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NZD/CHF falling inside primary impulse wave ③
2019-11-11 • Updated
- NZD/CHF falling inside primary impulse wave ③
- Next buy target - 0.9800
NZD/CHF continues to fall inside the primary impulse wave ③, which started earlier from the resistance zone lying between the key resistance level 0.7320 (which stopped the previous impulse waves 3 and 5,as can be seen from the weekly NZD/CHF chart below) and the upper weekly Bollinger Band. Given the strength of the aforementioned resistance zone and the overbought reading on the weekly Stochastic indicator - NZD/CHF is expected to fall further to next sell target at the next round support level 0.7000 (which reversed earlier wave B).
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