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Latest NZD USD Analysis and Forecast

Sell off and bounce, negative bias intact

Day trade update and view

A Wednesday sell off (as also seen Tuesday) to push below .6915 support to .6899 after failing early this week back from new .7010 resistance, rejecting Monday's rebound (just above trend line resistance from May) and despite a bounce whilst capped by .7010 we see negative pressures from the sell off from mid-June through to late July down to .6878 keeping risks lower for Thursday.

Day trade setup

  • We see a downside bias for .6899, then maybe towards the new cycle low at .6878, even .6853.
  • But above .6975 aims for .7010 and opens risk up to .7044.

Intermediate-term outlook

The mid-June plunge below key .7113 support signalled an intermediate-term shift to a bear trend.

  • Downside risks: We see an intermediate-term bear trend to aim for .6508.
  • What changes this? Above .7044 shifts the intermediate-term bear trend straight to an intermediate-term bull trend.

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  1. Hellow my name is Deogratius Bosha. I am from Tanzania, i trade using Price action strategy and i use Swing method of trading. I use Stochastic as a default indicator. I trade on trending and consolidating market, i do not trade on choppy market

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