CADCHF bearish breakout | 30th June 2021

FX:CADCHF   Canadian Dollar/Swiss Franc
CADCHF has seen a bearish breakout from the ascending trendline support-turned-resistance, and is now holding below the descending trendline and Ichimoku cloud resistances. We could see a potential reversal at Sell Entry, in line with 50% Fibonacci retracement , 78.6% Fibonacci extension and horizontal pullback resistance, and further drop towards Take Profit level, in line with 100% Fibonacci extension and horizontal swing low support. RSI is also holding below the descending trendline resistance.

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