Tuesday, April 5, 2011


After yesterday's high of 1.0422, Aussie has pulled back to a low of 1.0289, breaking below its short-term uptrend line. RSI also broke below its uptrend line. The pair appears to be trying to hammer out a bottom here. This is close to key support at 1.0257, the December high. Below that is support at 1.0200, then 1.0143 and 1.0059. If the pair can base here and begin another push upwards, it needs to take out the 1.0422. If so, 1.0500 is next. This would be in line with the overall uptrend that has been in place since 2008. Here's the three-hour chart:
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