Tag Archives: USD

More Weakness Ahead On AUDUSD

Gregor Horvat

AUDUSD is finally turning lower with a very aggressive and impulsive price action from 0.7384 where pair might have reached a top of wave 4) if we consider also a broken channel support line of wave C. As such, traders must be aware of even more weakness in days ahead, especially after black wave 2 pullback that can be very interesting for shorts. more…

Short-Term Trading Idea FX GBP/USD

Vladislav Antonov

Trading opportunities for currency pair: Draghi flipped the dollar pairs. Bull divergence has formed on the daily and there’s a hammer on the weekly. If the sellers don’t manage to make ground this week, the rate will shift back to 1.5310 as part of a correction. The target is 1.4560. There’s no avoiding the correction at the moment. The recoil must be used to open new short positions. Over the short term, make purchases, but don’t wade in with large volumes against the trend. more…

EURUSD Has Formed A Bearish Wedge

Nenad Kerkez

The EURUSD has bounced from 1.0600 support and it is slowly grinding to the upside. A slow grind reflects its bearish trend as it is a fine, gradual retracement rather than a wild ,strong rally. The ECB policy board is scheduled for December 3 and we will see if ECB will take additional easing steps (further cut in the deposit rate). As i have been showing on my Session Recap webinars, the EURUSD is bearish and safest trades are short trades on rallies. more…

AUDUSD : Correction Within Downtrend

Gregor Horvat

AUDUSD stays bearish as rally from 0.6900 was made in three waves, but based on latest price action we suspect that wave 4) will be much more complex than at first sight. We are looking at a triangle now that is placed within a downtrend of a blue wave (5) that will extend to around 0.6700 by the end of the year. After that we will look for a bullish reversal that could take place in 2016. more…

EUR/USD: Bounce Possible After Best Services PMI Reading In 4.5 Years

Matt Weller

US traders are dragging themselves to work for a holiday-shortened week, though they are likely to have increasingly urgent daydreams about Thursday’s coming gluttony and tryptophan-induced afternoon naps as the week goes on. Lest we get too distracted though, there will be a number of significant economic releases in the first half of the week, including US housing data (both later this morning and on Wednesday), German IFO survey figures, “preliminary” Q3 US GDP data, consumer confidence, and durable goods orders. more…