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Type: Currency
Group: Minor
Base: Canadian Dollar
Second: Swiss Franc
  • Prev. Close: 0.7756
  • Bid/Ask: 0.7755 / 0.7756
  • Day's Range: 0.7744 - 0.7762
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CAD/CHF 0.7755 -0.0001 -0.01%

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Prev. Close0.7756
Bid0.7755
Day's Range0.7744 - 0.7762
Open0.7756
Ask0.7756
52 wk Range0.7122 - 0.7961
1-Year Change3.17%
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Summary Strong Buy Buy Sell Strong Sell Buy

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Three Outside Up 1M 4 Jul 17
Bullish Engulfing 1M 5 Jun 17
Three Inside Down 1W 15 Aug 06, 2017
Three Inside Down 1M 17 Jun 16
Dragonfly Doji 1M 22 Jan 16

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Time: Nov 22, 2017 05:59AM (GMT -5:00)

Economic Calendar

Time Cur. Imp. Event Actual Forecast Previous
Thursday, November 23, 2017
08:30   CAD Core Retail Sales (MoM) (Sep)   1.0% -0.7%
08:30   CAD Retail Sales (MoM) (Sep)   0.9% -0.3%
11:30   CHF SNB Chairman Thomas Jordan speaks      
 

Central Banks

Bank of Canada (BOC)
Current Rate 1.00%
Chairman Stephen S. Poloz
Swiss National Bank (SNB)
Current Rate -0.75%
Chairman Thomas Jordan

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Rachelle Williams
Rachelle Williams Oct 27, 2017 10:38AM GMT
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What is happening with this pair?
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Masna Prime
MasnaPrime Nov 20, 2017 7:34PM GMT
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OPEC, oil talks, Syria, and Iraqi oil. Plus, Russia oil fun!
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Masna Prime
MasnaPrime Oct 09, 2017 9:07PM GMT
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Oct 18th through Nov 8th - 0.7567 TP ... there will be some retracing during this time, so plan your orders to short as she climbs now and then....Just my personal opinion based on my long term analysis..Good luck all!.-Masna
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Ricky Tan
Ricky Tan Oct 12, 2017 12:01PM GMT
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Would you mind sharing with us why you think it will be bearish soon. Tks.
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Masna Prime
MasnaPrime Oct 17, 2017 4:46AM GMT
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Ricky Tan . Most of my analysis is based on the Monthly/Weekly, since I am a longer-term trader. As far as longer-term trends, they don't lie, usually.. If you're a shorter-term trader, be prepared to ender orders for re-trace as high as .7907 before the ultimate TP of 0.7567.. Another word of advice is to keep an eye on Oil... she moves CAD heavily.. I'm usually ready to ride the wave in the wrong direction and trigger more orders for the ultimate payout. Reverse Long-term trends are my friend, so if this is not your style, be careful not to go very large lot sizes.. Also, as a rule of thumb, I always collect any orders that are 50% to my TP, and replace those orders for retracement. This enables me to double/triple dip until at last, the trend eventually hits my target, collecting the remaining 50% of my active trades.. I hope this helps. My methods actually depend on the markets moving in the wrong direction and wave-theory correction for me to make money, which may not be suitable for everyone. . Cheers!
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MA FI
MaFi Nov 08, 2017 2:20PM GMT
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What is your opinion now? Still TP: 0.7567? :)
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Masna Prime
MasnaPrime Nov 20, 2017 7:33PM GMT
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MaFiNope. r. r. I always find it interesting when people encourage failure, however. r. r. Can't get 'em all right, all the time! However, if you re-read my statements, as I have said, I am a longer-term trader, and it's always good to place your lots accordingly for retracement.r. r. We'll still see that TP. However, with news of Syria & Iraq wanting to pump oil again, and OPEC in talks, I'm not surprised by your comment. Who could have known. I never profess to.r. r. I only layout my strategies long-term, and do quite well.r. r. Hope you made a huge profit!r. r. Cheers!
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MA FI
MaFi 15 hours ago
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MasnaPrime Do not get me wrong... I did not encourage failure, since I am on the same side as you. I have some sell positions open... so I hope we are right about the direction it is heading in long term. I appreciate your comments and I always like to read your detailed analysis... so please keep sharing your thoughts with us! ;). . BTW: what does r.r. stands for?
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Si Gi
Si Gi Sep 29, 2017 3:12PM GMT
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Bearish data on Canadian GDP  showed up couple of hours ago and fall was stright forward, but just now CAD starts to fall again.. the question why so late second time? Can anyone advise me? I'm new and trying learn how the things work... thx.
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Masna Prime
MasnaPrime Sep 29, 2017 10:01PM GMT
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Hi Si,. There are many factors that cause any pair to dip and climb again, beyond GDP... I would recommend registering for free with a site like MyFXBook. Once registered, you can click 'Home' and then 'Economic calendar to see 'down to the the second' economics data of any event, future or past.. I have an additional monitor just for this reason, and it helps much, for this reason.. There are many factors that move different pairs, depending on the pair you invest in... including commodity data, i.e. Gold, Dairy, Corn & a slew of many other indicators that will help you make the best decisions for going Long or Short.. What I'm getting at here, is that even if you know that Interest Rates for a given country are about to rise, and are certain about it, it doesn't necessarily mean it's time to put all your eggs in one basket and go Long because of it. Sure, it very well may spike Long or have the affect you desired. However, if other factors (combined) outweigh that Hike, disaster can strike.
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Si Gi
Si Gi Nov 10, 2017 11:04AM GMT
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MasnaPrime  just now I've noticed your answear and would like to thank you so much for your answear & advice!
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