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Australian dollar in overbought territory
Published on 25.01.2018 15:50

The Australian dollar has now broken through 4 previous strong resistance points in the last month to reach the highs of last year but looking at the charts, the Aussie may be getting a little ahead of itself and a reversal may be in the making.

The last time the currency had such a run was back in July of last year which created a negative RSI divergence outside of the main boundaries and although the price remained there for some time, it eventually pulled back sharply to fall back within the RSI range.

This time around the Australian dollar has remained outside of the RSI range for longer so we could be in for a downturn any day now.

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Andrew Masters

Analyst

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