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Aussie and British Pound Could See Further Strength Versus US Dollar

Aussie and British Pound Could See Further Strength Versus US Dollar

David Rodriguez, Head of Product

Our sentiment-based strategies have bought the Australian Dollar and British Pound against the US Dollar (ticker: USDOLLAR) as retail forex crowds have done the opposite.

View individual currency sections:

EURUSD - Clear Euro Direction May Wait Break of $1.2875

GBPUSD - Sentiment-Based Strategies Buy GBPUSD on Risk of Bounce

USDJPY - Japanese Yen Sentiment Warns of Reversal - But When?

XAUUSD - Gold Forecast Cautiously Optimistic, but Sentiment Poses Clear Danger

SPX500 - SPX500 Forecast to Rally Further as Retail Traders Sell

AUDUSD - Australian Dollar Strength Likely as Crowd Sentiment Shifts

Weekly Summary of Forex Trader Sentiment and Changes in Positioning

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Retail forex traders have significantly scaled back long positions in the AUDUSD, and the important shift in sentiment warns that we may continue higher. British Pound sentiment has seen the start of a similar shift, and our sentiment-based strategies have bought into the AUD and GBP correction.

In the meantime we’re waiting for a bigger break in the Euro and Gold prices to take a stronger stance on the Greenback. A noteworthy drop in forex volatility suggests we may see further consolidation through near-term trading, but that does not rule out sharp intraday price swings.

Our breakout-based and trend-following strategies have given back some of their February gains on sideways price action, but we’re optimistic that the next major moves will provide attractive trading opportunities.

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--- Written by David Rodriguez, Quantitative Strategist for

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