Oooh la la! Check out that sexy pair of double bottoms on the 4-hour chart of Cable. Siiizlin’, right? All you cool cats who have gone through the School of Pipsology probably know that this chart pattern is usually taken as a sign of a reversal. But don’t get too excited about seeing the pair rally back up to 1.5600 just yet. Who knows, there may still be enough bears in the market to push the pair below 1.5400.
Now it’s time to rise and shine and check out this rising trend line on USD/JPY. It seems like dollar bulls have been cruisin’ up the charts for the past couple of weeks and the pair could soon be on its way back above 77.00. Well, that is if support at the trend line holds. So keep close tabs on it! A strong break below 76.60 may mean that USD/JPY could soon tumble to 76.00.
Lastly, here’s NZD/USD on the 4-hour time frame. Using the Fibonacci retracement tool, we see that the bulls are struggling to push the pair above the 38.2% Fib level. Heck, a shooting star even formed at the resistance area and a bearish divergence also materialized with Stochastic already in the overbought territory. Does this mean the bears will pounce on the pair soon? Maybe. But don’t get too carried away shorting the Kiwi. Be on your toes for a bullish a candlestick as it could signal that NZD/USD is on its way back up to .7900.
To get the complete picture and avoid getting blindsided by economic data, you also have to do your fundamental analysis.