"Aussie still high by historical standards"
1. Its funny how traders ignore the very obvious. Last year someone from RBA commented 0.8 is the more comfy level for AUDUSD , but Aussie failed to drop lower. 0.95 and above makes RBA very uncomfy.
2. Markets are fickle. US NFP was on face value, but declining participation rate paints a diff. picture. Logically we'd assume USD to lose value. It did but markets seem to be ignoring that for now.
3. Price moves in levels. After hitting 0.94, price was literally hovering around with no support. It found minor resistance at 0.93 and now looking to find support, which obviously sits in at 0.915 - 0.912 region.
4. May 8th the all important Aussie labour data will be released. Regardless of the outcome Aussie has to find support if it wants to push higher.
Short but move to BE by EOD today.. or near today's high.
Set pending buy orders around 0.912 - 0.915 region targeting 0.95, 0.96.
EURAUD , the other chart i'm monitoring has not retraced to prior support to find resistance. So it justifies the Aussie shorts.
P.S: Look to any Aussie pairs, AUDCHF for example and price rallied without finding proper support.
EDIT: Forgot to put in the linked chart: (Post NFP analysis)