Considering all of the above, also the GBPCHF pair, against our expectations has, consolidated on one more upside. Let us be clear that this is still a consolidation, and not a reversal, which means that, even if it breaks the top over 1.35, it will still go down, at least to break the low (if it's part of a bigger for more upside, or will drop down to the weekly as per our previous daily overview if it's the beginning of this daily downside.
What matters to us, at this moment, is that we don't want to miss this sell again, as even just to the previous low, it has a great profit potential. Watch for breaks of the 4hr trend. For a more conservative approach, wait for a first impulse to the downside, wait for a small correction of said impulse on the 60min timeframe, even better if it happens just above or just below the aforementioned 4hr , and sell the break of said correction with a stop loss above it.
If you feel that our analyses and views may be a useful complement to your trading strategies and in order to be notified in real time with our updates on the lower timeframes, please remember to click on the Follow button.
Remember that you can double check the bigger structures that are at play are on the weekly and daily time frames also by scrolling around the charts in the lower 4hr and 60min timeframes (right and left, up and down).
Trade with care and only with a backtested strategy that has proven to work in relation to your invested capital, risk appetite and potential small losses you might incur in before profiting from a good trade.
Thank you for viewing.
We have not analyzed GBPJPY, sorry.