Breakout alert! AUD/JPY is testing the 79.50 minor psychological (MiPs) handle, which lines up with a descending triangle resistance on the 1-hour time frame. What makes this setup more interesting is that stochastic is also chillin’ in the overbought territory. Think AUD/JPY is about to revisit its triangle support at 78.50? A short trade at the current levels with stops above the trend line could work if you’re one of them Aussie bears while a break-and-retest play could get you some pips if you’re trading a potential upside breakout. In any case, make sure you use wide stop losses. Crosses like these can be volatile, yo!
I spy with my cool, bedroom eyes a possible reversal in the making! USD/CAD has just bounced from the 1.2900 handle, which has been an area of interest for the pair since October 2015. In fact, it’s looking a lot like the resistance level from April and May is turning out to be a support level for the pair. What’s more, the 100 SMA has just crossed ABOVE the 200 SMA on the 4-hour chart. Think we’re looking at an uptrend in the making? Keep close tabs on this one, bruh!
Trend traders huddle up! GBP/JPY is lollygagging at the 160.00 levels, which is where the 50% to 61.8% Fibonacci retracement levels are on the daily time frame. Right now the pair is also testing the 100 SMA. A bounce from the moving average line could point us to more downside moves for the pair. On the other hand, a successful break above the SMA and the consolidation would open the pair for possible upside moves all the way to its previous highs. What do you think?
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