Highlights include NZDUSD, DAX, and USDCAD
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Highs and Lows for the Week Ended 11/10/2017
11/8 – NZDUSD has traded into resistance (high is .6973 so far). I am looking for a turn lower. That simple.
Aftermath – We took a short at .6950 on 11/10. We remain short.
11/7 – The DAX has traded into and reversed sharply from a long term parallel. The parallel is based on the 2003-2009 trendline and extends off of the January 2014 high. That line was resistance for tops in December 2015 and May-June of this year. The rally looks complete from a wave structure standpoint on short term charts as well. Further, a DAX top may correlate with a EURUSD bottom as per the strong relationship since 10/25 (see 2 charts down).
Aftermath – The DAX followed through on the 11/7 reversal and the near term ebbs and flows in this index are helping us navigate EURUSD levels with precision. The DAX is a market that we’ll be following closely moving forward due to its clarity from both a long and short term perspective.
USDCAD 4 Hour
11/5 – One more push into 1.2969 would be ideal for a short. The 200 day average is up there too (see below)! Friday’s high volume level is 1.2734 and potential support early in the week. I’ll re-consider potential for one more push if price breaks (and stays) below Friday’s low.
Aftermath – Bought 1.2740 and was stopped out at 1.2705. The extent of the drop from the 10/27 has me questioning whether or not USDCAD will make an attempt on the well-defined 1.2970s.