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AUD/USD .9200 Lines Up as an Important Level

AUD/USD .9200 Lines Up as an Important Level

Jamie Saettele, CMT, Sr. Technical Strategist

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AUD/USD .9200 Lines Up as an Important Level

Chart Prepared by Jamie Saettele, CMT using Marketscope 2.0

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-“A final high (above the April high) is possible in order to complete impulses at multiple degrees of trend (from the May low and January low). That high appears to be in place. The high so far is on 7/1, which is a day that exhibited high volume. The action after a high volume day suggests that the new high was exhaustive in nature.”

-The rate has followed through on its reversal week. Ultimately, the confluence of former lows and the 200 DMA at .9200 could provide important support. Failure to hold that level would open up retracement levels at .9080 and .8980.

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