NZD/USD 1H Chart Emerging Pattern: Rectangle

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NZD/USD has formed a Rectangle pattern on the 1H chart. The pattern has 52% quality and 95% magnitude in the 115-bar period.

The pattern began on 11th of April when the pair peaked to 0.8677; after a recent bounce from the pattern’s support the pair is currently trading at the daily pivot (PP) at 0.8438; pattern’s support is at 0.8391; pattern’s resistance is at 0.8501. Trading volume seems to be dome shaped in the length of the pattern. Long traders, who expect the pair to continue moving towards the pattern’s resistance, could focus on the 20-day SMA/Bollinger band/daily pivot (R1) at 0.8462/75, pattern’s resistance/200-bar SMA at 0.8501/06, daily pivot (R2) at 0.8528 and daily pivot (R3) at 0.8564.

Technical indicators on aggregate point at depreciation of the pair on 4H horizon Short traders could focus on the Bollinger band/pattern’s support/daily pivot (S1) at 0.8401/0.8389, 100-day SMA/daily pivot (S2) at 0.8366/51 and daily pivot (S3) at 0.8298.


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