TROUBLE: In a land down under!

The Aussies are in trouble but they may not know it as yet.

Caution: this is not a prediction that the AUS200 is about to crash, or will crash. All observations and comment are based on this snapshot in time. Next week this analysis may be irrelevant if the picture changes dramatically.

Features on the chart:
1 - A clear sign of rebellion after panic selling.
2 - The rebellion is actually weak, in technical terms.
3 - The retracement up into 61.8 fib was unsurprising.
4 - Price struggled in the first (lower) zone of congestion.
5- Price was rejected twice from the second (higher) zone of congestion.
6. Price remains under the Daily ATR (amber line) - which represents a big change in sentiment at a macro-economic level.

I don't trade daily time frames, as they take too long to deliver and they are too risky for me. I would go long and short in a daily time frame bull or bear market on much lower time frames e.g. 3 to 15 min (which in trend following cant take days to complete).

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