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GBPJPY Triangle Breakout And Bullish Continuation

GBPJPY Triangle Breakout And Bullish Continuation

As we have mentioned in our previous GBPJPY Forecast and Trade idea, Dragon is ready to take off. But as we have mentioned before 149.700 must be broken. Looing at the smaller chart timeframes, the pair broken the triangle on the H1 Chart. This is a bullish continuation pattern.

Traders who want to use this opportunity may tenter a long trade at the market price 148.750 or wait for the potential retest of the broken triangle – 148.400 – targeting 149.400 , 149.700 and 150.400. Invalidation level of the formation is 147.850.



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