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GBPUSD possible scenarios based on the harmonic patterns

GBPUSD possible scenarios based on the harmonic patterns

Let’s take a look at the possible scenarios together.

We have two charts to make the picture more clear for you.


Scenario #1 Bullish Cypher at 1.31300.

As seen on the harmonic chart we see that cable will complete a harmonic cypher at D 1.31300 .  The same level is the MM 3/8 Bottom of Trading Range as seen on the second chart. We need to see the Cable makes a few H1 closings below 1.31700.

Scenario #2 Bearish Gartley at 1.32400.

As we have written today, 1.32440 is one of the major resistance of smaller chart timeframes.  It is the MM 5/8 bottom of the trading range and MA 20 in the daily charts.  With lack of major macroeconomic catalyst, it would be difficult to breakout this resistance for Sterling Bulls.

MM 3/8  1.31300 or MM 5/8 1.32400 must be broken, otherwise, we continue to see the price trading in a narrow range.

Scenario #3 Bearish Cypher at 1.33800.

This scenario would be valid after a few H4 closings above 1.32400.  1.34200 is the ultimate resistance MM 8/8 and 1.34900  EMA 50 20 Day Periods.

We will focus on 1.32400 and will publish our fresh trade ideas for premium members.


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