Daily Chart Art – December 17, 2013

AUD/USD: 4-hour


Aussie bears, be careful! AUD/USD is currently testing its yearly lows around the .8950 minor psychological support level while stochastic is making its way out of the oversold region. This suggests that a bounce might be in the cards, but who knows how long that will last? If selling pressure remains strong, the pair might still have a chance at making new lows. Didn’t RBA Governor Stevens say he wanted AUD/USD to trade around .8500?

AUD/JPY: 4-hour

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Here’s another potential bounce for the Aussie. AUD/JPY has been trading inside a falling channel for the past few months and it seems that the bottom of the range might hold as support once again. I’m seeing a bullish divergence on the 4-hour time frame, as the pair has made higher lows while stochastic drew lower lows. A rally could take the pair back to the top of the channel around the 93.50 minor psychological resistance.

GBP/AUD: 1-hour


If you can’t get enough of trend channels, then here’s another one just for you! On its 1-hour time frame, GBP/AUD is moving inside an ascending channel and is getting ready to test the bottom around the .8100 handle. A bounce from that area could push the pair back to the top of the channel near the .8400 mark. Do you think the trend will be your friend?

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  • FxSniper

    AUDUSD is now strongly bearish and if I wanted to join that trend, I would wait for a potential pullback to the pivotal 0.9144 area. That would be a sweet spot for bears

  • Booty

    Am i getting this wrong or is the Divergence shown on Aud/jpy a hidden (bearish) Divergence which hints to a trend continuation (which is slightly downward) ???

    • Jougasaki

      No its a hidden bullish, but i think its played out allready in that example.

      • Booty

        Right, i was confused by the fact, that a hidden bullish divergence usualy happens in an uptrend, which isnĀ“t the fact here…

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