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USOil drops, USDCAD rises

Wednesday, May 3, 2017 6:32 AM GMT
USDCAD goes “Loonie” especially when USOIL is extremely volatile. USOIL dropped sharply on Tuesday following the high supply expectations and pushed the pair even higher. [More]
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USDCAD Daily Trading Plan

Tuesday, May 2, 2017 6:08 AM GMT
This analysis may give two potential trading setups by providing entries as well as exits. We keep it really simple and straightforward. Always review your own analysis, if there is confluence between this and your own strategy, then you may have even better trading setups. [More]
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Reviewing Major Trading Zones after Jobless Claims

Monday, April 3, 2017 5:04 AM GMT
On Thursday, we reviewed the major pairs and created potential trading plans following Jobless Claims report. Let’s see what happened after the event. [More]
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Major Trading Zones before U.S. Jobless Claims and GDP

Thursday, March 30, 2017 6:40 AM GMT
We have noted major zones that define the current price action for each pair. These zones can be very useful as support and resistance areas for intraday trading setups. Moreover, if price violates these zones, their purpose can change; meaning the support turns to resistance and vice versa. [More]
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USDCAD Daily Trading Plan

Tuesday, March 21, 2017 6:50 AM GMT
This analysis may give two potential trading setups by providing entries as well as exits. We keep it really simple and straightforward. Always review your own analysis, if there is confluence between this and your own strategy, then you may have even better trading setups. [More]
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USDCAD Technical Outlook

Tuesday, March 21, 2017 5:22 AM GMT
Technical Outlook Loonie is trying to create a base after the big downfall on Wednesday. However, it has only recovered 30%, currently, it is under pressure again. On the daily timeframe, price is rejecting from below 5 and 21 EMA, which seems to be bearish behavior. [More]
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Trading Setups Following News (EURAUD, EURCAD, GBPCAD, GBPJPY, USDCAD)

Thursday, March 16, 2017 5:22 AM GMT
Following the FED’s and BOJ’s impact on market, we are expecting BOE’s announcement about its monetary policy program later today. It is widely expected that they will keep the interest rate unchanged at 0.25% maintaining a neutral position. [More]
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Reviewing USD pairs after NFP

Monday, March 13, 2017 6:03 AM GMT
Finally, February’s payroll report came in better than estimated, 235k actual versus 190k expected. While Labor force participation was increased to 63% (Prev: 62.9%) and Average hourly Earnings stayed unchanged. Therefore, US dollar fell against its main rivals, having its biggest one-day drop since January. [More]
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Reviewing USD pairs before NFP (EURUSD,GBPUSD,AUDUSD,USDJPY,USDCHF,USDCAD)

Friday, March 10, 2017 5:38 AM GMT
Markets are expecting 190k jobs increase this month versus last month’s 227k while unemployment rate 4.7% versus 4.8%. In the event of a positive NFP, a rate hike will be confirmed at the FOMC meeting in the upcoming week; therefore, USD dollar will be under pressure. [More]
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USDCAD Daily Trading Plan

Friday, March 10, 2017 5:14 AM GMT
This analysis may give two potential trading setups by providing entries as well as exits. We keep it really simple and straightforward. Always review your own analysis, if there is confluence between this and your own strategy, then you may have even better trading setups. [More]

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