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Currencies and Interest Rates 2019 Video Outlook | PART III/III

by WaveTrack International| February 17, 2019 | 1 Comment

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Currencies & Interest Rates 2019 Video Series | PART III/III


US$ Dollar Continues Higher into Mid-Year 2019 before 7.8-Year Cycle Reasserts Downtrend – Long-Dated U.S./European Yields Heading Lower until June/July then Resuming Medium-Term Uptrend – Inflation Lower, then Surges Higher until 2021-24

We’re pleased to announce the publication of WaveTrack’s CURRENCIES & INTEREST RATES 2019 video updating medium-term ELLIOTT WAVE price-forecasts.



In last year’s June ’18 mid-year EW-Forecast Video, several key CURRENCY & INTEREST RATE events were highlighted –

  • The US$ dollar index was about to enter a period of price-consolidation from the 96.00 area lasting several months prior to resuming its larger ZIG ZAG corrective upswing that began from the Feb.’18 lows – upside targets to 99.91+/-
  • The Euro/US$ was set to begin a corrective rally from 1.1500+/- until year-end (2018) but then resume its larger ZIG ZAG decline that began from the Feb.’18 high with downside targets to 1.0825+/-
  • Stlg/US$ was forecast to begin a period of counter-trend rallies following steep declines that began from the April ’18 highs. But this would eventually give way to the next phase of a larger ZIG ZAG decline. Downside targets to 1.2523+/-
  • US$/Yen began a new FIVE WAVE IMPULSE uptrend from 104.56 earlier in 2018 with progressive advances expected into year-end 2018. Ultimate upside targets to 123.77+/-
  • AUD/US$ was forecast initially higher from 0.7320 but then continuing to a counter-trend decline from the Jan/’18 high with downside targets to 0.7004+/-
  • USD/CAD was forecast only marginally higher from 1.3080 but failing to break above the 2017 high of 1.3794 then turning down to begin the next phase of its medium-term downtrend
  • In fact, our analysis covered many more currency pairs/crosses. Actually, 30 in all but the overall theme that bound most of them together was a two-fold theme. First, the US$ Dollar’s period of strength that began 2018 would take a pause for several months. And second, it would resume higher after that consolidation/trading-range had completed.

    How did these Elliott Wave price-forecasts pan out?

    The three main drivers that provided US$ dollar strength was the continued expansion in the U.S. economy, the Federal Reserve’s persistence in tightening monetary policy with incremental interest rate hikes and some defensive, safe-haven plays as stock markets gyrated between mini-crashes and recoveries.

    But these actions helped to mould the Elliott Wave patterns predicted in the June ’18 report/video.

  • The US$ dollar index traded into a sideways consolidation for much of the remaining period of 2018, between 93.82 to 96.98 before resuming its larger zig zag upswing reaching 97.69 in November.
  • The Euro/US$ range-traded too, between 1.1815-1.1301 but has since resumed its larger zig zag downswing from the Jan.’19 high of 1.1571.
  • Stlg/US$ reached 1.2662 by August, but then range-trended into a multi-month consolidation/corrective pattern until ending in Jan.’19 at 1.3217.
  • US$/Yen whipsawed into a huge multi-month expanding flat corrective pattern within its developing five-wave uptrend. The expanding flat ended as a ‘flash-crash’ low at 104.80 on January 2nd but has resumed the larger uptrend since.
  • AUD/US$ traded modestly higher to 0.7484 but then resumed its overall decline that began from the Jan.’18 high of 0.8116. Downside targets to 0.7004+/- were exceeded when the ‘flash-crash’ sent levels down momentarily to 0.6700 but quickly up to 0.7100 afterwards.
  • The US$/CAD traded up to 1.3665 by late-December but it failed to break above the all-critical resistance level of 1.3794. It has since traded down into a five wave impulse pattern to 1.3068.
  • Overall, the US$ dollar pairs performed successfully within the forecasts of June ’18. So what next?

    Forecasts for 2019

    This year is set to continue those US$ dollar corrective ZIG ZAG rallies that began from the Feb.’18 lows of 88.26. So there’s a more immediate emphasis on US$ dollar strength against most US$ dollar pairs, including those of Emerging Markets and Asian Currencies.

    It may seem counter-intuitive because the latest news-flow indicates the Federal Reserve has been in a more conciliatory mood since stock markets crashed lower by -20% last October/December. But during this time, the US$ dollar actually steadied, if not, gained as safe-haven strategies kicked-in. Stock markets are preparing for another downswing in Q1 ’19. Whilst Emerging Markets and Asian Indices are seen as particularly vulnerable . If so, another round of safe-haven US$ dollar buying could see the final phase of 2018’s dollar correction advancing to meet those upside targets of mid-2018.


    Looking further ahead, once the US$ dollar index has completed its final phase of advances as the ZIG ZAG correction from its 2018 lows, the dollar is then expected to resume its 7.8-year cycle downtrend – see fig #1 (below). This is very prevalent in the cycle analysis featured in these reports over the last several years – it’s part of a larger 15.6-year cycle that connects cycle-troughs and cycle-peaks over the last 60-years. The US$ dollar is forecast significantly lower over this next cycle interval. The main trigger – RISING INFLATIONARY PRESSURES!

    Currencies - US Dollar Index - Monthly - Cycle by WaveTrack International

    US Dollar Index – Monthly – Cycle by WaveTrack International

    In our PART I & II series for STOCK INDICES & COMMODITIES, we talked extensively about the final phase of an ‘INFLATION-POP’ that is set to lift asset prices significantly higher over the next few years. This maintains the SECULAR BULL UPTREND for stock markets and triggers a final round of COMMODITY price surges, many to NEW RECORD HIGHS. The ‘Inflation-Pop’ is triggered by several factors including rising interest rates and nationalistic protectionism which spills-over into rising prices of goods and services.

    Secular-Bull Cycle

    The U.S., as the largest economy in the world, is already suffering from bourgeoning fiscal and budget deficits and this is only going to get worse late into the SECULAR-BULL and INFLATION-POP cycle. The U.S. National Debt has exceeded $20 trillion dollars and shows no signs of abating. Current economic policies like reducing the trade deficit is already underway but is having little, immediate impact. If not from the Treasury of the Federal Reserve, the US$ dollar will eventually trade to the point of ‘least resistance’ which requires a hefty decline to re-balance this growing debt pile. In other words, the U.S. economy will be forced to reflate its way out of debt by allowing the US$ dollar to decline rapidly over the coming years into the next 7.8-year cycle low due in 2023/24. See fig #2 (below).

    Currencies + Interest Rates Video - History of US Debt

    History of US Debt

    Interest Rates

    In the June ’18 mid-year update, the US10yr YIELD was forecast to begin a major corrective downswing from levels around the 3.127% area. This was due to the fact that a FIVE WAVE IMPULSE pattern was approaching completion from the all-time-low traded in July ’16 from 1.316%.

    The yield ran up to 3.262% in October but has now succumbed to a THREE WAVE counter-trend ZIG ZAG correction with levels trading down to 2.543% since!!

    Now, this zig zag correction is still some way off from completion – another downswing is forecast for the first half of 2019!

    A similar Elliott Wave corrective pattern also began unfolding in the benchmark DE10yr Yield, from the Feb.’18 high of 0.806%. But this corrective decline is fast approaching its main downside objective. This could be delayed in order to synchronise with a dual low forecast in treasury yields, but the overall effect depicts additional declines into mid-year 2019.

    But looking much further ahead, Elliott Wave analysis depicts the next phase of major uptrends resuming from June/July ’19 onwards. Interest rates are forecast significantly higher over the next few years, playing its part in the ‘INFLATION-POP’ story.

    This 2019 report includes a look the US10yr INFLATION TIPS, trends in the shorter-dated maturities, the US05yr yield, the US02yr yield, the US10yr-DE10yr Spread and the US02yr-10yr Spread.

    New Currencies & Interest Rates 2019 Video – PART III/III

    We have amassed over 80 charts from our EW-Forecast database in this year’s Currencies & Interest Rates 2019 video. Each one provides a telling story into the way Elliott Wave price trends are developing in this next INFLATION-POP’ phase of cycle development. We’re taking a look at some very specific patterns that span the entire 15.6-year US$ dollar cycle. Explaining its current location and why inflation will trigger huge US$ dollar declines but simultaneously appreciating major Emerging Market and Asian Currencies.

    We’re updating some amazing cycles in the US$ dollar that you’ve simply got to know. Plus updating the global US$ dollar positioning against several key US$ dollar pairs – it’s a must-see!

    We invite you to take this next step in our financial journey with us – video subscription details are below – just follow the links and we’ll see you soon!
    Most sincerely,

    Peter Goodburn
    Founder and Chief Elliott Wave Analyst
    WaveTrack International

    Contents: 81 charts | Time: 2 hours 5 mins. long

    The contents of this CURRENCY & INTEREST RATES VIDEO include Elliott Wave analysis for:

    • US$ index
    • Euro/US$
    • Stlg/US$
    • US$/Yen
    • US$/CHF
    • AUD/US$
    • NZD/US$
    • US$/CAD
    • Euro/Stlg
    • Euro/Yen
    • Asian ADXY
    • US$/IDR
    • US$/MXN
    • US$/ARS
    • US$/TRY
    • US$/ZAR
    • US$/BRL
    • US$/RUR
    • US$/CNY
    • Bitcoin

    Interest Rates:
    • U.S. AAA+ 30-Year Corporate Bond Yields
    • US30yr Yield
    • US10yr Yield
    • US10yr TIPS Break-Even Inflation Rate
    • DE10yr Yield
    • ITY10yr Yield
    • JPY10yr Yield

    2018’s 4th Wave Correction Approaching A Terminal Low In Q1 2019!


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      May 31st, 2024 @ 3:10 am

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