NZD\USD Reached a Decade Long All-Time Low
What Happened to the NZD\USD?
The NZD\USD has suffered from a decline that has been constant for a decade, according to financial reports. Yet, the price continued in the current trading zone 0.6236 – 0.6438, which indicates that there is a hesitation from sellers for the price to remain in its position.
In addition, there is a deviation between (RSI) and the price that is relevant to the Aussie Dollar. Thus, NZD\USD might be searching for an assessment of the high end of the zone that is subject on clearing both the daily and weekly resistance levels.
There is a daily support level that shows there is an all-time low with the NZD\USD.
According to technical indicators, the projected prices are downwards. The project upper bound is 0.64; the projected lower bound is 0.62 and the projected closing price is 0.63. This proves that there is a downward spiral in the NZD\USD, which means that the economy is taking a hit. With candlestick indicators, a black body took place since prices are closing lower than they opened. For the past ten bars, there have been an equal amount of five white candles and five black candles. In the past fifty years, there have been 22 white candles and 28 black candles; this shows that there is an excess of black candles than white.
Momentum indicators define the speed of the movement of prices over a period of time, this shows that any changes in momentum results in a change in prices. There are four momentum indicators: the Stochastic Oscillator, Relative Strength Index, Commodity Channel Index, and the MACD. All of the aforementioned indicators will be applied to the NZD\USD current situation. The Stochastic Oscillator is represented by searching for overbought and oversold areas, either over 80 and\or below 20. With the NZD\USD current circumstance, the Stochastic Oscillator is 61.72; this means that there is neither an overbought or oversold reading.
With the Relative Strength Index (RSI), it analyzes any overbought and oversold areas, either over 70 and\or below 30. The present value of the NZD\USD RSI is 44.65, which means that it neither in the upper or lower area. As for the Commodity Channel Index, it also shows any overbought and oversold areas, either above 100 and\or below -100. The current worth of the NZD\USD CCI is 35; this means that there is no extreme top or bottom area. For the Moving Average Convergence\Divergence indicator (MACD) provides signals when it crosses its nine period signal line.
The Forex NZD\USD has locked down at -0.00 at 0.629. The volume was above average and Bollinger Bands was 33% narrower than average. Short-term clients must remember that buy\sell arrows, while intermediate\long-term clients should concentrate on the Bullish or Bearish trend revealed in the lower ribbon.