Forex Strength And Comparison For July 2017

In the Currency Strength table, the NZD was the strongest currency while the JPY was the weakest. There were some significant changes last month with the AUD and CAD gaining 4 points strength. The JPY lost 4 points and the CHF 3 points. The other currencies remained around the same level of last week with a maximum change in the strength of just 2 points.

12 Months Currency Score Strength

The 12 Months Currency Strength and the 12 Months Average are provided here below. This data and the “12 months Currency Classification” are considered for deciding on the preferred range. Because it is not ideal nor desired to change the range for a currency every single month, we perform several checks to avoid this.

  • First of all the strength over a period of 12 months. See each row for more information.
  • Then the 12 months average, see the last row called “Avg. 12 M.”
  • The number of months that a currency is stronger than another currency can also be evaluated.
  • The TA Charts for each Time Frame can also be consulted.
  • For analyzing the best pairs to trade looking from a longer-term perspective the last 12 months Currency Classification can be used in support.
    This was updated on 2 July 2017 and is provided here for reference purposes: 
    Strong: USD, NZD. The preferred range is from 7 to 8.
    Neutral: JPY, AUD, CHF. The preferred range is from 4 to 6.
    Weak: EUR, GBP, CAD. The preferred range is from 1 to 3.

    When looking at the Average 12 M. Score the NZD is the strongest of all and the GBP the weakest. The currencies are grouped together around a level which makes clear to what classification they fit best. It is clear to see in the Avg. 12 M. values to what groups the currencies belong. 
    This is not the case for the CHF, it has now an Average 12 M. Score between the Neutral and Weak currencies. It is closer to the Neutral currencies and is now classified as such.

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    Author: Travis Esquivel

    Travis Esquivel is an engineer, passionate soccer player and full-time dad. He enjoys writing about innovation and technology from time to time.

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