The GBPUSD formed price action sell signals on the 1hr, 4hr, and daily charts on Friday after a false break of Thursday’s highs. We discussed the 1hr sell signal in the member’s forum and posted up a chart just before it came off to the downside.
The 1hr chart formed a very large pin bar reversal, this pin bar is very large and well-defined and represents what a quality 1hr pin bar should look like. There was also a very nice 4hr pin bar that signified rejection of Thursday’s highs.
The Daily GBPUSD chart also formed a bearish pin bar that is counter-trend but could influence lower prices next week. We can see a fairly obvious support level near 1.5750.
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