Review of AUD / JPY pair for the week of June 7 on simplified wave analysis

Wave picture of the H4 chart:

This scale of analysis refers to the last ascending section of the cross plot dated March 23. In a larger downward wave model, he claims a correction point. The wave is formed in the form of an "ascending flag".


The wave pattern of the H1 chart:

The rising segment of the chart from May 30 reached the lower limit of the powerful resistance zone. The wave has a high potential, allowing to wait for the continuation of the price increase.

The wave pattern of the M15 chart:

Within the main short-term wave in recent days, there is a need for a counter correction. Given the impulse nature of the recovery, the decline is expected to be no further than the minimum level.


Recommended trading strategy:

Sales are highly risky, only possible for transactions inside the day. For traders trading above the M15 timeframe, I recommend looking for buying signals in the settlement support area.

Resistance zones:

- 84.40 / 84.90

Support zones:

- 83.30 / 82.80

Explanations to the figures:

A simplified wave analysis uses a simple waveform, in the form of a 3-part zigzag (ABC). The last incomplete wave for every time frame is analyzed. Zones show the calculated areas with the greatest probability of a turn.

Arrows indicate the counting of wave according to the technique used by the author. The solid background shows the generated structure and the dotted exhibits the expected wave motion.

Attention: The wave algorithm does not take into account the duration of the tool movements in time. To conduct a trade transaction, you need to confirm the signals used by your trading systems.

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