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NZDUSD:- Bulls are challenging the 0.6900 level will they break it ?

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Overview By looking at the chart we can see that pair is heading north side and making successively higher highs and higher lows. The daily chart tells us the story of the bull’s victory. Well after making the low of 0.6530 level we have seen sharp buying till 0.6810 level and then we have seen a correction till 0.6630 level which was second opportunity to buy the pair and last week it made a high of 0.6810 level and breached the 200 SMA line with bullish candle.

It’s purely bulls run and the short term to intermediate term trend is up and in an uptrend market always buy on dips will be profitable strategy. The bulls are leading in the game and dominating the bears at every nook and corner.

Technical Analysis- From technical prospective we can see that pair is rising by taking the demand pressure from an uptrend line followed by an aggressive uptrend line. Some correction can’t be ruled out but these corrections should be taken as buying opportunity. Overall pair is moving above all the major and minor EMA lines on daily as well as 4 hourly chart which is providing us bullish signal. The way pair is trading and sustaining it seems like they are approaching the 0.6930 level in near term.

A bullish crossover on MACD indicator is favoring the bulls and providing us bullish signal for the time being and RSI is also providing bullish signal from above 50 territory. The green dots of parabolic SAR at downside of the candles are favoring the bulls.

What Next- The 0.6900 level is immediate resistance level followed by 0.6950 whereas 0.6730 level is strong key support level followed by 0.6650 level.

Trade idea:– Based on chart and study above we would suggest that one can go for buy above 0.6810 level for the target of 0.6900 and 0.6950 with the tight stop loss of 0.6700.

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