The pair is trading on a multi month 1M Channel Down (RSI = 35.185, MACD = -0.898, Highs/Lows = -0.7368). The price is now on the 1D MA50 (blue line) which since May 2019 has always initiated a new bearish leg. Since the 1D RSI is also approaching the usual 65.60 Sell Level, we are expecting a decline. Our Target is 30.000.
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USDTHB bounced off 30.150 where it could potentially rise further to 30.467.
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USD/THB is going back to his support around the area of 29.70000
Good reasons that could happen:
1.: europe holidays are done and people are start working=less money circulation for their tourists
2.: fed has pumped money into their monetary system to prevent recessions
3.: price action bars tell you more than just the price.
Have a nice and risk management week
Pretty self explanatory trade. We've been in a long term down trend for awhile now and recently broke the support level and closed below it on the daily chart. At this stage I'm just waiting for a pullback and some signs of entry to get short on this. I'll be looking for a long term trade on this heading towards 29.77820 level
Priceline of US Dollar / Thai Baht forex pair has formed a bullish butterfly pattern and entered in potential reversal zone to hit the sell target soon insha Allah.
This PRZ area is also a stop loss point, in case of complete candle stick closes below this area.
MACD is turning bullish, it was strong bearish now turned weak bearish.
RSI is oversold.
The priceline of USDTHB is moving within an Up channel and hits at the channel's support.
The MACD is turning bullish.
RSI is oversold.
Stochastic is oversold and gave bull cross.
The sell targets are as below:
Short between: 30.912 to 30.966
Atif Akbar (moon333)
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For the purposes of taking a broader view of movements in forex markets...
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