The GBP/JPY has followed my previous analysis exactly as planned and even during summer holidays trading, this still remains one of the best pair to trade due to its high ATR(14)-121. At this point we have two potential POC zones, should the pair retrace. POC1 144.70-90 (38.2, bearish order block D H3) should reject the pair short term towards 144.00. But if the pair breaks 144.00 without any retracement to the upside target is D L3 – 143.74 and 143.40 – W L3/ATR Low confluence.

Have in mind that even if the pair retraces to POC2 145.15-35 (equidistant channel high, 50.0, bearish order block, EMA89, W H3, 61.8) it will still be bearish and the zone should provide a good rejection towards the POC1 and above mentioned levels. This setup will also be discussed on Session Recap webinar so feel free to join.

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