AUD/NZD: indicates the price of one Australian dollar in relation to New Zealand dollars. This currency pair would suit novice traders, since it’s not particularly volatile. The currency pair’s rate goes about 90 pips a day. It’s traded most actively at the start of the Asian and European trading sessions, as well as the opening of Australian Securities Exchange.
The similarity of the two countries’ economies doesn’t make for high volatility. It means that the instrument is well suited for beginners, while being poorly compatible with scalping.
To achieve better results in medium-term trading, it’s recommended to use the four-hour timeframe.
The main fundamental factors that influence this pair are: the difference in interest rates of New Zealand and Australia, global market trends, raw materials prices, as well as favorable weather conditions and natural disasters. Since the economies of both countries are usually dependent on similar factors, trend reversal is rather rare.