NZDUSD range bound for now, but is it winding up for a big move?

Happy Monday, punters.

Today were going to have a look at the NZDUSD weekly chart. We can see that  for close to 2 years price has been ranging in between our areas of support and resistance, or you could say it’s a rectangle pattern. However you like to call it, we’re seeing a long term consolidation of price between the upper and lower boundaries.

As price is currently at our support zone, one could potentially trade a convincing rejection of support looking to target at least the .72 levels, or alternatively a convincing breakout below or above our S&R zones could provide a long-term trend trade.

If we jump down to the H4 timeframe, we haven’t really got a lot to go off at this point. We can see the makings of a potential ascending triangle forming, however as a personal preference, I prefer to see levels tested 3 or more times. This is certainly a pair to watch for either a range trade or if you’re more patient, a breakout trade.

Feel free to leave a comment below, and stay tuned for updates.

Enjoy the week, folks.

 

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