In this brief post I share today s daily review for the EUR/USD forex pair, the S&P500 emini and the Gold mini futures. The short setups I have mentioned in my free Newsletter weekly Review for EUR/USD and S&P500 are still on. Gold, on the other hand, has reached its first long target.
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The Euro had a huge move higher due to news. Notice that this move higher is not supported from Program Trading. I see no reason to get excited for new longs at this stage. Price was actually pushed into a new resistance level at 1.3700. Swing trades shorts here have a stop above 1.3746 (R/R > 8, or > 15 if we consider the 1.2970 target). On the 240min and 15min timeframes the first confirmation of new shorts will come below 1.3664.
This market went nowhere in the last few sessions and on Thursday got a push lower. Price ended up closing below the 20 day moving average. We have two levels of support below current prices at 1,784 and 1,757.
Gold reached the first target at 1,263. A continuation higher into the 1,288 is possible, as well as, a trade into the next measured move long at 1,240 area.
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