Where USDSGD stands

Evening traders,

With the surge in appetite for risk a few weeks ago, the USD/SGD currency pair was affected as well – a move out of US dollars meant USDSGD broke through a strong support region at around 1.2400. Moving averages are well below the heavy 200-day MA. Bollinger bands were opened up as a result of the strong downward move too. The lasst few days produced a breather from the market (very much the same picture for other instruments). What this means is that I will be looking for short-term short set-ups.

In the larger scope of the USDSGD price action, USDSGD is at the bottom of a huge long-term downward channel. Also, I have to bear in mind the bollinger band’s lower band (200 days midband, 2.5 standard deviations). Since price is near the lower band – which was actually violated during the sell-down – I have to note that USDSGD is relatively oversold when looking at the long-term moving average and the 2.5 standard deviations “envelope”. If USDSGD does continue to go lower, then price will trade along the band, and I see that as a major trend that will defy the lower band’s existence temporarily.

In conclusion, trading set-ups betting on weakening USD are scattered on charts. All that is left is for triggers/catalysts. If we do not see that, then there should be a continued, healthy correction upwards for USD (current mid-term trend is weakening USD).

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