Will The Bears Keep Pushing Lower On EURCHF

Trade Idea: Will The Bears Keep Pushing Lower On EURCHF

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Potential Trade Setup: Will The Bears Keep Pushing Lower On EURCHF

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Trend: Very Bearish

Key Levels: Broken support key level 1.1161 with next support at the 1.1056

Price Action Signal: Awaiting a break of support in line with the trend with a retest of the broken key level for a price action signal

Chart Notes: The EURCHF pair has been creating lower lows and lower highs in a strong bearish market.

With a strong bearish bias that remains intact, I am watching for future bearish movement.

Potential Trade Idea:

I am considering selling this pair again if the key level of 1.1056 is broken lower and holds as a new resistance. 

I will be looking for a strong bounce of this key level with a nice bearish reversal candlestick pattern.

(On this setup, It also may provide a 4-hour entry with a quick test of this key level)

This setup will have plenty of free space if price does break lower with the overall trend. Giving the trade idea, room to head lower to the next key level of support. 

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