FXEMPIRE
All
Corona Virus
Stay Safe, FollowGuidance
World
13,134,673Confirmed
573,302Deaths
7,659,360Recovered
Fetching Location Data…
Advertisement
Advertisement
Christopher Lewis
EUR/USD daily chart, September 20, 2017
EUR/USD daily chart, September 20, 2017

The EUR/USD pair rallied on Tuesday, testing the 1.20 level. This is an area that should continue to offer a bit of resistance, but with the Federal Reserve looking likely to not be able to raise interest rates after the hurricanes, I suspect that this market will probably continue to go higher. Short-term pullback should be buying opportunities, and I believe that the market break above the 1.21 level above should send this market finally reaching towards the 1.25 handle above. That is my longer-term target going forward as the recent breakout measured for that move. I believe that the EUR will continue to be favored over the US dollar as the ECB looks likely to cut back on quantitative easing going forward, and of course the Federal Reserve has a lot of issues on his plate it wants. Although I believe that the Federal Reserve will eventually raise interest rates as well, I believe that the interest rate differential will eventually favor the Europeans, just as most of the market seems to as well.

Buying dips

I believe that buying dips continues to be the way forward, as the market ultimately should look at the 1.1950 level underneath for support, and possibly even at the 1.19 level. With this, I think that it will be choppy, this pair tends to be, but given enough time I do think that the buyers will win. In fact, it’s not until we break down below the 1.18 level that I would consider this market in trouble, and even then, I think that there is plenty of support near the 1.15 handle. Ultimately, I believe that being patient and waiting for signs of life will be the way to go. I think that the Federal Reserve may say just enough to send this market to the upside.

Advertisement

EUR/USD Forecast Video 20.9.17

Don't miss a thing!
Discover what's moving the markets. Sign up for a daily update delivered to your inbox

Latest Articles

See All

Expand Your Knowledge

See All

Trade With A Regulated Broker

  • Your capital is at risk