Analysis of trading charts from November 29:
Today, all traders' attention will be focused on preliminary data on Eurozone's inflation. Based on forecasts, the indicators are disappointing. Inflation should accelerate from 4.1% to 4.5%. The situation is aggravated by the ECB's inaction, which scares investors in this situation. Thus, speculative activity is not excluded during the publication of data and after.
10:00 Universal time - Europe inflation
Trading plan for EUR/USD on November 30:
It is quite possible that the correction will end soon, but the maximum level for buyers is considered to be 1.1400. In this case, holding the price above the level of 1.1330 in a four-hour period will lead to a movement towards 1.1400.
The main pivot point is the price area 1.1160/1.1180. Repeated convergence of the price may increase the chance of its breakdown.
The side channel in the range of 1.3290/1.3350 will be completed soon. It can be assumed that there is a process of accumulation of trading forces. As a result, this will lead to a natural acceleration in the market.
In this situation, the most appropriate trading tactic is considered to be the method of breaking one or another border of the established range.
Buy positions should be considered after holding the price above the level of 1.3360 in a four-hour period.
Sell positions should be considered after holding the price below the level of 1.3290 in a four-hour period.
A candlestick chart view is graphical rectangles of white and black light, with sticks on top and bottom. When analyzing each candle in detail, you will see its characteristics of a relative period: the opening price, closing price, and maximum and minimum prices.
Horizontal levels are price coordinates, relative to which a stop or a price reversal may occur. These levels are called support and resistance in the market.
Circles and rectangles are highlighted examples where the price of the story unfolded. This color selection indicates horizontal lines that may put pressure on the quote in the future.
The up/down arrows are the reference points of the possible price direction in the future.