Across major pairs, the Swiss Franc (CHF) has been bullish creating new lows on monthly timeframes for all cross-CHF pairs. Presently, on the monthly timeframe, we have a bearish market structure.
On the daily timeframe, we are looking at a possible shift in order flow from bearish to bullish; a corrective bullish move.
On the 4-hour chart, we have a change of character (CHOCH) and break of structure (BOS) confirming the shift in order flow. How do we intend to trade this pair?
- We have an aggressive entry located at the unmitigated demand zone at a 0.55 price handle
- A conservative entry sitting below 0.5443 price handle. We favor this conservative entry since there is liquidity sitting around this region.
We have two possible exits situated around the two green fresh-order blocks (FOB) at 5.58 and 0.59 price handles respectively. Our preference is the higher FOB that has liquidity.
I strongly recommend we wait for the pair to break the Key structure Daily (KSD). Thereafter we can buy as the bearish correction targets the unmitigated order blocks.
NB: Our analysis is strictly based on supply and demand, suitable for swing traders.
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Disclaimer: I am not a financial advisor, and I am not telling you where or when to take a trade. I express my personal opinion only. Trading in financial markets involves risk. I am not responsible for any losses incurred due to your trading. I do not recommend any specific trade or action, and any trades you decide to take are your own.