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U.S. Dollar has hit the long term Fibonacci swing point

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U.S. Dollar


The short term trend turned positive back in May when it failed to make a new low after coming off of 23.6% in March. The target from the failure to make the new low was 38.2%  (94.90) of the same move and this is where it is today.

The first setback on the rally from the May low held 38.2% on 7/30/21 and as the 38.2% rule states, it should go for new highs to keep the short term trend positive. After the new high from there, it retreated again to 38.2% on 9/3/21. This also led to a new high for the move as it should, keeping the short term trend positive. The next rally fell just short of the long term swing point of 94.90, this is 38.2% of this year's low and last year's high. The break from there was only able to get back to 23.6% of the year's low, this happened on 10/28/21. This rally has taken it to the 94.90 long term swing point.

As for now,

The retracements below show that the market is getting stronger by holding tighter levels, however this is the long term swing point they are at. With this being 38.2% we have to follow the 38.2% rule and that can send it down to new lows longer term and a failure to turn at this level should send it to 61.8% of the same move.

On a break from here we would look for new lows, however as always we will watch all the retracements on any setback to see just how weak, or strong the market is regardless of the long term target. Any break that can only get back to 38.2%  (92.80) of the current rally will keep the short term trend positive and you can look for new highs for the move.

Failing to turn lower at 94.90 and with a couple closes above it, the long term trend turns positive and we will look for 61.8% at 98.30.

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