The following commentary comes from an independent investor or market observer as part of TheStreet's guest contributor program, which is separate from the company's news coverage.NEW YORK ( fxtechstrategy.com) -- With a rally putting the dollar-Swiss franc currency pair firmly above 0.9180, its Sept. 22 high, at the end of the week, the pair heads into the new week on a strong footing, with more gains expected. USD-CHF had embarked on a recovery off its 2011 low at 0.7068 following its long-term weakness, correcting slightly in late August and in early September. With its short-term uptrend intact, we look for the pair to strengthen further in the new week and target 0.9340, its April 1 high. A decisive break and hold above there will leave the pair to target 0.9503, its Feb. 22 high, with a violation of that level turning the focus to 0.9772, the dollar-Swiss franc's Feb. 11 high. The pair's weekly relative strength index is bullish and pointing higher, suggesting further strength. Alternatively, dollar-Swiss franc's Sept. 22 high at 0.9180 comes in as nearby support, with a turn below there targeting 0.8928, its Sept. 12 high. A reversal of roles as support is expected to occur there, but if that fails, the pair's Sept. 15 low at 0.8647 will come in as the next support level. All in all, the pair remains biased to the upside in the short term. -- Written by Mohammed Isah. >To contact the staff member responsible for this article, click here: Ross Snel. >To follow the writer on Twitter, go to http://twitter.com/fxtechstrategy. >To submit a news tip, send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.