On April 9, the bearish trend was resumed towards the level of 1.4550 where a lower daily bottom (which initiated the ongoing bullish swing) was reached.
A daily closure above 1.5060 exposed the next resistance levels at 1.5400 and 1.5450 where a temporary bearish pullback took place on April 29.
The next bullish swing extended up to the levels of 1.5750-1.5800 which offered few valid sell entries (depicted with red arrows). The final bearish target at 1.5450 was already reached.
Recently, strong bullish pressure was applied against the resistance levels around 1.5800 via the ongoing bullish swing.
That is why, the resistance level at 1.5800 was temporarily breached. Hence, GBP/USD bulls pursued towards 100% Fibonacci Expansion located around 1.5900.
Significant bearish rejection was expressed around the zone of 1.5900-1.5930. Since then, a major bearish swing has been taking place.
Recently, the level of 1.5555 (prominent demand level/depicted uptrend line) was obviously breached earlier this week due to excessive bearish pressure. This enhanced the bearish side of the market towards 1.5360.
As suggested in previous articles, conservative traders should have waited for the recent bullish pullback towards 1.5550 for a low-risk SELL entry (it got triggered earlier today). S/L should be placed above the level of 1.5620.
On the other hand, the price levels of 1.5360 and 1.5250 are the nearest SUPPORT levels to meet the GBP/USD pair. Both should be watched for early signs of bullish rejection to exit our suggested SELL entry.