Weekly Forex Forecast for GBPAUD, NZDUSD, GBPCHF, XAUUSD (18-23 October 2020)
Hey everyone! Welcome to this week's forex forecast for the week ending October 23rd, 2020. I'm TraderBart with A1 Trading, and this week I'll be looking at GBPAUD, NZDUSD, GBPCHF & XAUUSD.
Price has formed an ascending triangle pattern on this pair and currently near the resistance level at 1.828. Waiting for price to either reach the trend line, showing successive rejections and then go long OR looking for price to breakout from the resistance, retest that same resistance level, treating it as support, and then going long for a completed pattern move.
Bearish flag pattern visible on this pair. We could still see a third touch of the resistive trendline in the channel, which would also meet the 61.8 and possibly the 71.0 fib retracement level. Once we see successive rejections in that zone, only then I would possibly go short. However, we could see price breakout right away without the third touch; if we see price break out of this channel to the downside, I would wait for a retest and then a rejection before going short.
Bullish flag pattern formed on this pair, currently seeing price bouncing around the same levels and consolidating. Looking to go long once we see price reach and reject the channel's support at 1.175 for a completed pattern move.
Price has formed a symmetrical triangle pattern on this pair and is now nearing the pattern's apex point, suggesting we could see this pattern break this week. As always, wait for price to breakout and then retest the trendline, showing successive continued rejection before taking the desired position. With all US news coming up over the next couple of weeks, predicting the direction could be dangerous; that is why you should watch out for explicit price action confirmations before taking any positions on this pair.
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