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The euro's rally has gone much deeper than I would have liked to see for my impulsive count to remain in high confidence. Breaking out to a new high makes this structure shown above look very similar to what we saw in November 2010 to January 2011 where most wavers were trying to label a clear 3 wave move as an impulsive decline. The result was a confirmation of the 3 wave decline being a correction and a sharp and long rally to new highs ensued for months. Well this structure above on the 8hr chart is starting to look a lot like that structure on the daily chart I just mentioned. If correct, then my count above is wrong and the euro is getting ready to blast off higher again. But we'll see. I'm not as convinced of the euro's bullish potential like I am for stocks. So I want to see how the euro trades the rest of the day and into the overnight session tonight. Follow through to the upside would knock me out of the short side and put me on the sidelines. But a reversal lower would keep me firmly bearish.
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