November 11, 2012
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This morning’s trade in the Australian Dollar Futures ties uses both fundamental and technical analysis. Fundamentally, the commercial traders are bearish on the Australian Dollar. Recent speculative buying pushed the market to overbought levels heading into Friday’s trade.
Technically, we saw just how weak the speculative hands are in the market as the Australian Dollar put in an outside day closing below Thursday’s low. This is especially important as Friday’s high marked a new 30 day high and was followed by an immediate washout.
We are selling the Australian Dollar Futures and placing a protective buy stop at Friday’s high of 103.84. This represents about $600 in risk at current market levels.
|Key Reversal Bar in Australian Dollar Futures|
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