Breakout Identified in USDCHF
The Breakout Opportunities system has just sold USDCHF at 0.92662. The system recommends entering this trade at any price between 0.92541 and 0.92788. The signal was issued because the USDCHF has broken its 24-hour low while our Speculative Sentiment Index was at 4.07837, suggesting that the USDCHF may have further to fall. A stop loss has been set at the 24-hour high of 0.93168 and a profit target has been set at the 1 Day ATR level at 0.92179. The system will move the stop to the next 24-hour high every time that 24-hour high is lower than the previous 24-hour high. Breakout Opportunities is a breakout strategy that aims to catch the significant moves that typically happen when currencies break through technical support or resistance.
Signal ID: 75462
Time Issued: Monday, 22 March 2021 08:57:15 GMT
Entry: 0.92541 – 0.92788
Stop Loss: 0.93168
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