Stocks, oil, and risk currencies gained on Tuesday as the formal go-ahead for US President-elect Joe Biden to begin his transition burnished a November already boosted by Covid-19 vaccines.
GBP/CHF: choose a level for selling
Information is not investment advice
GBP/CHF slipped below the 50-day MA this week. The line is currently acting as resistance at 1.1905. Earlier declines below it led to bigger moves down. This allows us to expect that the fall below 1.1850 will trigger a slide to 1.1785 (38.2% Fibonacci retracement of the March-April advance) in line with the longer-term downtrend. The next key level on the downside will be at 1.1650. Moving Averages on the H4 are getting in the negative order. The overall outlook will remain bearish as long as GBP/CHF is trading below resistance at 1.2000.
Trade idea for GBP/CHF
SELL 1.1845; TP 1.1785; SL 1.1860
SELL 1.1990; TP 1.1870; SL 1.2010
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