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1.3101 +0.0018    +0.14%
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Type: Currency
Group: Major
Base: US Dollar
Second: Canadian Dollar

  • Prev. Close: 1.3083
  • Bid/Ask: 1.3100 / 1.3102
  • Day's Range: 1.3066 - 1.3116
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1 USD = 1.3101 CAD
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Rod Simmons, BSc
Rod Simmons, BSc 15 minutes ago
while I don't have years of trading experience behind me I think the absolute floor for this pair is at or near 1.2750. I suggest that because the pair retraced to the lows of the Jan 20 candle when BoC trimmed rates by 0.25% followed by rise of 800 basis points. The area at or near 1.2750 is support and is where BoC trimmed rates by 0.25% on July 15. Thus, from a short term perspective shorts could exhaust at the 1.2750 level and from a long term perspective adding longs could see a temporary draw down on the account until we at least learn that the FED is more hawkish than dovish. Overall, and as I said before, BoC have exhausted all their tools to bring the pair to here. Now the FED must play their part to bring the pair to 1.40 and higher.
Alessandro Danos
Alessandro Danos 4 hours ago
the problem is: fed will not raise interest rates until inflation will be around 2%. in these 4 years of rally, usd went up on the possibility of a rate hike. now a rate hike is on the prices and usd can only fall. hoping this thing goes to 1,3164 to add more shorts ;)
Alessandro Danos
Alessandro Danos 4 hours ago
and the same fed said that inflation target of 2% can be reached in 2018 loooooooooooolllllll
Rod Simmons, BSc
Rod Simmons, BSc 18 hours ago
We got a long way to go before the Bulls turn into Bears. It took the bears 3 years to turn into Bulls. Surely Elliott wave or Fino 61.8 are not reliable nor valid measures that this uptrend is over?
Kevin Churley
Kevin Churley 18 hours ago
Was that question rhetorical?
Kevin Churley
Kevin Churley 18 hours ago
The USD uptrend started in 2011, we are 4 years into it now
Rod Simmons, BSc
Rod Simmons, BSc 17 hours ago
How do you know?
Kevin Churley
Kevin Churley 17 hours ago
Because I can see it on the chart.. The USD had a bull run from 1992 - 2002, then a deep bearish run from 2002-2007, then a USD bull run from 2007 -2009, followed by a bearish run from 2009 - 2011. Then in 2011 the start of the upward swing the USD started again to where we are today..
Kevin Churley
Kevin Churley 16 hours ago
Even if it's not the end of the current bull run, the pair is going to come down to at least the current trend line at 1.25....and likely even lower. Oil is currently at a low, and I believe is at a bottom. The US is not going to raise rates until at least Q2 of 2016 in my opinion.
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