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Weekly Trade Setups Ideas & Technical Chart Analysis – January 9th to 13th 2017

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EURUSD – Euro/dollar retraces back to key resistance / sell-zone

The EURUSD is still in a downtrend overall, but last week we saw price retrace back to the upside and it’s now within a resistance zone between 1.0530 – 1.0670. Notice that price is still below the high of the pin bar sell signal that formed back on December 30th as well as resistance up near 1.0670. Whilst price is under that level, we remain bearish and looking for sell signals this week. We are waiting to see what unfolds here and we would prefer to see an obvious 1hr, 4hr or daily chart price action sell signal before selling. Stay tuned to our members daily trade setups commentary for updates on the EURUSD throughout the week.

GBPUSD – Sterling/dollar consolidating near key resistance level

The GBPUSD has stalled near 1.2335; a level we have been watching and discussing in recent commentaries. After trading down through that level two weeks ago, price retraced back up to test it late last week, but as we can see by the false-break that occurred on Friday, bears are defending this level quite aggressively. We retain a bearish bias on this pair and would consider a short entry if a solid 1 hour, 4 hour or daily chart price action sell signal forms near current levels this week.

NZDUSD – Kiwi/dollar false-break at resistance

The NZDUSD reversed on Friday, erasing all gains from Thursday and making a false breakout of resistance near 0.6980. The trend is down in this pair still and we see the reversal on Friday as a potential selling opportunity. Traders can watch for early strength this week to potentially get short and trade in-line with this downtrend as there’s plenty of room for prices to fall to the downside. Check our members trade setups commentary throughout the week for further NZDUSD updates.

Gold – Gold bounces up from key support level, more upside possible

Over the last two weeks, Gold has bounced up after running into a key long-term support level down near 1130.00; a level we have discussed as a potential buy-point in our recent commentaries. We remain bullish in the near-term on Gold whilst it’s above 1130.00 and will continue to watch for pullbacks to be buyers, ideally on a price action buy signal. We see the potential for upside movement into 1240.00 area.

S&P500 – S&P500 continues to be a buy on pullbacks

The S&P500 continues to trend higher and our recent views of looking to buy on pockets of weakness remains valid. We are still looking to buy this market from support / value on pullbacks, and we can see 2212.00 – 2179.00 support zone is the nearest key support on the daily chart. Note that an inside pin bar pattern formed last Thursday, which we discussed in our members commentary that day. Price subsequently broke up and out from that pattern as we expected. We see the potential for this uptrend to continue and traders not already long can keep looking for 1 hour, 4 hour or daily chart buy signal on any weakness down, ideally near the 21 day EMA or previously mentioned support levels.

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  1. Akram January 9, 2017 at 10:04 am



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