AUDJPY is a potential downside continuation pattern currently doing consolidation. At the moment, it is at support from last year’s bottom. A new 52-week low printed first quarter this year suggests further lows. Negative implications to stock indices if previous correlation is still valid.
2 overlays, 8 charts of EURUSD, AUDUSD, NZDUSD, USDJPY, USDCNH, GBPUSD. Discussion of relative strength between major currencies, rotational play as well as their trend, major support and resistance zones.
7 long term stock charts from 3 countries for mid to long term investors. EEM, XLRE, XLE, XLU, OCBC (O39.si), SPH (T39.si) and TVB (511.hk).
AUDSGD prints a high probability reversal pattern with a combination of multiple bullish features including 1) confluence of trend lines on weekly 2) W-shaped double bottom on daily chart 3) bullish expansion terminated previous week-week trend.
Pairs are USDSGD, EURUSD, AUDUSD and EURAUD. Support and resistance levels drawn based on End-Of-day Close (forex pairs based on GMT+3, XAUUSD GMT+2). Charts from MT4. Transparent blue arrow and triangle indicate trend, red line shows current momentum.
Add this 3M chart of the same AUDJPY-SIMSCI divergence theme. What’s notable is that AUDJPY appears to be stepping down to a lower range where it traded between 2010 – late 2012 while SG30 remains at lofty levels.
Look at NZDJPY which has potential to fall off a cliff and make a big move. SiMSCI could have topped with a very common reversal pattern. XAUUSD is also looking toppish and could turn out to be a disappointment to gold bulls.