Note: this is of course NOT suitable for trading. Beware.
- protecting your savings (by going into USD)
- determining the overall trend (which pressure prevails, when going down to lower time frames?)
- as well as determining important levels we might otherwise forget about.
Concluding: continued downside pressure is what you'd be looking for,, the current frenzy in EURUSD is NOT changing that at all.
When trading the shorter swings, positions to the downside should be taken around 1.12 / 1.19 (if it ever gets that far). I am convinced the latter level won't be breached after this Fed day, setting us up for the next long term leg down towards parity. By then.... a positive divergence might be giving a screaming buy - but we're far from that.
FYI: over the months I have been pulling my EUR assets into USD assets. Long term, I mean - not even relating to trading. Would be great to see 0.80 some day in 2019 :o)
This is not going to end well in the long run for EUR...