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NZD/USD: kiwi is storming a fortress
2019-11-11 • Updated
BUY 0.7165 SL 0.711 TP1 0.7265 TP2 0.739
BUY 0.7090 SL 0.7025 TP1 0.7190 TP2 0.7265 TP3 0.7390
On the daily chart, NZD/USD bulls managed to get above resistance at 0.7250-0.7265. Never the less, the fight for this important level continues. If the pair reaches 113% target of the “Shark” pattern, bears will be able to counterattack.
On H1, NZD/USD bulls keep controlling the situation. Sustainable uptrend allows traders to buy on the pullbacks to 23.6%, 38.2% and 50% оof the wave CD of the “Shark” pattern.
If you've followed my analyses closely for a while now you'll already understand why I always look to the price action on the DXY (US Dollar) chart for clarity on how to approach trading the major pairs. Looking at the chart above, we see clearly the descending wedge leading price off right into the PIVOT demand zone
The US Dollar has been remarkably sluggish for the past few weeks despite being within a distinct Demand zone. My expectation of a springing rebound off the demand zone has not exactly played out yet, however, the zone remains unbroken.
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