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GBP/USD Uptrend Tests 1.41 Support and Aims at 1.4250

April 12, 2018 11:12

GBP/USD

4 hour

The GBP/USD bullish trend is testing the previous resistance levels (red), which could complete a wave 5 (green) pattern and start a potential reversal. A break below the long-term support trend line would confirm a larger bearish reversal.

1 hour

On the 1 hour chart, the GBP/USD could be building a wave 4 (grey) retracement pattern. The alternative is that price already completed the wave 5 (grey) at the previous high. The Fibonacci levels of wave 4 are important because they could act as potential support levels whereas a break above resistance (red) could indicate a bullish continuation.

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