Now that’s what I’m talking about!

I went long EUR/CHF near the end of August based on several factors that showed it was ready for a nice rally. Since then, market action has unfolded quite nicely, and I am happily sitting in my long position. My original exit conditions remain in play (2 monthly closes below 1.28.


You can see on the monthly chart above that EUR/CHF held at the strong support that I identified in the initial post. In fact, on a monthly basis, EUR/CHF essentially reversed August’s losses. This is a very bullish Piercing Line pattern, and it strengthens my confidence in being long. However, 1.36 should be major resistance, and I am awaiting price to break clearly above this level.

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