If not in, there're a variety of ways of joining this trend, via either some kind of options on currency ETFs, or going long GBPUSD with a wide stop loss (ideally on a retracement, but might not happen for a while) or any GBP cross with a suitable setup (I'm in GBPAUD currently, since it offered a very clear entry at 1.852, currently at break even).
Use GBPUSD as your map for trading other GBP crosses, you can long all of them (maybe except Yen pairs for now) until GBPUSD hits the mode at 1.53, then it can either turn back down, or break it and rally to at least 1.68.
Monitor monthly , once it gets overbought, we should book some profits from our GBP longs.
I'll update with new entries if we get any, for now, stand aside if not in some gbp long.
If not in, go long GBPCAD now, see my other publication, use a 1 or 3 daily ATR stop loss. 447 pips for 3 atr.
Long term position.
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Try to at least go long GBPUSD at market, stop under 1.4375.
The other GBP longs are working nicely overall.
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But, GBPAUD, GBPCAD and GBPNZD remain interesting as longer term longs after the corrections are done. You can time the entry looking at GBPUSD, and the quote currency's USD pair. When one is overextended, go for mean reversion in that one.