TVC:DXY   U.S. Dollar Currency Index
Hi Guys,

this market structure captures the bullish run (figure 1) made by US dollar since mid-April 2018 from A to B.

(This is not just Cozzamara saying so but Morgan Stanley , Credit Agricole and Goldman Sachs among a pool of other banks that back in November 2018 thought the greenback’s strength was waning).

And they were all right!
In fact US Dollar Index stopped at 97.67 where it met with a lot of resistance.

Here is the link to the article published by Bloomberg back in November 2018:
https://www.investing.com/news/forex-new...

However, in the following months (December, January and February), price moved horizontally below B supported by two higher lows forming a double bottom at approx 0.236 Fibonacci followed by another higher low formed today.

So, If A to B was a Bull Run and its correction is ended, can we expect the US dollar to extend above B?

Figure 1 - Bull Run - Monthly Chart

For a definition of Run please refer to this link: https://www.investopedia.com/terms/r/run...

Here is the link to the post I published on Nov 16, 2018. Click & Play to watch the move unfold.

Thank you for your support and for sharing your ideas.

Enjoy:)

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Comment: I forgot to link this. To get a sense of it please Click & Play to watch the move unfold.

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