick pullback might take place before the pair resumes its drop.
Here’s an update on the daily forex price action of EUR/USD! In case you missed it, the pair already made a downside break from the bottom of the rising wedge. This indicates that further losses could be in the cards for this pair, with stochastic moving down from the overbought zone and reflecting strong selling pressure. Take note that the chart pattern is roughly 900 pips tall, which suggests that the resulting selloff could be of the same height.
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