In my previous post, USD/CHF Price Dropping Soon, I shared a graph I saw, which showed the price moving down gradually, then dipping down sharply followed by an immediate sharp bounce back up. As I stated in that post, there were two sharp dips coming even though that chart only showed one of them.
The first dip happened on Thursday when the price dropped down to .9308. Then the second dip happened on Friday when the price dipped down to .929. The price then bounced all the way back up to .945.
The charts that I see sometimes show straight lines, which identifies only the general direction. However, the actual movements are often much more volatile.
During my prayer time on Friday I saw a new chart, as shown below.
So I saw the price moving straight up then coming down gradually, but with some bouncing along the way. The slope of the line changes depending on which chart it is, but unfortunately I don’t know which one this is.
The movement up looks identical to what happened on Friday, but I don’t believe this was a historical reference because none of the previous charts have shown any historical movements. They have consistently shown only future movements so I believe this is also a future movement.
Then I saw a digital screen showing the number .45. Then the number changed to .55. My interpretation is the price is going to go almost straight up from .945 to .955. However, this was the first time I have seen digital numbers. Prior to this I have only seen charts. I also don’t know why the numbers I saw were not .945 and .955. So we’ll see what happens.
Author: James Bailey
James Bailey is a blogger, business owner, husband and father of two grown children. In 1982, he surrendered his life to the Lord Jesus Christ. In 2012, he founded Z3news.com to broadcast the message of salvation by reporting end time news before it happens.
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