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EURUSD Potential Head And Shoulders Pattern Formation

EURUSD Potential Head And Shoulders Pattern Formation

Left shoulder and the head of the pattern has been completed. As seen on the chart, the right shoulder is ibeing formed.

We predict the pair will test 1.16100 – 1.16250 and turn south.

The Neckline of the pattern is  located at 1.15300.

Area of the Entry: 1.16100 – 1.16250

Stop Loss: Above 1.16600

Target: 1.15300

Break below the target – 1.15300 Neckline – will trigger the bearish move.

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