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Monday, 14 March 2016

GBP/USD Analysis









General overview for 14/03/2016:

The corrective cycle for wave 4 is still in progress and so far only the a wave of the overall cycle had been made. The next wave is the wave b that should re-test 50%Fibo at the level of 1.4151 before the next impulsive leg will develop. The projected target for wave 4 is at the level of 1.4666, but this corrective cycle might evolve into more complex and time consuming pattern.

Support/Resistance:
1.4666 - Projected Target for Wave 4
1.4643 - WR2
1.4537 - WR1
1.4325 - Weekly Pivot
1.4216 - WS1
1.4151 - 50%Fibo

Trading recommendations:
Daytraders should buy the dips in this market while the wave b is in progress with SL below the level of 1.4150 and TP at the level of 1.4666.




Tuesday, 8 March 2016

USD/PLN Daily Analysis









General overview for 08/03/2016:

The previous analysis of this pair can be found here.

The market had completed the five wave impulsive structure to the upside at the level of 4.1576 and currently the corrective sub-cycle is in progress. The wave a and wave b of this cycle has been made and now there is one more wave to the downside to complete the overall cycle. The projected target for wave c of the wave 2 is at the level of 3.8333 if the structure will evolve into a simple abc running flat correction. On the other hand, any breakout lower will be a first clue that the market might evolve into more complex and time consuming corrective cycle in wave 2. This scenario ( alternative) is valid as long as the level of 3.5269 is not violated.

Support/Resistance:
4.1576 - Swing High
4.0592 - Technical Resistance
4.0050 - Round Number Resistance
3.8857 - Local Low
3.8333 - Projected Wave c Target

Trading recommendations:
As long as the demand area around the level of 3.8000 provides the support the bulls are still in control of this market and only buy orders should be placed ( limit or stop).





 
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