So after a long struggle, EU turned bullish this week, as I predicted last week. And the bull run ended at 580-630, like expected, since that was the last FED resistance. This will be an important barrier to focus on next week. Right now bulls seem to be gaining strength to be able to break above…looking at H4, there is a lot of potencial for a strong bull move. The question is if we see a downmove first, when the week starts…we are now at 560…and I wouldn’t be surprised if we re-tested 500 or even lower. Even a fake break of 350 is still not out of question, but it doesn’t seem likely now. I am just saying, that even if we did start with a strong bearish move, for whatever reason, I would remain bullish…so the deeper we go, the better entries for the bulls into 850-950 as a first big target, after breaking above 630. If you look at the longterm USD chart, bulls are again weakening at the current strong supply zone…and when they give up, there should be a big drop of 500-1000 pips. So in my opinion, its better to collect longs at these levels than shorts…because fundamentally, everything that could go wrong, already went wrong…even the situation in Ukraine is not much of news anymore…the market seems to be focusing more on ECB talking about hiking for the first time in more than 10 years.