EURUSD Weekly

EURUSD Weekly Technical Analysis — October 6th, 2017

The market has been in a sideways consolidation (with a slight downwards bias) over the past week.

This fits nicely with my current main view, which sees the euro rallying in a minor-degree impulsive, where the past week saw its fourth-wave correction. This is very useful because now I can present an objective confirmation point, as well as tighter targets.

EURUSD Weekly Technical Analysis — September 29th, 2017

The market has been in a sideways consolidation (with a slight downwards bias) over the past week.

This fits nicely with my current main view, which sees the euro rallying in a minor-degree impulsive, where the past week saw its fourth-wave correction. This is very useful because now I can present an objective confirmation point, as well as tighter targets.

EURUSD Weekly Technical Analysis — September 25th, 2017

The market has been in a sideways consolidation (with a slight downwards bias) over the past week.

This fits nicely with my current main view, which sees the euro rallying in a minor-degree impulsive, where the past week saw its fourth-wave correction. This is very useful because now I can present an objective confirmation point, as well as tighter targets.

EURUSD Weekly Technical Analysis — September 18th, 2017

The market has been in a sideways consolidation (with a slight downwards bias) over the past week.

This fits nicely with my current main view, which sees the euro rallying in a minor-degree impulsive, where the past week saw its fourth-wave correction. This is very useful because now I can present an objective confirmation point, as well as tighter targets.

EURUSD Long-Term Update — September 11th, 2017

The market has been in a sideways consolidation (with a slight downwards bias) over the past week.

This fits nicely with my current main view, which sees the euro rallying in a minor-degree impulsive, where the past week saw its fourth-wave correction. This is very useful because now I can present an objective confirmation point, as well as tighter targets.

EURUSD: A Currency Pair in (Continued) Turmoil

The market has been in a sideways consolidation (with a slight downwards bias) over the past week.

This fits nicely with my current main view, which sees the euro rallying in a minor-degree impulsive, where the past week saw its fourth-wave correction. This is very useful because now I can present an objective confirmation point, as well as tighter targets.

EURUSD: A Currency Pair in Turmoil

The Euro started the new year by attempting to recover some of the 1,000 pips it had lost in the previous two months. And yet, after four weeks of persistence and perseverance, it has managed to recover only a little less than 50% of its losses over that period.

Not only has this rally been weak and choppy, it’s not even carried very well by momentum, which seems to be steadily waning. None of that is a particularly good sign for the Euro.

We’re updating our counts to reflect the most recent price action and to present tighter targets and invalidation points.

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