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Trade Recommendation: Platinum/EUR

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The Platinum/Euro pair (XPT/EUR) started its bull run in January 2009 when it took out resistance of 714. This triggered the rounding bottom reversal pattern on the monthly chart. The breakout attracted so much momentum that it became parabolic. This catapulted the pair to as high as 1,393.13 in May 2010.

At this price point, the market flashed bearish signals. It was in overbought territory. Moreover, the monthly candle was a huge spinning top implying indecision. Those who saw the writings on the wall began to take profits.

Platinum/Euro dropped to 1157.36 in July 2010. Bottom pickers saw that the pair respected the 78.6% Fibonacci level so they bought the dip. They sparked a rally to 1,370.39 in January 2011.

Unfortunately for buyers at this level, the lower high showed that the bulls were tapped out. In response, market participants dumped their positions. XPT/EUR posted lower highs and lower lows as selling became the theme. Recently, however, it is showing signs of reversal.

Technical analysis show that XPT/EUR may have bottomed out at 735.54 in April 2018. This comes after the pair generated a bullish divergence on the monthly chart. Also, the pair appears to respect the 23.8% Fibonacci level. Lastly, it looks to have generated a higher low at 743.88 on May 21 on the daily chart.

The strategy is to buy on dips as close to 750 as possible. As long as bulls stay above this level, they have all the momentum they need to climb to our target of 850.

The process may take more than three months.

Monthly Chart of Platinum/Euro

As of this writing, the Platinum/Euro pair is trading at 763.65.

Summary of Strategy

Buy: Buy on dips as close to 750 as possible.

Target: 850

Stop: Close below 728.

 

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Trade Recommendation: Short SGD/JPY

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The Singapore Dollar/Japanese Yen Pair began to look bearish in December 2015 when it generated a lower high of 88.372. Things went from bad to worse when the pair broke support of 82.70 in February 2016. This triggered the large head and shoulders reversal pattern on the weekly chart.

The breakout ignited a selling frenzy that saw the pair drop to as low as 72.371 in June 2016. In about seven months, the Singapore Dollar lost over 18% of its value against the Japanese Yen.

At this price level, the target of the head and shoulders pattern was already achieved. SGD/JPY then went into base-building mode until November 2016 when volume and price surged. This ignited a rally that pushed the pair above 82.70 resistance in September 2017. However, it appears that the pair is not yet ready to start a bull run.

Technical analysis reveal that SGD/JPY is creating a head and shoulders reversal pattern on the weekly chart. This view comes after the pair generated a lower high of 83.014 in May 2018. The price action serves as a confirmation that the 82.70 resistance is still intact. More importantly, it trapped bulls who bought the breakout. Breach of 79.80 support should start a waterfall event that would drive the market down to our target.

The strategy is to short SGD/JPY when it breaks below 79.80. Once the market is below this level, participants will cut their losses which may send the pair to our target of 74.

The process may take three months.

Weekly Chart of Singapore Dollar/Japanese Yen on OANDA

As of this writing, the Singapore Dollar/Japanese Yen pair (SGD/JPY) is trading at 80.965 on OANDA.

Summary of Strategy

Buy: Short the market when it moves below 79.80.

Target: 74

Stop: Move above 81 after the breakout.

 

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Important: Never invest (trade with) money you can't afford to comfortably lose. Always do your own research and due diligence before placing a trade. Read our Terms & Conditions here. Trade recommendations and analysis are written by our analysts which might have different opinions. Read my 6 Golden Steps to Financial Freedom here. Best regards, Jonas Borchgrevink.

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Trade Recommendation: WAVES/Ethereum

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The WAVES/Ethereum (WAVES/ETH) pair appeared to have broken out of a cup and handle pattern on April 29, 2018 when it went as high as 0.01334997. Unfortunately for buyers at this level, the pair was not yet ready to start a bull run. Those who bought the bottom at 0.006 early this year used it as an opportunity to take heavy profits. As a result, the pair broke below 0.01 support on May 4.

The false breakout ignited a selling frenzy as those who bought the breakout raced to get out of the market. WAVES/ETH then broke support of 0.009 on May 5. The pair has been dropping ever since. However, the bottom appears to be in sight.

Technical analysis show that WAVES/ETH is about to hit support of 0.006. The support level is our target as a false breakout usually sends a market to a key support or resistance level. In this case, the bull trap above 0.01 is driving the pair down to 0.006 support.

Also, we can see that the RSI is about to hit oversold territory. We expect a selling relief once the pair flashes oversold readings which is around 0.006. This should provide an opportunity for bottom fishers to spark a rally.

Lastly, 0.006 is the pair’s last support level. We expect bulls to defend it to keep the market stable.

The strategy is to buy as close to 0.006 as possible. If bulls continue to preserve the support, the market will most likely bounce to our target of 0.009. We’ll revisit the trade once the target is hit.

The process may take a month.

Daily Chart of WAVES/ETH on Bittrex

As of this writing, the Waves/Ethereum pair is trading at 0.00609735 on Bittrex.

Summary of Strategy

Buy: As close to 0.006 as possible.

Target: 0.009

Stop: 0.0059

 

Disclaimer: The writer owns bitcoin, Ethereum and other cryptocurrencies. He holds investment positions in the coins, but does not engage in short-term or day-trading.

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Important: Never invest (trade with) money you can't afford to comfortably lose. Always do your own research and due diligence before placing a trade. Read our Terms & Conditions here. Trade recommendations and analysis are written by our analysts which might have different opinions. Read my 6 Golden Steps to Financial Freedom here. Best regards, Jonas Borchgrevink.

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Trade Recommendation: GBP/PLN

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The British Pound/Polish Zloty (GBP/PLN) pair started its downtrend in June 2016 when it took out support of 5.40. This triggered the rounding top reversal pattern on the weekly chart. The breakout ignited a selling frenzy and drove the pair to as low as 4.58032 in August 2017. In about a year, the British Pound lost over 18% of its value against the Polish Zloty.

At this price point, GBP/PLN was flashing reversal signals. First, a bullish divergence was seen on the weekly MACD. On top of that, the 4-day, 8-day, and 21-day moving averages were all detached from the weekly candle. This suggested that the market was due for a bounce.

GBP/PLN eventually came to life in September 2017 when it surged to as high as 4.94096. The market has been showing signs of strength since. This could be your chance to buy the breakout.

Technical analysis reveal that GBP/PLN is positioning to take our resistance of 5.00. This view comes after the pair posted above average volume since May 2018. This indicates a significant increase in demand, which is responsible for pushing prices up. In addition, the 4-day, 8-day, and 21-day moving averages are all trending up.

The strategy is to buy the breakout at 5.00. Once breakout is complete, the pair will likely consolidate above 5.00 before moving to our target of 5.40.

The process may take more than six months.

Weekly Chart of British Pound/Polish Zloty on OANDA

As of this writing, the British Pound/Polish Zloty pair (GBP/PLN) is trading at 4.91586 on OANDA.

Summary of Strategy

Buy: Buy breakout at 5.00.

Target: 5.40

Stop: Move below 4.94 after the breakout.

 

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Important: Never invest (trade with) money you can't afford to comfortably lose. Always do your own research and due diligence before placing a trade. Read our Terms & Conditions here. Trade recommendations and analysis are written by our analysts which might have different opinions. Read my 6 Golden Steps to Financial Freedom here. Best regards, Jonas Borchgrevink.

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