Welcome to our weekly analysis this week. We are going to look at NZDCAD on the weekly timeframe. It is quite apparent that we are in a bear market. Trading in a descending channel that dates back to 2016, having retracements lasting a few months then sellers take charge. During the last few weeks, we have seen the bulls trying to mark up the price. Currently we see an indecision candlestick in the form of a doji. The doji lies on the upper boundary of the channel which acts as a resistance zone as shown by the eclipses on the chart.
This week’s candle indicates indecision; therefore we have to wait for further clarification before we make a move. However price behavior is indicating that buyers are exhausted at this point. A decision has to be made and we need to be keen to identify it. Price may be resisted and rotate lower as we are at a price ceiling shown by the upper boundary of the channel. If bulls regain momentum and break above the resistance zone then we will be alert for a confirmation to open bullish positions.
Again on the weekly timeframe we are looking at the Aussie this week. Bears have been the dominant market players. They’ve pushed price downwards since 2017.We subsequently find a consolidation in form of a chart pattern. There’s a clear descending triangle which also doubles as a double top. Top 1 and top 2 are labelled. The neckline of the double top acts as the lower boundary of the descending triangle. Price has neither broken out of the double top /the descending triangle. This week the lower boundary has supported the bear power just as it has done 3 times before.
In order to open any positions we need to wait patiently for a break out. Price may break out below our pattern,i.e below the double top/descending triangle signaling that the bears are still authoritative. On the other hand it may break above the descending triangle. A validated break out on either direction will give us a high probability trade opportunity.