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Correction In Risk Assets: Is There Still More to Go?

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Downside targets have yet to be hit in the euro and the Aussie dollar, and the bond markets aren't telling us anything bullish to counteract the negativity in currencies.

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The daily chart of the Aussie dollar / Japanese yen cross (AUDJPY) is shown below. From just over 80, the AUDJPY still has room to go lower before the first possible wave iii target (the 138.2% Fibonacci price projection line at 78.236) is tested. If that level of support does not hold up, then the next support level would be the 161.8% projection line at 77.409.

Something to keep in mind is that this wave iii move lower (see blue Fibonacci labels and lines) is merely a part of a larger wave C move to the downside. There's much more room to go lower before the wave C target at 70.944 is approached. Can other risk assets hold their macro bullish patterns if this type of move in the AUDUSD occurs (open-ended question)?


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At 1.02590, the Aussie dollar / US dollar cross (AUDUSD) also has a bit more room to the downside before its short-term wave ((iii))) target range (1.00435 to 0.99570) is tested. Like the AUDJPY, AUDUSD is also in a bigger picture "c" wave to the downside. So, even when the downside target range is hit, don't look for a major upside move. Rather, we should expect to see some sort of "flat" correction as wave ((iv)) plays out.


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So, the Aussie crosses are telling us to expect a bit more downside in risk assets in the very short-term. Once that move is done, the Aussie crosses are further telling us that we should see a modest move sideways to higher (fourth waves) and then another move lower (fifth waves).
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