Geometric Intraday Trade Idea (GITI) – GBP/CHF 1Hr

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Which Instrument & Time Frame?

As shown in the chart above, the GBP/CHF  on a 1Hr chart at the time of analysis was trading at the 1.2616 area.

Which direction?

Overall, based on the three time frames; 1Hr, 4Hr & the Daily chart, this pair appears to be strongly Bearish.

What pattern?

From a ‘Geometric ’pattern’s perspective, a Bearish ‘ABCD’ pattern is believed to have formed offering a Short opportunity if one is entering the trade from C to D. It’s potentially undergoing a correction through this C to D move reaching out to the blue zone at D point before potentially before making rebounding.

How to Trade it?

Geometrically speaking, intraday traders could benefit from a short-term Short trade with an ideal entry below the psychological 1.2620 level aiming your ideal TP before prices reaching the next psychological area of 1.2550 . As for the Stop Loss (SL) level, one could apply the 1:1 risk to reward ratio where the number of pips you are willing to risk could equal the number of potential pips in profit. There is still an approximate 100 to 150 pips opportunity from the probable entry area to the TP level if prices are not too far off the price mentioned of where it is trading at present.

Happy Geometric Pipping !

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Kenny Simon is an FX trader and educator that took the initial ideas of Geometric Trading and further improved them by combining with Fibonacci Ratios and background in Psychology studies. Kenny Simon is a Certified Professional Business Coach (iPMA).

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Kenny Simon is an FX trader and educator that took the initial ideas of Geometric Trading and further improved them by combining with Fibonacci Ratios and background in Psychology studies. Kenny Simon is a Certified Professional Business Coach (iPMA).

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