CHF/JPY: Swiss Yen free falling from the Highs

Published date: 11/03/2019

The Swiss Franc currently trading at 110.120 against the Japanese Yen towards the end of today's London session.

Following up from my previous article we saw nice rejection from our descending trendline lining up with our daily resistance at 112.000. After forming a hanging man at the highs we fell a good 180 PIPs breaking back below our weekly key-level as well as a break of our ascending counter trendline.

Where to next do you ask? Looking at the Daily we can see the price is currently taking a breather after such a sharp fall. Dropping down to a 4-hour we can see that price is currently trapped in a minor area of consolidating where I am looking for a break before taking a position on this pair. If we break to the upside I am looking for lower swing high which will be a better place to sell from as illustrated in the screenshot above!

Our next level of support for the pair is in and around the middle of the flash-crash low at 108.000 where I would be targeting next for the pair. My only concern for this position remains the fact that the US & China trade deal have not yet been sorted out and thus affecting overall risk sentiment which influences the Japanese Yen. So what would invalidate this position for myself would be a break back above our minor daily resistance at 112.000.

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  • CHF/JPY: Swiss Yen free falling from the Highs
    Kaveshan says:

    Such an amazing article!!! You're helping beginners like myself in more ways than you know!

  • CHF/JPY: Swiss Yen free falling from the Highs
    Jake says:

    Awesome analysis as always, won't take this for granted. Would like to see GJ on the technicals

  • CHF/JPY: Swiss Yen free falling from the Highs
    Alexis says:

    Great chart! If price still above 110.00 and good candles at this zone, pullback before the next bearish leg it's probable

  • CHF/JPY: Swiss Yen free falling from the Highs
    Danilo says:

    Great as always! Thank you very much for sharing your knowledge. It would be great to see more GBPAUD and USDCHF

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