Short Term Technical Analysis for Majors (07:45 GMT)

Short Term Technical Analysis for Majors (07:45 GMT)

Postby WindsorBrokers » Wed Jun 03, 2015 5:57 am


Euro skyrocketed yesterday on fresh hopes for solution of Greek’s debt problem, rallying from day’s low at 1.0914 to 1.1188 peak, ticks away from the next pivot at 1.1206, lower top of 22 May. Yesterday’s rally marks the biggest daily gain in past three months and is reviving bulls on daily chart. The pair broke and close above daily 20SMA that contains today’s action and underpins for fresh gains. Near-term consolidation bottomed at 1.1132, with fresh attempts at yesterday’s peak, underway. Final break through 1.1206 pivot, also near Fibonacci 61.8% of 1.1465/1.0818 descend, to confirm reversal and re-focus key short-term barrier at 1.1465, peak of 15 May. Consolidation lows at 1.1132, mark initial support, reinforced by daily 20SMA, ahead of 1.1080, Fibonacci 38.2% of yesterday’s rally and 100SMA, loss of which to delay bulls.

Res: 1.0955; 1.0986; 1.1004; 1.1065
Sup: 1.1132; 1.1080; 1.1020; 1.1004



The pair bounced yesterday, leaving hourly double-bottom at 1.5170 and closing the day in long green candle that sidelines immediate downside risk towards pivotal 1.5086 support, 05 May higher low of larger rally from 1.4563 to 1.5813. Bulls resume today, following narrow consolidation, contained at 1.5327, probing above 1.5365, yesterday’s high and Fibonacci 38.2% of 1.5688/1.5168 downleg, with immediate barrier laying at 1.5384, daily 100SMA. Daily indicators are turning higher, with Stochastic emerging from oversold territory and signaling further upside action. Daily Tenkan-sen comes next at 1.5428, ahead of former base at 1.5444, reinforced by daily Kijun-sen line and 1.5485 pivot, daily 20SMA and Fibonacci 61.8% retracement of 1.5688/1.5168 descend. Session lows and consolidation floor at 1.5327, offers immediate support, with former pivot at 1.53 zone, also near Fibonacci 38.2% of yesterday’s rally, expected to contain extended dips.

Res: 1.5384; 1.5444; 1.5485; 1.5565
Sup: 1.5327; 1.5300; 1.5250; 1.5216



The pair pauses after hitting fresh high at 125.03, with subsequent pullback that formed bearish Outside Day yesterday, suggesting reversal. Dips were so far contained at 123.74, yesterday’s low, with near-term narrow consolidation under way, however, daily RSI and Stochastic are reversing from overbought zone, giving another reversal signal. With near-term studies turning bearish, fresh weakness is seen as favored near-term scenario. Violation of initial supports at 123.74, yesterday’s low and 123.60, hourly higher base, to trigger fresh acceleration lower and expose psychological 123.00 support, also 4-hour Ichimoku cloud top, ahead of 122.68, Fibonacci 38.2% retracement of 118.87/125.03 rally. Consolidation top at 124.23, marks initial resistance, ahead of 124.81 lower top, regain of which to neutralize near-term bears.

Res: 124.23; 124.54; 124.81; 125.03
Sup: 123.74; 123.60; 123.00; 122.68


Aussie remains supported in the near-term, as yesterday’s strong acceleration from 0.7600 low, left long green candle and regained levels above 0.78, double-Fibonacci barrier, 61.8% of 0.7930/0.7596 downleg and 38.2% retracement of 0.8161/0.7596 descend. Immediate downside risk has been neutralized for now, opening space for further retracement of descend from 0.8161, 14 May peak, as today’s fresh strength cracked daily 100SMA that reinforces 0.78 barrier. Next pivot lies at 0.7856, daily 20SMA, close above which to confirm near-term reversal. Today’s low at 0.7754, marks initial support, with deeper dips to be ideally contained above 0.7715, Fibonacci 38.2% of yesterday’s acceleration.
Res: 0.7817; 0.7856; 0.7930; 0.7945
Sup: 0.7780; 0.7754; 0.7715; 0.7665
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