Daily Price Outlook

    The GBP/USD pair's subtle decline to 1.28512, marking a 0.03% decrease on March 11, reveals a cautious market sentiment. Analyzing the 4-hour chart, the currency pair's technical structure showcases a pivot point at 1.28308, which serves as a baseline for short-term directional biases. Resistance levels identified at 1.28950, 1.29903, and 1.30912 delineate potential ceilings that could cap upward movements, whereas support levels at 1.27654, 1.26955, and 1.25977 suggest areas where buying interest might re-emerge.

    The Relative Strength Index (RSI) hovering around 70 signals that GBP/USD is approaching overbought territory, suggesting that a corrective pullback might be on the horizon. Meanwhile, the 50-Day Exponential Moving Average (EMA) at 1.26657 underscores a bullish undertone, having maintained a trajectory above this moving average.

    Given these observations, the trading strategy recommends initiating a sell position below 1.28939, targeting a take-profit level at 1.27836, while employing a stop loss at 1.29503 to mitigate potential losses. 

    GBP/USD - Trade Ideas

    Entry Price – Sell Below 1.28939

    Take Profit – 1.27836

    Stop Loss – 1.29503

    Risk to Reward – 1: 1.9

    Profit & Loss Per Standard Lot = +$1103/ -$564

    Profit & Loss Per Mini Lot = +$110/ -$56



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