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AUDNZD: is that the END of the TREND CORRECTION?

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FX:AUDNZD   Australian Dollar / New Zealand Dollar
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🟢Forex Pair:
AUD/NZD

Technical Analysis:
Since the 1st December 2020, the price has been moving with a strong bullish impulse, going up for about 420 pips, reaching the level at about 1.08500.
On that level, the price got a quick rejection, falling down breaking through the S/R zone at about 1.07000, and it is currently reaching the an interesting support zone at about 1.05700, that perfectly match with the 0.61% of Fibonacci retracement .

🔴Conclusion:
This is absolutely a nice trend correction of its previous bullish impulse, and I'm confident to see the price bouncing on the support zone at 1.05700 before moving up again with a new bullish momevent.
I'll be waiting for the price to reach the support zone before planning my long position on this trade.

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Gianni

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perfect idea this is m short term view
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@Sands45, really interesting chart! thanks for sharing! :)
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Thank you so much
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FXtrades-gp Dave-FX-Hunter
@Dave-FX-Hunter, thanks!
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Waiting for buying strength at support 🐻❄️🙏😊😃
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FXtrades-gp PolarHusk
@PolarHusk, yep! me too! :D thanks for ur feedback
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Brilliant chart
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FXtrades-gp Investroy
@Investroy, many thanks guys!
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You are on the mark, I support you.
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@abel11, cheers abel
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