1, The Gartley
2, Rising Wedge
3, Bearish RSI Divergence
Target is based on the bottom bound of the Ascending Channel
On the flip side, price can continue to the top bound of the Ascending Channel and then drop
I am very bullish on this pair. We are having new higher highs every week.
We have a nice correction to the 61.8% of Fibo creating a double bottom pattern and follow by an engulfing candle.
Our buy zone is around 142.900 until 146.000 which is next support.
Nice week traders
UJ seems that is respecting the little trend line, but I think it will break soon. I am seeing a nice inverted head and shoulder pattern to continue long.
We will be looking for long entries on monday on the right should which is also located in the 38.2% of Fibo.
Let me know your comments about this pair.
AUDUSD broke above its multi-month trendline yesterday and closed above on a much larger than expected trade surplus and also Chinese gov report they will support the economy with aggressive stimulus in a "do what ever it takes" approach. This positive news comes at a time when Asia Pac FX is extremely bearish and oversold without much in the way of relief.
Published 01/11 - RISK ON TRADE
IF risk on sentiment returns to the market (even in the short term), JPY will continue to weaken across the board as USDJPY will push higher towards 114.50 resistance. USDJPY bulls defended the 112 handle as USTs found resistance and equities have bounced for now.
Also, new positive brexit commentary is out today, with Raab, the...
USDCHF: If you look at the weekly, and go back a few years, it's evident that when RSI is close to being overbought, it drops, dramatically! I have circled these points.
The key here is to wait until the day/week closes to see where we stand. Very rarely in the past few years has it broke from this region, so this remains a strong resistance.
You can break it...
Fundamental bias = Bearish .
Down trending sin Jan2019 mainly due to the slowdown in neighboring china. Slowdown in China began in advance of the US-China Tariffs, however the initial impact of the tariffs dented confidence globally adding to the effect. We've yet to see any impact of tariffs in hard China data, if anything in the short...
Fundamentals: CHF hasn't been acting in traditional safe haven character, with global risk sentiment in the "off" position and CHF is weakening. Unsure why this is, but if you look at yield spread between treasuries and CH10 its been widening all year as treasury yields rally and CH10 yield is relatively unchanged on the year. jan2018 spread= 250bps & Oct spread =...