EURNZD Up 1,200 Pips & Short EURAUD

Well that escalated quickly. Our short EURNZD complex has ballooned to 1,200 pips of unrealized profits. We've revised our targets after our "primary target" (as seen on the charts) was achieved. We're keeping this new "secondary target" private. Just 2 days ago we penned a note on our Trading Journal that we were heavily short the euro ahead of this Thursday's December ECB event risk.

Over the past 50 hours, European data came out soft, priming market sentiment for tomorrow's event. We updated readers Monday about our positions, how and why we built up our short exposure on the euro, particularly the EURNZD.

We're now less than a day away from what will be the second most anticipated ECB meeting for the whole of 2015. Expectations are for a 10bp rate cut to the bank's deposit facility and some sort of increase in its PSPP (QE size and breadth). We're not going over this as we've already done so on previous occasions.

 EURNZD has reached our "primary target" where there was a dearth of committed buyers ahead of Thuraday's ECB presser. Collectively, we are floating somewhere around 1,200 pips of unrealized profits and will continue to sell weak rallies into short term resistance areas. We have our "secondary target" in sight which we believe is in an area of significant and potentially pivotal support.

EURNZD has reached our "primary target" where there was a dearth of committed buyers ahead of Thuraday's ECB presser. Collectively, we are floating somewhere around 1,200 pips of unrealized profits and will continue to sell weak rallies into short term resistance areas. We have our "secondary target" in sight which we believe is in an area of significant and potentially pivotal support.

This note is just a brief update before we maintain a radio silence perhaps until the weekends. For those who have been following our progress starting 3 weeks ago, you'll understand that these trades are indeed legitimate and public. Very few traders are able to achieve what we have, let alone going public on those ideas.

We're still maintaining the 3 shorts on EURNZD. Early on Monday, we went short EURAUD on a classic pullback into our "short term selling zone". Recall that we booked 280 pips on EURAUD a week and a half ago.

EURAUD remains in a strong downtrend and will likely test the 1.44 handle before catching any so officiant bounce. The combination of a weak euro and stronger data out of China has greatly suppressed EURAUD this week. This trade now sits on 280 pips of unrealized profits.

 On Monday, we shorted EURAUD after the pair corrected into our "short term selling zone" where an area of past support has since acted as resistance. The pair saw fresh and strong selling leaving us to believe 1.4400 will be tested shortly. We are up roughly 280 pips in this trade. 

On Monday, we shorted EURAUD after the pair corrected into our "short term selling zone" where an area of past support has since acted as resistance. The pair saw fresh and strong selling leaving us to believe 1.4400 will be tested shortly. We are up roughly 280 pips in this trade. 

The long term trend for the euro is down. With this in mind, we're looking to price action in the context of tomorrow's ECB outcome to decide if we should revise this view. Should readers wish to keep abreast of our shenanigans, they can follow us on Facebook where we're actively publishing new content.

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