GU on Triangle Trendline.. breakout upper trendline will become Uptrend a.k.a Long Position a.k.a Buy.. 1st Resistance on 1.4350 just breakout.. yesterday.. GU wanna reach 2nd Resistance on 1.4400.. if breakout again.. GU will changed trend to Uptrend, Strong Buy and Long Position (Standby on Buy Stop at entry price 1.4425).. for now.. I'm still on Short Position a.k.a Sell at entry price 1.4393 (Better short position on entry price 1.4400).. if someone already make Sell Order on that's price.. congrate to Bearish Trader.. because you already got 75+ - 80+ pips...
I, personally, doubt that the pair will be able to break above 1.4440 before the market closes later today. I do think, however, that next week we will see a breakout above that level. On the other hand if it bounces off that resistance we can expect a further move to the downside towards 1.4000 again, in my opinion.
A poll by Saga with 8000 people over 50: 45% for brexit, 41% for remain.
In the YouGov poll, conducted on Monday and Tuesday, 42 per cent said they would vote for Brexit, up by three points in two weeks. 41 per cent said they wanted Britain to remain in the EU, up by one point.
With the ‘don’t know’ answers removed, 51 per cent backed Brexit compared to 49 per cent for ‘Remain’ - marking a switch from the previous poll two weeks ago.
Reports of less immigration by OECD, and no trade agreement from Obama, which is well received by people who are against the TTIP trade agreement
And with the growing risk for Brexit. The GBP is very likely to fall over the coming two months.
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