How low can the Kiwi go? On its 1-hour time frame, the pair recently broke below the neckline of a head and shoulders pattern, indicating a possible downtrend. The pair has pulled up to the broken support level and seems ready to resume its drop. With stochastic still pointing down, NZD/USD might be on its way to test the previous lows around the .8250 level or make new ones!
Now here’s a reversal chart pattern that’s just getting ready to play out! AUD/NZD seems to have gotten enough of its declines and may be ready to start a new trend. An inverse head and shoulders formation can be seen on its 4-hour chart and the pair has yet to break above the neckline around the 1.0900 major psychological level. Stochastic isn’t offering any good clues at the moment, but an upside break could be the start of a 500-pip rally.
If reversals ain’t your thang, then here’s a simple potential range play for you. AUD/JPY is currently stuck in the middle of its range on the 1-hour time frame, forming a bit of consolidation around the 92.00 major psychological level. Stochastic is moving up, suggesting that a break higher might be likely. If that happens, the pair can still climb all the way up to the top of the range around 93.00. A downside break, on the other hand, could mean a move back to 91.00.
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