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Forex Technical Analysis
Forex Technical Analysis
The Swissy continues to look bullish except for the fact that it is soon approaching resistance. On the daily time frame price is maintaining itself above the 21, 13 and 5 ema's.
The GBP/USD is sinking slowly, sort of. Since hitting a yearly low of 1.5272 in October, we moved as high as 1.6166 and and then fell to 1.5423 in November.
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The EUR/USD pair originally had a surge upward at the start of the week to test the 1.35 level. The area has proven to be resistive again, and simply too strong for the bulls to overcome.
The GBP/USD begins its week just below the 5 ema on the weekly time frame. On the daily time frame price is up against the 13 ema with the 21 ema closing in.
The EUR/JPY begins the new week slightly above the 5 ema. The 13 ema is not too far above and I expect price to rise to the 13 then continue downward.
The Swissy begins its new week above the the weekly 5 ema. For the last few weeks this pair has been making a series of higher highs and higher lows. On the daily time frame price continues to stay above the 21 ema.
The EUR/USD begins its week just below the 5 ema on the weekly time frame. Price will more than likely need to head up a bit to make contact with the 5 ema so that it can continue downward.
The EUR/GBP appears to me that it is on its way upside. On the weekly time frame the 5 ema has flattened out and price seems to be pushing above it. On the daily time frame the 5 ema is beginning to cross above the 13 ema.
Up until last week the Euro had been Bearish for a month with 4 weekly candles in a row closing lower than they opened. Last week the Euro closed higher than it opened, but not by much. The last time the Euro was at this price level, it sparked a 4 week bullish run, so are we going to see this happen again?
Yesterday price action was very wild. The daily candle ended up as a spinning top. It has been a wild week due to all the ECB action. Currently we are around 5 hours before the Non-Farm Payroll report and until that release the market action will be minimal.
I begin my analysis today for the Swissy on the daily time frame. The 5 and the 13 ema's are very close to each other at this point and the stochastics is in the overbought zone crossing down and out I see that this pair may soon start to head on down.
Yesterday the EUR/USD did not have any real extraordinary price action. I knew that would be the case after the big move the day before that and topping it off the same week of the Non-Farm Payroll report and also the fact we are in the month of December which does go without saying that it is a vacationing month.
I will start with the daily chart for the EUR/JPY to begin my analysis today. I hate repeating myself too much but in the event you haven't read my analysis on the other pairs I cover I have been stating that today and in just a few hours the Non-Farm Payroll report will be released and it is the last report of the year and just around the Holiday Season, in anticipation of the report not much trading will take place.
The EUR/USD pair looks to continue the back and forth motion as the debt crisis churns on. The pair has seen quite a bit of support in the 1.31 – 1.35 area over the last two months, and every time this pair reaches that area – it gets a bounce.