The U.S dollar is the king of the currency markets but recent trading patterns suggest that if King Dollar doesn’t reverse higher soon, it may be an indication that investors are losing faith in the US Dollar.
As you can see in the chart below,
- King Dollar has made a series of higher highs while maintaining its up-trend line at (1) for the past 9-years.
- Over the past 3 year, however, the Dollar may have created a bearish “double top” pattern.
- Since the second peak in 2020, the Dollar has fallen sharply and is attempting to break its 9-year trend support line at (2).
The decline has sent effected dollar-sensitive assets, such as precious metals prices, higher. Stay tuned!
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