EUR/CHF : 1.0717
EUR/CHF: Major wave 5 trough ended at 0.8426 and correction has commenced from there for subsequent gain towards 1.1400-1.1500.
The single currency remained confined within near term established narrow range and further sideways trading is in store, euro’s retreat from 1.0825 (this month’s high) has retained our bearish view for weakness to 1.0650-60, however, break of support at 1.0622 is needed to confirm early erratic decline from 1.1201 (2016 high) has resumed, bring subsequent selloff to 1.0550 and possibly towards 1.0500 but oversold condition should prevent sharp fall below latter level and reckon 1.0390-00 would hold from here, risk from there has increased for a rebound later.
To recap our preferred count, the decline from 1.6828 (end wave (B)) is labeled as the beginning of wave (C) which should unfold as an impulsive move with 1: 1.5326, 2: 1.6377 and wave 3 is sub-divided into (i): 1.4300, (ii): 1.5880 and wave (iii) is still unfolding with (1): 1.4577, (2): 1.5448 and wave (3) is an extended 3rd with i: 1.5006, ii: 1.5383, wave iii: 1.3073, then wave iv ended at 1.3925 and wave v at 1.3073, wave (4) ended at 1.3925 and wave (5) has ended at 1.2765 which also marked the low of wave (iii) and wave (iv) has ended at 1.3835 and wave (v) as well as larger degree wave 3 has ended at 1.0075. The selloff from 1.2650 signals wave 4 has ended there and we are taking a view that the wave 5 could also have ended 0.8426, hence consolidation is seen with mild upside bias for rebound to 1.1000 first, then towards 1.1400.
On the upside, expect recovery to be limited to 1.0750-60 and bring another decline. Only above said resistance at 1.0825 would abort and signal low has been formed, bring a stronger rebound to 1.0850 and later towards resistance at 1.0898 which is likely to cap euro’s upside, the pair shall head back south again from there.
Recommendation: Hold short entered at 1.0750 for 1.0550 with stop above 1.0825.
The long-term downtrend started from 1.9626 (Apr 1985) to 1.4166 (Sep 1995) is treated as wave (A) with A:1.6285 (Dec 1987), B: 1.9342 (May 1992) and C: 1.4166, then wave (B) ended at 1.6828 with A: 1.7147 (Feb 1997), B: 1.4398 (Sep 2001), C: 1.6828 (Nov 2007), therefore, wave (C) is now in progress with the breakdown indicated as above. This wave (C) already met indicated downside target at 1.1455/60 and 1.1300, it could have ended at 0.8426, consolidation with mild upside bias is seen for gain to 1.1000 and later towards 1.2000.