Intraday and swing scenarios based on price action and volume profile.
USD/CHF: a bullish breakthrough
2021-01-21 • Updated
On the H4 chart of USD/CHF, we have the resistance of 0.8920 since the beginning of December. It was approached several times since then but has never been broken.
Currently, the higher lows formed recently suggest that there is a potential for a bullsh breakthrough. Fundamentally, that may be an option as the USD hasn't been particularly strong these days, and CHF is a currency that may well take advantage of the dollar's weakness.
Therefore, watch for trend reversal signs in the short-term. If none appears, we are in for a bullish breakthrough. In this scenario, 0.8950 is the first upside target to be looking at, with 0.90 beaing a secondary resistance.
Corrective Bearish Scenario: Sells below 38680 with TP1: 38560, TP2: 38500, TP3: 38432 Continuation Bullish Scenario: Buys above 38816 with TP: 39000
Bullish Scenario: Buy between 17515 and 17600 with TP1: 17681; TP2: 17720 intraday, and TP3: 17750 / 18000 in extension. Bearish Scenario in case of breaking the buying zone: Sell below 17500 with TP1: 17469; TP2: 17421, and TP3: 17358 in extension.
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