GBP/DKK broke above its sideways range on Sept. 12 but quickly fell back, and today it has bounced strongly off of the 68.2% Fibonacci retracement level.
I'm not yet ready to declare it a directional play for my own trading, but the Fib picture, the strong bounce and the bullish 40/10 moving averages suggest that the pair is worth watching.
GBP/JPY has been pressing against a declining lower boundary of the 20-day price channel since Sept. 6. Today so far is a pullback into the channel, but I'm looking to climb aboard for a short ride with the next breakout.
The hour-chart has been in an uptrend since 10 a.m. Eastern on Monday.
(I do have huge misgivings about JPY -- I could see Tokyo doing what Geneva did to CHF: Massive and sudden intervention to protect against a further strengthening of the yen.
GBP/USD is showing a similar price-channel pattern. No intervention fears, though, which probably makes it the safer play.
- phase: 20-day price channel phase, with green for bull trend, red for bear trend and yellow for neutral trend.
- trend: Price direction, green for higher highs and higher lows, red for lower highs and lower lows, yellow for neither.
- adx: Average directional index location, indicating the strength, or the temperature, of the trend. Orange for 40 or greater, aqua (light blue) for 25 and up but below 40, magenta (light purple) for 20 and up but below 25, and brown for anything below 20. (Mnemonic: Orange for the overhead sun, blue for the surrounding sky, magenta for sunset on the horizon and brown for the earth.)
- 200/50: The moving average cross, green for the 50-day ma above the 200, red for below and yellow for closely aligned.
- 40/10: The moving average cross, green for the 10-day ma above the 40, red for below and yellow for closely aligned.
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