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GBPJPY Overview: Shortterm Recovery Signals

GBPJPY Overview: Shortterm Recovery Signals

Yesterday we have shared a trade setup for the members. Dragon tested 141.300 and pulled back. However, the pair succeeded the close above 140.800 and recovered.

GBPJPY is testing the descending trendline resistance and trading on an ascending trendline on the smaller chart time frames.

A triangle pattern on the H1 chart.

The new direction will be determined by the direction of the breakout.

On the upside, 141.150 and 141.400 are the main resistance. If the pair breaks above 141.400, it may test 142.200.

A bearish breakout will carry the price 140.800, 140.500 and 140.200.

You can follow the chart : GBPJPY RECOVERY

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