DislikedYou did see the chart I posted with correlation indicator in bottom graph showing how it is not correlated or inversely either, right? Correlated is very close to 1 or negatively correlated is very close to -1.
And not here or there or 1 day out of the last x number of bars.Ignored
However, EURUSD and USDCHF have been of all times the most negatively correlated pairs.
I see a pretty much negatively correlated (mirror) situation in the following 1H chart.
And they just crossed each other... so maybe there will still be some uptrend for USDCHF and relative downtrend for EURUSD.
Both of them seem to behave with greater intensity when falling than when rising, this gives some differences, but one can't deny the fact that when one is rising, the other is falling. And vice versa. Doesn't have to be "to the pip" either.
In the daily chart, we can see that the behaviour has changed only from the beginning of November, where EURUSD has gone sideways while USDCHF kept climbing, but is not the usual correlative pattern as former months can testify of. However, it is interesting to point this out as to keep on the watch of a possible future change in the usual relationship of those pairs?