Technical Analysis

Wedge breakout, A short term loot at the GBPAUD rate

GBPAUD has been trading down towards the low last seen back in the October 2016. This price has formed a wedge pattern with a slight bias to the downside.

Short term Wolfe Wave analysis of Soybeans

Since the beginning of February we have seen multiple Wolfe Waves forming in Soybeans indicating that after the drop in prices, it could be time for a reversal.

The Butterfly Pattern – a medium term look at DAX

The DAX has been gaining since the start of 2016 and there are signs that if this trend continues, a possible setup for a bearish butterfly pattern has emerged which, if satisfied would suggest a medium-term trading opportunity.

Short Term Wolfe Wave analysis of EURUSD

Since the start of March we have seen EURUSD complete 4 waves with the last ending above the wedge pattern to create a Wolfe Wave, indicating that after the recent run-up, it could be time for a reversal.

The Bullish Bat: Could we be seeing a setup in AUDUSD

Since the start of the year, AUDUSD has seen some strength after the large drop during November. Since the start of April, we have seen the price testing the upper level of the wedge pattern that is forming.

Wolfe Wave analysis of CADCHF

Since the end of February we have seen multiple Wolfe Waves forming in the CADCHF indicating that after the drop in prices, it could be time for a reversal.

The Gartley Pattern, a short term look at Gold

The gold has been dropping since the start of March and there are signs that if this trend continues, a possible setup for a bullish Gartley pattern has emerged which, if satisfied would suggest a medium-term trading opportunity.

Will the Wolfe whistle, a short term look at the S&P

The S&P has been pulling back from its all-time new highs since the start of March creating the 4 waves needed for the Wolfe Wave pattern.

Will the trend be broken? A medium term look at the NZDCHF rate

The NZDCHF has been trending sideways since mid-2016, trading in a narrow range of 350 pips. Each time a new low is made, it is higher than the previous and each new high is greater than the previous high. This narrow trading range and higher highs and lows have created a flag pattern.

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