Relatively well behaved and a little bogged down of late due to both spot prices rising  in strong uptrends


AUDNZD finds itself caught in a falling wedge. The pattern has a higher chance of producing a bullish outcome in the long run, yet frustrating to trade as it bounces around within the trendlines.

Wedges are often mistaken for triangles or pennants – In the case of a falling wedge we need to see lower lows and lower highs within a contracting range. They tend to work much better on charts viewed on an Hourly timeframe or above

I’ve been playing / daytrading the edges on this one and now looking for a possible break, or another turn lower as we approach the top of the pattern……The longer term chart below shows the situation of the wedge relative to the price action.





A few decent trading opportunities were taken from what at first glance seems a rather boring and mundane chart. A break out and up towards the 61.8% fib from the late October highs to January low is what’s needed to set this one alight .

A move out of the pattern and an attack on the  1.1015  area will have me adding to my long exposure .







Horatio Dubsly

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