AUD/USD: 5th wave – 21 September 2012

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The aussie has risen up to the 1.0500 level in what is probably a wave 5 of the move up from the start of September – itself part of a larger 5th wave. There is a chance the pair will rise even further and reach the monthly pivot at 1.0535 and then probably the trend-line at 1.0550 – at least on an intraday basis. Given this is probably a 5th of a 5th it could be shorter or longer than usual and may be followed by an unusually steep decline.

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