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If the U.S. and China can really strike a trade deal soon, I’d want to be ready with a long comdoll play. Here’s why NZD/CHF might be a good pick.

Long NZD/CHF Idea

I’ve decided to play the Kiwi for a possible risk-on move in the days ahead since it might have more room to climb compared to the Aussie. Looking at the trend strength analysis of NZD pairs on MarketMilk™ reveals that NZD/CHF looks ready to switch over to bullish territory soon:

NZD Trend Strength

Its longer-term trend still seems to be bearish as indicated by the descending channel on the daily time frame, but it looks like a small double bottom reversal pattern is forming.

A break above the neckline around the .6400 handle could be enough to confirm that a bigger rally might follow, possibly taking the pair back to the channel top around .6650. Stochastic is still pointing up to show that bulls have the upper hand.

NZD/CHF Daily Forex Chart
NZD/CHF Daily Forex Chart

Meanwhile, the franc remains under pressure on the persistent threat of SNB intervention, as well as the improvement in risk appetite.

I haven’t set any actual orders yet since I’d like to get more clarity on U.S.-China negotiations before hopping in. I’d prefer to hop in when major headlines turn out positive AND price is able to bust through nearby resistance levels.

It would take a big pickup in volatility to convince me to enter this trade, though, as NZD/CHF typically moves an average of 50.9 pips per day.

NZD/CHF Volatility

I might need to wait until Thursday to see a strong move for this pair, but I’m eyeing an entry around .6425 with a 75-pip stop. As for my target, I’m looking at the channel top and might aim for .6625 for a 2.67-to-1 R:R.

What do you guys think?

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