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Forex Strategy Video: Medium Term AUD and NZD Trade Opportunities

Forex Strategy Video: Medium Term AUD and NZD Trade Opportunities

John Kicklighter, Chief Strategist

Talking Points:

• Yields and rate forecasts are key fundamental measures for the FX market

• Historically, both the AUD and NZD have followed a combination of risk trends and yield forecasts

• A recent deviation from the norm is a medium-term opportunity rather than a permanent change

Learn more about medium-term opportunities and trading styles with DailyFX analysts in the DailyFX on Demand service.

Elemental fundamental themes do not change - they simply weaken from time to time. That is a consideration that presents serious trade opportunity for the Aussie and Kiwi dollars. These high yield currencies are underperforming the market despite holding significant yield premiums over their counterparts and looking forward to further rate hikes over the foreseeable future. This is due to a combination of preoccupation with stimulus speculation and dubious risk momentum; but the underlying current will inevitably correct the market's bearings. In today's Forex Strategy Video, we discuss the medium-term trading opportunities in Australian and New Zealand dollar pairings highlighted by the currencies' fundamentals.

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