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The GBP/CHF pair has been very negative for quite some time now, but we have seen signs of stabilization recently.
The GBP/CHF pair is a very risk sensitive currency pair. Is because of this that I watch this pair quite often, and the fact that we have been falling for some time is not much of a surprise.
This trade can be entered anytime during the day, but will be especially productive if entered and triggered during the European trading hours.
The British pound fell again during the course of the session on Monday overall, including the Swiss franc.
The GBP/CHF pair initially tried to rally during the course of the session on Monday, but turned right back around to slam into the 1.25 handle.
The GBP/CHF pair initially tried to rally during the day on Wednesday, but found enough resistance of the 1.2850 region to turn things around again, and form a very negative looking candle.
During the day on Monday, the GBP/CHF pair initially fell during the course of the session but as you can see we turn right back around to form a bit of a hammer.
During the course of the session on Monday, the GBP/CHF pair initially tried to fall, but found enough support at the 1.45 level to turn things around and form a bit of a hammer.
The GBP/CHF pair rallied significantly during the course of the session on Tuesday, showing real strength as we ended up forming a very large green candle.
During the session on Tuesday, the GBP/CHF pair rallied significantly, breaking towards the 1.41 handle.
The GBP/CHF pair has been very impulsive to the upside recently, and as a result we are trying to build up enough pressure to finally break out above the 1.55 level.
During the session on Monday, we ended up pulling back in the GBP/CHF pair. With this, it looks like we are bit overextended but as you can see on this chart I have marked a yellow rectangle where I anticipate seeing quite a bit of support.
The GBP/CHF pair initially rallied during the course of the day and extended its move above the 1.55 level on Thursday, but turned around to form a bit of a shooting star.
During the session on Wednesday, the GBP/CHF pair initially fell, but turned back around to find quite a bit of bullish pressure as the 1.54 level offered more than enough support.
During the course of the session on Tuesday, the GBP/CHF pair fell significantly. However, we found more than enough support at the 1.45 level to turn things back around towards the end of the day and bounce all the way to the 1.46 level.
The GBP/CHF pair had a very interesting month for August, as we had initially broken much higher. However, the market fell apart as the British pound got sold off.
The GBP/CHF pair has been going sideways for the last couple of sessions, and while that normally wouldn’t catch my attention I cannot help but notice that the 200 day exponential moving average is sitting right where we are.
The GBP/CHF pair initially fell during the session on Thursday, breaking down to the 1.50 level. However, you have to keep in mind that large money laced to trade at large, round, psychologically significant numbers.
The GBP/CHF pair fell hard during the course of the session on Wednesday, crashing towards the 1.51 handle. With this, the market looks as if it is ready to continue to go little bit lower, especially considering that we closed at the very bottom of the range.