Last week marked the consolidation for the most active assets of March 1-15 (which is oil and gold). But next week has a lot to show, be ready to take part!
AUD/CAD rising inside intermediate impulse wave (3)
2019-11-11 • Updated
- AUD/CAD rising inside intermediate impulse wave (3)
- Next buy target - 1.0250
AUD/CAD has been rising sharply in the last few trading sessions inside the intermediate impulse wave (3) - which started earlier from the combined support area lying between the parity, lower daily Bollinger Band and the 50% Fibonacci retracement of the previous sharp upward impulse (1) from January. The upward reversal from this support area created the daily Japanese candlesticks reversal pattern Hammer.
AUD/CAD is expected to rise to the next buy target at the round resistance level 1.0250 (top of wave B) – the breakout of which can lead to further gains toward 1.0330 (top of impulse (1)).
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