The Euro took a dip during the night further confirming a bearish mindset. I’m not exactly happy with this wave count as there is a bit of conflict here as the COT reports still have commercials being net long. Any big changes in COT positions are not posted yet. It takes the Saturday to look it all over for any changes. The USD acted bullish at the same time and gold pushed to $1320 before it backed off.
This short term Euro plunge could lead into a long spike which increases the chances a longer reversal is comming.
During the 2018 bearish phase, the Euro was extremely choppy which are classic diagonal wave structures, and they are still acting that way.
The golden cross is still in effect but that may not last too much longer after the 200-day MA gets sliced in two.
Brexit woes continue and survival of the Eurozone is also at risk as democratic countries are under constant threat of cyber attacks and debt traps.
Even though the Euro looks very bearish we should be very vigil for an unxepected reversal.