Entries Categorized as 'Forex Technicals'

Charting the AUD/USD

Date February 10, 2011

Take a look at the Australian dollar chart below. Do you see the head and shoulders / triple top formation that I see? =)
The Australian employment numbers didnt make anyone happy. A deeper pullback is likely but I don’t except the AUD/USD to trade much lower than 99 cents. Remember the hawkish [...]

Breakout in SPX to Signal Breakout in Currencies?

Date September 20, 2010

The following chart shows an inverse head and shoulders breakout in the S&P. Given that currencies like to trail equities, this suggests that we could see further gains in the EUR/USD and maybe even USD/JPY.

My Favorite Trade: AUD/NZD Update Plus USD/CAD and EUR/GBP

Date March 17, 2010

Last week, I wrote that shorting AUD/NZD is my favorite trade. At that time, I said that if the currency pair rallies back above 1.31, then the uptrend has resumed and my call is wrong. However, AUD/NZD tortured me and came within 2 pips of 1.31 (1.3098) before reversing sharply lower. There [...]

British Pound: Will it Break the Range?

Date July 29, 2009

For the past four trading days, the British pound has been stuck in a 200 pip range against the U.S. dollar and a 115 pip range against the Euro. However the bottom of the range in both the GBP/USD and EUR/USD have been broken, leading currency traders to wonder if the larger range will be [...]

Floor Caving Under USD/JPY?

Date July 8, 2009

The 95 price level for USD/JPY has served as very strong support over the past few months and now that the currency pair is trading well below that price level, it appears that the floor is caving in.
The following chart illustrates the significance of the breakdown. USD/JPY is trading in sell zone, [...]