Friday, July 20, 2018


Yesterday started out on the bullish side. Indeed, it lasted through to the early hours of my morning - just after midnight - and I thought all was well. When I awoke I was surprised with the deep pullback. This was a particularly annoying in EURUSD because I normally find the extreme pullbacks in an expanded flat to cap between the 38.2%-41.4%. Therefore, I had thought we'd then see losses. However, the expansion reached around 43%... Snafu...

So basically, we still need Dollar gains because the (purple) Wave (c) must break below 1.1509...

Of course, the other pairs suffered also, perhaps not quite so extreme. Other pairs saw losses but within a Wave i, Wave ii and Wave a and now looking at the Wave b/iii...

The other surprise was the break below 112.22 in USDJPY. That means it has formed a Wave i and needs a deepish correction - probably not too much today - and probably it may well see a slow pullback higher before losses. 

However, overall we should see a Dollar bullish day.

Have a great weekend
Ian Copsey

Thursday, July 19, 2018


Well, perhaps not quite. EURJPY shouldn’t see a new high. The downside is now the next move we should see. Having said that, with EURUSD basically bearish and USDJPY bullish, we could see some messy sideways moves over time. For today, the cross should see losses.  

USDJPY is now rather neutral. Yesterday saw the Wave -a-/-v- for a pullback. That gives us a puzzle as to whether the pullback will deepen before rising towards the Wave -c-/-v-. On the other side, EURUSD really doesn't have too much room on the upside and over the day we should see losses. 

GBPUSD is in the same position. It could see minor new highs but overall the decline still needs some modestly firm losses and there's still room to go. At some point, not too far lower, we'll see a low that will then trigger a deeper correction - but now today for sure. Indeed, USDCHF has little room on the downside but much stronger gains should be seen. At a later stage, USDCHF will form a Wave (a)/(iii) and thus will require a pullback in Wave (b). 

This just leaves the bottom of the world - the Aussie that still needs losses...

Good trading
Ian Copsey  

Monday, July 16, 2018




Steady as she blows… Clearly, the North Americans saw that the Europeans really didn’t want to extend the Dollar upside and basically they decided to squeeze the market. However, this pullback is now pretty close to a reversal for the Asian session to drift as if in a cloud. We still need some minor Dollar losses in the early stages but it won’t take too long before the Dollar to re-track its losses and revert back to the Dollar upside.

I suspect USDJPY will be rather lackadaisical today although the counter-argument is that EURJPY needs further gains. We have seen the rising channel low hold but can it make a new high? The balance between EURUSD and USDJPY is rather fragile at this stage but – at some point – we shall need a new high. We may even see the rising channel break for a pullback and then a higher target. This suggests that we should wait and watch whether it breaks above the current high – or below the rising channel. 

Otherwise, the main pairs are pretty much balanced and in broad correlation.

Have a profitable week
Ian Copsey  

Friday, July 13, 2018





We have seen some steady gains in the Dollar. There will be pullbacks – but we have some way to go in this particular leg and I suspect it will last through towards the end of next week – unless we get tied up in a sideways consolidation…

Today broadly suggests some decent Dollar gains. However, initially we shall need some minor swings to provide the foundation waves for the next higher degree rally. However, USDJPY may well be a rather stick-in-the-mud as it will need a modest pullback – and that could provide a pullback in EURJPY. The balance between these two is rather critical because once the cross tops out – and that should be pretty early on in the day. The cross still needs one more rally after the pullback and that’s the puzzle we need to solve. 

USDCHF needs a rally and then a deeper pullback. GBPUSD now appears to have suddenly realised that it has to move lower also – barring the pullbacks that will likely develop towards the end of the Asian session. 

That leaves the Aussie but this pair has options. It could see further pullbacks higher – or just direct losses. This makes life rather difficult to judge so take care.

Have a great weekend
Ian Copsey  

Thursday, July 12, 2018


Steady as she blows… We’re making steady gains in the Dollar but there’s more to come. The North American session ended and for the most part, we should see a pullback but that doesn’t appear to be consistent. Some pairs need a minor follow-through and others just a pullback. That should see the “follow-through” pairs make a new Dollar high and from there we should see all of the pairs seeing corrective Dollar losses. The pullbacks don’t appear to be massively deep so watch across the range of currency pairs and hopefully we’ll manage to see the Dollar arise once more. 

Therefore, by the European session, we should begin to see the Dollar rise once more but there could be some tricky little bits that could provide some frustrations. However, I’ve noted that the main $/currency pairs are now all above the (Dollar bullish) side of the Price Equilibrium Clouds. That is an encouraging indication in itself.

The only pig in the poke is EURJPY. I had thought we had found the high but yesterday saw yet another new high and I tend to feel that it may well need a minor new high. However, the signs from the hourly & 4-hour momentum indications suggest a reversal to the downside…

Good trading
Ian Copsey  

Wednesday, July 11, 2018




We’re beginning to get some Dollar bullish traction developing. EURUSD has completed its Wave i and, most likely, a Wave ii. There is still some upside to provide a triple three. However, from the other pairs we have USDCHF almost at an extreme pullback and USDJPY that has seen a sudden collapse at the end of the North American session. This tends to suggest that we’re more likely to see direct Dollar gains…

This should see a solid follow-through on the Dollar upside. As this rally progresses, we should eventually reach a point where we have a deeper pullback. This is not going to happen today but I just want to make sure that we don’t get too aggressive. Indeed, the range of pairs has different structures but this should provide a guideline as we move towards the Dollar upside overall. 

At last, EURJPY has finally topped out and along with AUDUSD we should see losses overall.

Thus, focus on bearish reversal indications on any pullback…

Good trading
Ian Copsey  

Monday, July 9, 2018


Friday’s break above 1.1721 in EURUSD was not what I wanted but there was always the potential for a follow-through. I just couldn’t quite get the correct. The key issue now is that even GBPUSD broke higher and that mean an expanded flat. Indeed, it has broken above the 1.3315 high and should now make one more minor high before a reversal. We’re also very close to a high in EURUSD – in fact we may have seen the high on Friday, particularly with a solid bearish divergence. The odd one out appears to be USDCHF that appears to need a new low for a reversal higher – but this pair can generate mini-minor pullbacks in Wave iv and a minor blip to complete a low. As long as you place a stop by a decent margin, we should then find a quorum for the Dollar to (FINALLY) get itself back on the bullish road. For the final 4thmajor, USDJPY – well, given that the other pairs are just about to – or have seen their Dollar lows – ideally we should see it hold above 110.28… 

That just leaves AUDUSD to make a new high and then a reversal following its own expanded flat.

As for the cross, EURJPY has barely any room on the upside so it will need EURUSD to reverse more firmly relative to USDJPY. However, given the tight levels that need to hold, it’ll be prudent to make sure that key levels do not break on the downside…

Have a profitable week
Ian Copsey  

Friday, July 6, 2018




Well, we did see a move towards the 1.1721 high in EURUSD… in fact, just 0.00005 below 1.1721 and that confirmed a triple three. GBPUSD also saw a minor new high but still in the area where a triangle top could develop. That left USDCHF looking pretty dizzy and makes the chart look like a toddlers’ scribble while USDJPY steadily saw ratcheting gains. So it was a rather dull and slow day but has, at least, found us now looking for the Dollar to start doing its magic. Having said that, there’s still room for lower degree noise to develop over the Asian session.

So, I’m expecting a slow start but later more constructive development that should provide the foundations for a stronger Dollar rally.

AUDUSD has been rather lackadaisical but as mentioned yesterday the risk of a new high in an expanded flat appears to have dissipated and therefore both GBPUSD and AUDUSD have the same structure. We should see losses in both GBB and AUD…

With EURUSD making gains yesterday along with USDJPY, we have seen a new high in EURJPY. It has potential to break above yesterday’s high – but it’s a tight balance. Much depends on the balance between the two intrinsic pairs. However, it looks like we are seeing a triple top…

Have an enjoyable weekend
Ian Copsey  

Thursday, July 5, 2018


Recent days have seen some broad swings that have been rather complicated. I took some time over the early hours to try and resolve the structures. What I feel I have found is that EURUSD doesn’t seem to have the oomph to break above 1.1721. However, it could still see a new high – but not above 1.1721. Equally, GBPUSD appears now to possibly be an irregular triangle. What must not happen is a break below 0.9892 in USDCHF and USDJPY below 110.28 – but with a limit at 109.78… 

The boundaries I’ve explained should help provide limits for stop losses – or more positively, further Dollar gains.

I’ve noted that AUDUSD has managed to reach the 0.7425 level but in terms of an expanded flat, the target remains the same. The alternative risk could be a descending triangle – rather similar to GBPUSD…

As for the cross – EURJPY – we seem to have completed a double zigzag. This has the potential for a final zigzag to form a triple three – or a break below 128.41. Even then, the final break level is at 127.14… Therefore, this pair needs some due care and attention…

Take it cautiously in the early stages but hopefully, the European and North American sessions should sort things out.

Good trading
Ian Copsey  

Monday, July 2, 2018




Basically, everything appears to be in order despite the broad swings we have been seeing. One development from Friday was the break above the 110.67 level that broke the downside – although the 110.85 high did not conform to the ratio structure. However, having seen the break higher I have to concede to an “outlier”. We seem to have a limited downside but having seen a Wave a/iii there is the risk of a complex correction. 

Otherwise, EURUSD and USDCHF should maintain the Dollar bearish outlook but we’re closer to a final reversal that should provide a firmer directional wave. This is going to need some patience to allow the development to … errr… develop.

In GBPUSD, I looked back in my charts and noted that on the 21stJune we registered a 3-wave rally. We therefore have the duality of a potential limited pullback or an expanded flat. Thus take note of the break level that will provide the expansion.

The Aussie has to complete its expanded flat. 

EURJPY should see EURUSD provide the main boost for the rally. However, whether EURUSD can take on the burden for the rally by itself is a bit of a stretch. Don’t rule out the possibility of USDJPY providing support also…

Have a profitable week
Ian Copsey  

Friday, June 29, 2018


My goodness, this market loves a ride and I don’t think it’s over. The key market for me is USDJPY. Towards the end of yesterday it approached the break level by one point. As long as that extends losses we should do well. I was a touch concerned over the decline in EURUSD but it didn’t reach the 1.1509 low. This tends to suggest that it’s going straight back higher. Equally, after an adjustment, USDCHF rushed higher to a new high to create a bearish divergence. An expanded flat I suspect…

All of these three pairs have that potential. Ah, you may say, “what about GBPUSD? It broke to a new low. However, that formed a Wave i and Wave ii and followed by a Wave a. This should see a deep-ish pullback but not a new high.

That leaves AUDUSD looking downward to the limit of an expansion – or just a rally back above 0.7445.

That just leaves EURJPY seeing minor swings and consolidations as EUR battles against JPY… Doesn’t look like a day to trade the cross…

Have a great weekend
Ian Copsey  

Thursday, June 28, 2018


Oh my goodness… The Dollar gains were just not on the map for me yesterday. The key pair for me is USDJPY. The development from the 108.11 low did not see a valid Wave iii at 110.85. Even if I tried to suggest an expanded flat it still doesn’t work. Basically, it was 6 points short. Will this be an anomaly? Certainly, the Wave b/iii I have was an 80.1% retracement. 

In the meantime, I took a look again at USDCHF and found an option that saw a 5-wave decline from 0.9986. If I’ve got this right, then we should see a 5-wave decline. For the decline in EURUSD we saw a 3-wave decline. It could just be a Wave i and therefore we could see a Wave ii. However, it may have just been a simple zigzag. Coming to GBPUSD, the decline was clearly corrective. 

This tends to suggest that we’re going back to new highs. 

Even AUDUSD broke below the 0.7345 low but having seen a 3-wave rally to 0.7445 we will have to see whether it will form an expanded flat.

As for the cross, EURJPY seems to be heading for a Wave c/i and therefore will need a pullback higher.

I’ll add the break levels in each pair in the report.

Good trading
Ian Copsey  

Wednesday, June 27, 2018


I had high hopes of finding the final low in the Dollar. Instead, in USDJPY in particular, we saw an expanded flat and in EURUSD an extremely deep Wave b/iii that stalled 0.00002 from the break level. This allowed GBPUSD to sink into a bubble bath ready to see the next rally. 

So, as long as that EURUSD low doesn’t break down, we should be heading lower in the Dollar today. Maybe we’ll complete the move – but it may drag on into tomorrow morning. This should allow USDCHF to make another 5-wave move lower to complete the triple three while the Aussie needs a 3-wave rally. Of course, the Aussie can be a rather tricky pair. It tends to enjoy generating expanded flats just for the fun of it. However, once we’ve sorted out the next zigzag, we should begin to look back to the downside.

As for the EURJPY cross, I’d still recommend a rather neutral outlook. We have a bullish EURUSD and bearish USDJPY. It doesn’t really provide any confidence of an impulsive move today… Best remain neutral.

Good trading
Ian Copsey  

Monday, June 25, 2018




I really want to just say that we’ll see Dollar gains right from the off. Actually, I am pretty certain that it will. However, there’s one basic problem and that’s USDCHF. I knew that this pair had formed a double zigzag and then we saw a new low – but that’s just a Wave a. Therefore, we’re going to need Dollar gains from the start. The key here is that Friday saw the completion of the expanded flat in EURUSD and thus provided a Wave -a- and Wave -b-. Thus, we should – from the start – see a second 5-wave decline. In this process USDCHF will need a pullback only. Once EURUSD has formed the Wave -c-/-i- we shall need a pullback in Wave -ii-. Once that is done – and USDCHF completes the triple three we’ll begin to see a strong push to the Dollar upside.

This may, or may not see a new high in GBPUSD but basically the overall outcome is the resumption of the downside. USDJPY should also start the week with a rally and likely form the foundation waves for the next rally. It’s really quite interesting that, while the different pairs are in their various structures, they normally (but not always) come to a point where they move in tandem. 

The Aussie still seems to need further gains but this pair can go solo for a while to form a Wave [b]. Then, the cross in EURJPY appears to have the same template as EURUSD but could take the long route to see it develop.

Have a profitable week
Ian Copsey  

Friday, June 22, 2018


110.50 AND 110.65 BOTH SEEN PRECISELY - THE HIGH AT 110.77


Well, that wasn’t what I had expected… The early stages were pretty ok although I had expected deeper gains in the Dollar. I had my evening meal and just before laying my head on the pillow I saw these dirty great Dollar losses. The outcome is rather tense. I’d like to think that EURUSD has topped out but there is the risk of a push above 1.1646 for a reversal. 

This also screwed up GBPUSD. The adjustment I made looks kinda ok but I do have reservations. I certainly wouldn’t want a break above yesterday’s high… The Wave iv I have used was a 56% retracement so it doesn’t really have much room before a deep pullback.

This allowed a deeper pullback in USDCHF and USDJPY – but I caught the latter and knew we’d have to see a deep pullback. However, it’s rather close to the break level that would extend losses even further. This takes us to EURUSD. We shall either see an expanded flat; or… we’ve seen an expanded flat for direct losses… 

Meanwhile, the Aussie made a new low by 2 points. It was enough – and with hourly & 4-hour bullish divergences. How deep any pullback will be is totally unknown but I can’t really see losses at this stage…

Have a great weekend
Ian Copsey  

Thursday, June 21, 2018




Yesterday did see some directional development but there were a few pairs that really decided to have a nap. USDJPY was quite forthright in pushing higher. However, today should see the Dollar make some decent gains. Therefore, we should see AUDUSD make losses – but not off the bat. It does need a pullback before deeper losses. Equally, EURUSD began to lose its way with a sharp decline and then a deeper pullback – and that should now see those losses. USDCHF played the same game of up-a-bit, down-a-bit and snooze. However, it does now have the right outlook for a bullish move – perhaps even towards the 1.0056 high. 

GBPUSD completed a Wave a and then a pullback in Wave b. That sets the scene for deeper losses – and about time too. With EURUSD now embarking on the downside we should see EURJPY edging lower again. I suspect EURUSD will have a stronger move compared to USDJPY but there could be some consolidation on the way.

Good trading
Ian Copsey  

Wednesday, June 20, 2018


The Dollar actually managed to break above the recent highs… I looked at the Dollar Index and basically it has not yet satisfied alternation – and that’s actually quite a deep pullback. Now that we have seen further Dollar gains I suspect we’re going to see a shallower follow through and reversal. In EURUSD I suspect a stubbier Wave (c)/(i) and also USDCHF. Once they have formed these targets it will imply a deep Wave (ii). However, I can’t see this happening in GBPUSD. It now needs to complete the current decline – and that’s suggests deeper losses. Perhaps we shall see a consolidation at some point to let the others look for a pullback lower in the Dollar. 

I’m cautious in USDJPY – a potential expanded flat – but frankly, in the 5-min market, it doesn’t really have too much say to be honest so I’m still rather cautious in this pair. EURJPY is finely balanced and has choices on both sides of the current price. I’d suggest caution here today.

Finally, the Aussie needs to see a deeper pullback from the 0.7347 low before a new low.

Good trading
Ian Copsey  

Monday, June 18, 2018




Friday’s sharp move higher in the Dollar finally came to a halt to then develop a correction. I’m expecting to see a deeper pullback. However, there’s a limit. Forgetting USDJPY for the moment, EURUSD and USDCHF saw the Dollar rally in a 5-wave move. In GBPUSD, the decline was also a 5-wave move but compared to the other two Europeans, GBPUSD had completed a Wave a/iii. While we can’t say that these three will see their corrections develop in the same proportion, it does suggest that we’re not going to see an extreme pullback. 

Coming back to USDJPY, we’re going to have to watch the move. There’s room on the downside and even the potential for further gains. However, if I have my own way then I’d guess that we’ll see a correction lower before the next push higher develops. 

In EURJPY, I could see the potential for the EURUSD/USDCHF vs GBPUSD to form a corrective development. So far we have seen a completed zigzag followed by a Wave -x-, a Wave -a- and this morning’s dip in a Wave -b-. Therefore we’ll be due a Wave -c- but we haven’t enough information to generate any targets. However, once that has been seen, it will be interesting to note the final zigzag in a triple three. This would tend to suggest that it may find a rough cap for Dollar gains to resume.

The Aussie? Swings – bearish ones… but relatively limited.

Have a profitable week
Ian Copsey  

Friday, June 15, 2018


The expected losses in the Dollar mainly developed well. That EURUSD actually made a new high was a bit of a surprise although in GBPUSD managed to reach the 1.3447 level – and that’s when all hell let loose. Attempting to judge that decline was not an easy matter although – as far as I have seen, we’ve found some Dollar highs. That the decline developed in a 5-wave move, it tends to suggest a modest pullback higher at the very least. It could even be higher.

USDJPY dithered, probably giddy with EURUSD and GBPUSD development and basically the Japanese currency merely attempted to do very little. This tends to suggest a new low today while EURUSD and GBPUSD see their pullbacks. The weirdest structure was USDCHF, pushing to a new high, then a new low, basically developing an expanding triangle. Once that was complete the Swissie managed to put flame to the to upside. It may just make a minor new high before a reversal. 

The Aussie should now see losses towards the Wave iii.

After a rather trying development in EURJPY – that did make a minor new high – EURUSD jumped on a piggyback for sharp losses to form a Wave (a). Hey, guess what? We’ll need a pullback first before any further losses.

Have a great weekend
Ian Copsey  

Wednesday, June 13, 2018


I can’t say it was a marvellous day. However, I wasn’t really expecting a grand rush. Yesterday I mentioned the Price Equilibrium Clouds and looking for a break to the Dollar upside. USDJPY, EURUSD and AUDUSD broke through the Clouds to push higher in the Dollar. USDCHF was rather reticent and basically provided a sideways move but still without breaking below the 4-hour Cloud low. Equally, GBPUSD decided to follow the Swissie’s sideways move. AUDUSD is struggling a bit but should see that it’s lagging and I’m pretty certain that it’ll break below both hourly & 4-hour Clouds. 

Basically, the outcome should be Dollar bullish again today but will have some initial swings – not really a surprise in the Asian centre. By the European session the Dollar upside risk will grow and push into the North American session. 

If possible, just ride the Asian session and look for decent signs of any pullback to buy into. I suspect by the end of the day that we’ll be looking a little more bullish…

Good trading
Ian Copsey  

Monday, June 11, 2018




I spent quite some time over the weekend resolving EURUSD in particular. I created what I had thought was a great solution. However, when writing the beginning of the report I realised that there was still an error. However, when I look at the range of pairs I still get the perception that they are looking to still push higher in the Dollar. 

Even if I have made a mistake, frankly the relatively shallow pullback could be considered enough because we do still need deeper losses overtime. Therefore, I’m still (more cautiously) looking for Dollar gains but this does make GBPUSD rather uncertain - but still bearish. 

There is room for a pullback but it’s not going to be too deep. Therefore, it’s a rather difficult outcome to judge at this point. 

As for the Aussie, we saw quite a decent decline on Friday to form a Wave [i] but how deep will the Wave [ii] be? That’s just another puzzle to work out…

Have a profitable week
Ian Copsey  

Friday, June 8, 2018


When EURUSD broke higher, ignoring my expectation, it created a massive problem. From 01:15 when I arose from my slumber, I have been trying to resolve the structures – both lower degree and daily. I came up with two options although I’ve still to ratify the structures. Of course, I have the other pairs that also provide information. For EURUSD, I have a daily chart that needs confirmation but appears to be in line with the other pairs – while the hourly decline from 1.2413 to 1.1510 is yet not clarified at all (despite lots of attempts.)

However, feel that even if we have seen a new low in USDCHF, I feel that I’ve resolved the issue and thus yesterday’s low should be the final low. At the same time, in GBPUSD, I hadn’t expected a break above 1.3444 to reach 1.3472, that was a possible target a couple of days ago. I have also found an alternative for USDJPY. It does have some minor risk of a deeper pullback but with USDCHF having been ratified I suspect we’ll see direct gains. 

So… overall, while rather cautious, I feel we’re going to see the Dollar gains I expected a few days ago… 

That EURJPY has seen the Wave b/iii at the 84% retracement, while there is a little more room that could be used, the solid hourly & 4-hour bearish divergences are really suggesting losses. Well, it’s not USDJPY that’s going to fuel that – so it’s down to a bearish EURUSD. 

As for AUDUSD, I’d really like to suggest that we have seen the final high but I’m not particularly confident. However, a break below 0.7594 will signal losses.

Have a great weekend
Ian Copsey  

Thursday, June 7, 2018




USDJPY and USDCHF did their best to provide the Dollar gains. While USDJPY managed to make slow but steady gains, USDCHF decided to continue to ride in a roller coaster but managed to remain above the 0.9826 low. 

Then came the Gremlin… EURUSD broke above 1.1762. So that provided me with a Sudoku problem but which has been resolved. Indeed, it has actually provided the solution for the stronger outlook – but on the downside. At the same time, GBPUSD reached the target areas I had been looking for.

Now we can swat the Gremlin… 

The Aussie appears to need just a little more on the upside before resuming the downtrend. Equally, with EURUSD pushing higher – along with USDJPY – we have moved to a rather deep pullback. 

This is the time for Dollar gains once more – but equally across all Dollar pairs…

Good trading
Ian Copsey  

Wednesday, June 6, 2018


Yesterday provided the gains in the Dollar – but then a deep correction. That was annoying but clearly within the individual structures we’ve only just started the next leg higher. The only disappointing issue as that GBPUSD decided that it really wanted to make another high. However, we’re within spitting distance of the high and that will then trigger the downside to confirm Dollar gains.

As the day begins, we should see USDJPY correcting lower. I suspect it won’t be too deep because USDCHF has barely any room on the downside. EURUSD is pretty much in the same situation – just 12 pips below the Wave (iv) high. 

Overall, it suggests the normal Asian session that tends to prefer limited ranges and that actually suits the balance to allow GBPUSD to make a final high for all 4 majors to point to the Dollar upside.

Another annoyance is that EURJPY has just pushed above the prior high at 128.71 to reach 128.76. However, I suspect – and have just confirmed that instead of a triple three, we have seen a single zigzag higher… Therefore, we should soon see losses.

As for the Aussie, it seems it needs a little deeper pullback before losses resume…

Good trading
Ian Copsey  

Tuesday, June 5, 2018




Yesterday completed the pullbacks in GBPUSD and EURUSD. Long live the Dollar – well, for some more months… Basically, we should now be looking for the Dollar upside to develop. Already, USDJPY and USDCHF have already completed the early stages of the next rally. This should see GBPUSD forming a Wave i later in the day while EURUSD needs to complete a 3-wave decline in a Wave v. This tends to suggest that we’ll likely see some range trading/correction so the risk of strong moves is rather unlikely. However, at this point, we should see the Dollar looking for gains but with swings.

Therefore, overall, we are looking at a Dollar bullish outlook through the 4-majors over today and probably tomorrow. 

I feel we have seen the top of EURJPY although we’ll have to manage possible sideways moves at times but overall we should see losses. Having said that, as I noted above, EURUSD doesn’t look like a developing in a strong decline while USDJPY really needs to get going on the upside. This tends to suggest a rather fractious development and thus the need for care.

Finally, the Aussie broke higher. That came as a shock but when looking at the final stages of the losses, the Wave -v- was a mere 9.35%... That’s just one of the weirdest and probably the most shallow Wave -v- I have ever encountered… From there we have see a double zigzag… will we see a triple three or just losses?

Good trading
Ian Copsey  

Monday, June 4, 2018


However, there’s only a little more to go. Well, lets just say that GBPUSD, after a rather lethargic decline, it suddenly rose from the grave to make a new high. Meanwhile, EURUSD shunned the upside on Friday but hasn’t yet managed to confirm the high. Maybe it will follow GBPUSD but there’s no absolute outcome because of the option of a deep (higher wave degree) Wave (b)/(v). 

USDJPY and USDCHF also appear to have options right at the start. I would say that USDJPY will likely see an initial pullback lower and then resume gains while USDCHF could either see losses as in USDJPY but may make a minor corrective high first before losses. 

All of this tends to suggest the potential for relatively tight ranges over today. However, once EURUSD and GBPUSD have completed their moves we know what’s going to come next…

The Aussie returned to the downside but only to complete a 5-wave decline. There’s a little bit of room above Friday’s end-of-day high at 0.7573 but not too much. Whether it sees immediate losses or a pullback higher first is the puzzle.

As for EURJPY, we saw further gains. I can’t say it’s not a Wave -iv- but I took a longer look into the losses and feel that we are more likely to have seen the (purple) Wave -a- at 124.62. This tends to make sense because it was getting too high (although not breaking the Wave -iv- limit). However, it actually tends to suggest a pullback lower and then a final rally before deeper losses…

Have a profitable week
Ian Copsey