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AUD/USD: bears stopped sleeping
2019-11-11 • Updated
SELL 0.78 SL 0.7855 TP1 0.769 TP2 0.76
BUY 0.7885 SL 0.7835 TP 0.8
On the daily chart, AUD/USD keeps trading within “Shark” and “Crab” patterns. After a pullback to 38.2% of the last descending wave, bears try to restore the downtrend. In order to do this, they need to settle above 0.7816. On the other hand, the return of the pair to the short-term downtrend channel will return the initiative to bulls.
On H1, a break of diagonal support in form of the lower border of the uptrend channel will strengthen the odds of the pair’s reaching the interim targets at 88.6% and 127.2% of the “Crab” pattern.
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