AUD/JPY has been on a tear higher but the pair is now approach the major psychological handle of 80.00. At the same time, we’re seeing a divergence form between price and the Stochastic indicator, a potential signal that short-term bounce off of resistance may be in the cards. If you’re still long biased on the pair, a pullback to the rising moving averages may draw in the next set of buying if there will be one.
Since the Sterling flash crash, GBP/JPY made another attempt to go lower only to find strong support around the major psychological level of 125.00. The pair is at a major short-term inflection point as it tests the 200 moving average on the 1-hour chart, a situation that could draw short-term sellers back in. And using the Fibonacci tool, we can assume Fib players are checking this area out as well as a potential short play with the Brexit story still in play.
CHF/JPY has been in consolidation mode since September, probably frustrating for sellers who’ve been on that long-term downtrend on the higher timeframes since ‘Nam (okay, maybe not that long). It looks like we’re near the point of breakout, so this one should definitely go on a watchlist to pair up with a fundamental catalyst if we get one. Remember the longer-term play is the downtrend, so a downside breakout may be the better opportunity, but the yen has been on a heck of a run for so long that there may be some profit takers lurking out there to give an upside break a boost.
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