Based on a monthly chart going back to 2010, AUDJPY has clear distinct levels and is breaking down systematically. Here it has clear proposition to test 52-week low at 80.50. After 80, 74 becomes an attractive proposition.
Based on these patterns, we are in consolidation phase before main trend asserts itself. However I look at these 3 charts of AUDUSD, AUDJPY and SG30, bullish is not the word to describe.
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.
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.
This post follows up two previous observations. A high probability reversal setup spotted in AUDJPY on 25 January 2018 and a similar setup spotted in NZDUSD last week 15 March 2018. AUDJPY is confirmed and moving along nicely while NZDUSD is perched at the edge of confirmation.
This is a post-CNY update with a look at CME odds of a March rate hike (83%). Additionally I take a closer look at JP225 and SG30. JP225 is clearly the weaker leg in the correction and their relative performance suggests JP225 has more to lose. For SG30, recall that 399 is a strong level to test.
AUDJPY, SiMSCI and HSI demonstrated very high levels of positive correlation in the past but this correlation ‘fell apart’ since 2017. Is this correlation still valid? If valid, what does AUDJPY’s recent trend portend for traders in these two Asian indices? Is it time to converge? Indices to fall some more?