Short Term Setups - 25 September 2016 video

For STTS subscribers - by Stefano Breschi - 3 min 20 sec

Covering AUDUSD, USDJPY, SP500 and DAX30.


AUDUSD
Weekly bullish candle bouncing off 0.7440 support. Possible surge to 0.7675-0.7750 resistance area next week. Look for a retracement to the 150/365 moving averages in the one hour chart and an upward rotation in that area.
USDJPY
Bouncing offd 100 support but bearish trend so we may see a pull back to 101.60 area and the 50 moving average. We might get a downside push to attempt to break 100.00 support. Look for a retracement to the 150/365 moving averages in the one hour chart.
SP500
Weekly bullish candle after an upward rotation at the 38.2 Fibonacci lelev two weeks ago. Likely re-test of recent all time high 2194.
DAX30
Weekly bullish candle bouncing off 10250 support. Likely attempt next week to break 10800 resistance.


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