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AUDUSD: I will sell if 1.0222 breaks down

I think it was a good decision to close AUDUSD short position. Soon after I closed the position, it bottomed, and now I see a clear rebound of .2 wave on the daily chart:

On 3 hours chart, I can see C wave now is about the length of A within .2 wave. .2 may be ending soon if my view that AUDUSD is still in IV wave is correct.

I will sell AUDUSD if 1.0222 breaks down.

EURUSD to 1.4750 in near term?

In the midst of the news of S&P’s downgrade on USA and ECB’s signal on massive purchase of Italy and Spain’s debt, here is what I think of EURUSD.

Here is the weekly chart with my Elliott wave counts:

Here is the daily chart:

Here is the 6 hours chart:

In near term, I may trade long EURUSD towards 1.4750.

Sold small unit of EURUSD

Capital growth for Q2 was 0.58%. Made up the loss from Q1 by a little, and now YTD is -1.75%.

So far, it looks like b wave finished as triangle wave, and the final impulse wave C of the zigzag .a emerged.

Here is 60min chart:

I sold EURUSD at 1.4058 with stop loss at 1.4380, risking 1.8% of my capital.

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Total returns

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