Please be noted that on both daily as well as weekly charts, the bull swings seem to have been absolutely exhausted at around stiff resistance of 1.7365 levels and at the channel resistance. Ever since then, steep slumps have been evidenced.
Yes indeed, the resembling candle appear in the previous weeks at 1.7415 levels, as a result, the current prices have gone below 7EMAs in the consolidation phase.
On the flip side, despite a stern rally during last weekend, the price behavior from last two weeks of streaks still prevails.
Any break below support at 1.7276 & 1.7220-7185 levels indicates the extension of further price slumps, otherwise, watch out for break-out above a stiff resistance of 1.7365 levels for the northward journey, while both the leading & lagging indicators have been little indecisive on daily terms and to favor selling interests on weekly terms.
In intermediate trend, both and oscillators are suggestive of intensified momentum as they constantly converge downwards to the price dips.
On the other hand, has also been quite indicative of the prolonged travel.
Although the intermediate trend spikes through with double-top formation (top 1 at 1.7173 and top 2 at 1.7650), now on the verge of extending 3rd top at 1.7996 as it has shown the failure swings exactly at channel resistance with price sustenance below 7WMA, both leading oscillators indicate intensified selling momentum in the overbought zone (refer weekly terms).
Trade tips: Contemplating above technical reasoning, price swings on either side has more chances. With the double touch binary options trade, at spot reference: 1.7320 we advocate choosing upper strikes 1.7365 and lower strikes 1.7305 levels in which the options trader reckons that the price of the underlying spot FX would hit these strikes before the option expiration time.
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