As you all can notice, within the primary "B" there have been a number of minor corrections, but what is really important to look at is how, at a certain point, the pair has begun to make an formation to the upside. Leading diagonals are one of our favorite reversal indicators, and in this case the pair should have broke the diagonal to the downside, at some point. What is misleading, in all of this, is that not only the pair never broke to the downside, but instead, it spiked up for one more move to the upside.
However, and this is where most traders are mislead, this small movement does not change the overall bigger picture. In other words, the mere fact that the price went up a little more, does not invalidate what the structure has been signaling all along until that point - i.e. that the big downwards movement is about to commence. And if we are right about our analysis and about our understanding of how structure of these financial instruments behaves in general, in the bigger picture the bigger structure will complete itself with it's "C" leg, taking the price towards the 1.36 - 1.30 area. Updates on smaller timeframes will follow.
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