Watch out, we have a potential breakout setup over here! The euro bulls are finding trouble making new highs on EUR/USD‘s 4-hour chart, but it also looks like the 1.2250 area is holding as a strong support. Will the bulls and bears have a showdown soon? Read up on trading breakouts if you’re plannin’ on trading this one!
NZD/USD spent more than two weeks erasing most of its gains, but was the move just a major retracement? The daily chart suggests so, as the pair has just bounced off the 38.2% Fib. What makes this setup more interesting is that the 38.2% Fib lines up nicely with a former broken resistance. Remember, whenever price passes through a resistance level, that level normally becomes support. Stochastic also indicates that the pair is almost oversold, which could mean that it could move higher soon.
Aww, snap! Is that a break I see? It would seem that price has already traded below support at the neckline of the head and shoulders pattern on the 4-hour time frame. But with Stochastic already in the oversold territory, it looks like the bear rally is losing steam. I’d watch out for the area around 1.0460 if I were you. It looks like the pair could pull back to the 38.2% Fibonacci retracement level and test the neckline for resistance. If there are enough sellers in the area, we could see AUD/USD slip below 1.0400. However, a strong upside break could mean that the pair is on its way back up to 1.0600.
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