The strength in AUD and NZD overnight has helped my EURNZD SHORT position from last week (January 11) reach target 2 today for a total net gain of 210 pips. On Wednesday I wrote “The longer term Weekly and Monthly charts are in strong downtrends, so this is position very much with the trend. The entry point at 1.5070 was a confluence of the 38.2 Fibonacci level that did not break yesterday, the 20 DMA that was breeched this morning and the 50 DMA zone. The Parabolic SAR has remained negative since January 3, the RSI is 47 and falling and the MACD remains weak. Target 1 also coincides with the 14 DATR and the 23.6 Fibonacci level at 1.4948. Target 2 is below the lower daily Bollinger band and sits with the Weekly lower Bollinger band at 1.4860.”
/ has had a good start to 2017 with all four January trades achieving both Target 1 and Target 2 for a total net gain of 904 pips.
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