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Currencies

Monday, September 04, 2017

USDCAD Is Facing Major Support Trend Line / Currencies / Canadian $

By: Franco_Shao

After a sideways movement in a trading range between 1.2413 and 1.2778, USDCAD broke below 1.2413 previous low support and extended its downside movement from 1.3793 to as low as 1.2339.

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Currencies

Thursday, August 17, 2017

USDCAD Broke Above Bearish Trend Line / Currencies / Canadian $

By: Franco_Shao

After breaking below the May 2016 low of 1.2460 support, USDCAD rebounded strongly from 1.2413 and moved above the bearish trend line on its daily chart. However, the bounce from 1.2413 would possibly be consolidation of the downtrend from 1.3793, another fall towards 1.1500 is still possible after the consolidation.

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Currencies

Monday, August 07, 2017

Canadian Dollar Bullish Trend Reversal Triggered / Currencies / Canadian $

By: MarketsToday

Last week the USD/CAD currency pair triggered a bullish trend reversal as it rose above the prior week’s high and closed above it on a weekly basis. That’s the first time in 13 weeks that the pair closed above the prior week’s high. At the same time the 14-period Relative Strength Index (RSI) turned up from its most oversold position since October 2007 and crossed above the 30 line. Further, a double bottom breakout was triggered on the 4-hour chart (see below). This bullish price behavior follows support hit two weeks ago at 1.2412. That’s within the area of support from early-May 2016.

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Currencies

Wednesday, August 02, 2017

USDCAD Broke Below 1.2460 Support / Currencies / Canadian $

By: Franco_Shao

USDCAD recently broke below an important support level at the May 2016 low of 1.2460 and reached as low as 1.2413, confirming that the long term downtrend from the January 2016 high of 1.4689 had resumed.

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Currencies

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

USDCAD Facing Important Support At 1.2460 / Currencies / Canadian $

By: Franco_Shao

The USDCAD pair recently broke below the channel support and 1.2968 key support on its weekly chart, indicating that the long term bearish movement from the January 2016 high of 1.4689 has resumed. The pair extended its bearish movement to as low as 1.2627, facing an important support level at the May 2016 low of 1.2460.

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Currencies

Wednesday, July 05, 2017

USDCAD Broke below 1.2968 Key Support / Currencies / Canadian $

By: Franco_Shao

USDCAD’s bearish movement from the May 5 high of 1.3793 extended to as low as 1.2912, breaking below the January 31 low of 1.2968 key support, indicating that the long term bearish movement from the January 2016 high of 1.4689 has resumed.

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Currencies

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

USDCAD Broke below Channel Support / Currencies / Canadian $

By: Franco_Shao

USDCAD broke below the bottom trend line at 1.3435 of the price channel on its daily chart, suggesting that the uptrend started from the January 31 low of 1.2968 had completed at the May 5 high of 1.3793 already.

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Currencies

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

USDCAD Is Facing Channel Support / Currencies / Canadian $

By: Franco_Shao

USDCAD has reached the bottom trend line of the ascending price channel on its daily chart which acts as support for the upside movement. As long as the price is above the bottom trend line, the pair remains in bullish structure and the fall from May 5 high of 1.3793 could be treated as correction of the uptrend from January 31 low of 1.2968, another rise towards 1.4000 could be expected after the correction. All we should do now is to wait for the breakout to occur.

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Currencies

Wednesday, June 08, 2016

USDCAD Set To Resume Bear Rally / Currencies / Canadian $

By: Austin_Galt

The USDCAD looks just about ready to head back up which will be the next leg of the bear rally that commenced in early May 2016. Let's check out the action using the weekly and daily charts.

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Currencies

Sunday, April 03, 2016

Canadians Switch Out of Canadian Dollars Into U.S. Dollars Now!!... / Currencies / Canadian $

By: Clive_Maund

As a Brit I well understand the deep admiration the Canadians have for their powerful neighbors south of the border, even if it is not always expressed. The good news in this update is that now is the time to "put your money where your mouth is" when it comes to admiring the Yanks, by changing your Canadian dollars immediately into US dollars, the prime reason being that the Canadian looks set to drop after a big rally from mid-January, while the US dollar looks set to surprise by rallying away from the danger zone of the support around 93 on the dollar index.

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Currencies

Friday, February 12, 2016

Canadian Dollar Now Even Less of a Haven from US Dollar Collapse Than Before / Currencies / Canadian $

By: Jeff_Berwick

In 2011, we posted an article entitled  “The Canadian Dollar is No Haven from a US Dollar Collapse.”  The point of the article was that Canada had almost no gold reserves and the only thing backing the Canadian dollar was the US dollar.

Canadians were quite smug, back then, with the Canadian dollar trading above par with the US dollar and we wanted to remind them that not only would the Canadian dollar not be a haven from a US dollar collapse, but the loonie would collapse before the US dollar, since nothing is backing it but the US dollar and Canada had no gold (amongst many other reasons).

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Currencies

Monday, December 28, 2015

This Is What Gold Does In A Currency Crisis, Canadian Dollar Edition / Currencies / Canadian $

By: John_Rubino

Along with the currencies of most other commodity-exporting countries, the Canadian dollar has been in near-freefall lately.

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Currencies

Thursday, December 17, 2015

FOMC and Oil Double Whammy - Oh Oh Canadian Dollar! / Currencies / Canadian $

By: Dan_Norcini

FOMC and Oil. That double whammy was too much for the Cando in today's session as the currency broke down into a fresh ELEVEN YEAR LOW. Though it too did manage to bounce off the session lows as the US Dollar experienced a round of selling pressure, the Cando still ended the day lower. Currently in Asian trade, it is trading lower again.

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Interest-Rates

Wednesday, December 09, 2015

Bank of Canada Announces Negative Interest Rates; Loonie Sinks to 2004 Low / Interest-Rates / Canadian $

By: Mike_Shedlock

The Canadian dollar, affectionately known as the loonie because of a loon on the one dollar coin, has crashed vs. the US dollar.

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Currencies

Sunday, August 16, 2015

The World's Most Hated Major Currency Hits an 11-Year Low / Currencies / Canadian $

By: DailyWealth

Dr. Steve Sjuggerud writes: Crashing oil prices, crashing commodity prices, and a super-strong U.S. dollar – these three have been the trifecta of pain for the Canadian dollar in recent years.

All three of these together have pushed the Canadian dollar to an 11-year low.

In today's essay, I'll show you why the Canadian dollar could bottom out soon and start a solid rally...

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Currencies

Wednesday, March 04, 2015

Canada’s Central Banks Orders End to ‘Spocking’ Of Canadian Dollar - Defacing Debasing Currencies / Currencies / Canadian $

By: GoldCore

- From “Spocking” in Canada to overtly political imagery in Greece, paper currency is growing in popularity
- Outpouring of affection for Leonard Nimoy has inspired the phenomenon of “Spocking” in Canada
- Greek artist Stefanos alters euro notes to deliver a political message
- Defacing notes is illegal and a criminal offence in the EU, U.S. and most countries
- Disgruntled citizens defaming already debasing currencies … this may catch on …

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Currencies

Sunday, July 13, 2014

US Dollar vs. Canada Dollar : Get ready to catch the next UP-trend move! / Currencies / Canadian $

By: Submissions

Mustafa Hindawi writes: USDCAD bounced back from1.0620 due to bad data releases from Canada and closed last Friday at 1.0736 .
This pair offers a high probability trading setup both fundamentally and technically.

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Currencies

Thursday, June 12, 2014

USD/CAD Seeks Corrective Pullback / Currencies / Canadian $

By: Gregor_Horvat

USDCAD Daily
On USDCAD we are tracking a deep but still corrective price action from start of the year. We are looking at wave 4) that is part of an big impulsive rally from a weekly chart. Usually fourth waves will find a support around 28 or 50% retracement level compared to wave 3) which in our case comes in around 1.0730. As such, we see pair now trading down within final stages of a corrective retracement, so we need to be aware of a bullish reversal, probably at the start of June.

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Currencies

Thursday, February 13, 2014

USDCAD Targets New High Above 1.0700 / Currencies / Canadian $

By: Gregor_Horvat

USDCAD turned south two weeks back from above 1.1200 resistance region where we called end of a wave 3 that is part of an impulsive price action from 1.0170. We know that impulses are five wave pattern, and if we consider that larger trend on this pair is up, then we may suspect that retracement from the highs is probably just another correction within ongoing uptrend. With that said, we labeled a pullback as wave 4 that may send prices up in wave 5 in the next week or two. We expect new high as long as pair trades above 1.0700 invalidation level.

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Currencies

Monday, February 03, 2014

USD/CAD: Corrective Retracement Before Going UP / Currencies / Canadian $

By: Gregor_Horvat

USD/CAD has turned bearish last weeek from around 1.1220 where we see signs of a completed wave (v) of 3 with an ending diagonal formation at the end of extended move that typicaly confirms a bearish reversal. As such, we suspect that pair is now going south or at least sideways in black wave 4.

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Currencies

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

USDCAD Forex Analysis - Elliott Wave 3 Near Top / Currencies / Canadian $

By: Gregor_Horvat

USDCAD is moving sharply to the upside for the last couple of weeks since pair managed to move above 1.0660 resistance zone, back from 2011. Sharp and big move in short period of time like this one on USDCAD usually occurs in the middle of wave three of an impulsive price action. As such we adjusted the wave count and around now tracking an incomplete five wave recovery, either in wave (C) or (3). In both cases we expect higher levels, up to 1.1600/1.1700 as long as 1.0600 level holds.

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Currencies

Monday, January 27, 2014

Is the Canadian Dollar This Currency Losing Its “Safe” Status? / Currencies / Canadian $

By: DailyGainsLetter

Mohammad Zulfiqar writes: Not too long ago, I wrote about an economic slowdown in the Canadian economy and how it could take the value of the Canadian dollar even lower. (Read “How American Investors Can Profit from the Canadian Economy’s Demise.”) By no surprise, the Canadian dollar (also referred to as the “loonie”) looks to be in a freefall. Take a look at the following chart.

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Currencies

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

USDCAD Forex Analysis – Triangle In Progress / Currencies / Canadian $

By: Gregor_Horvat

USDCAD reversed lower at the end of last week from that trendline connected from July highs, which suggests that rally from 1.0180 was corrective leg. If that is the case then pair could be forming a bigger and complex correction than we firstly thought. We are now observing idea of a triangle with wave E underway back to 1.0300. This will be a final leg in the pattern, so be aware of a bullish period after completed pattern.

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Currencies

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Elliott Wave Forecast On USD-CAD: Two Scenarios, Both Bullish / Currencies / Canadian $

By: Gregor_Horvat

USD-CAD is in bearish mode since Friday which means that move from 1.0243 was actually made only in three waves, so this rally is now part of a larger complex correction, either a flat or a triangle. For now we will focus on a triangle but need to see an evidence of a low around 1.0300 zone and rally back to 1.0468 to confirm idea of a contracting triangle.

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Currencies

Thursday, August 29, 2013

USD-CAD Price Could Extend Up To 1.0650 / Currencies / Canadian $

By: Gregor_Horvat

On USDCAD we are tracking an impulsive price action from around 1.0280 which is still incomplete as we need five waves to the upside. In fact, in this week we have seen only a three wave set-back from the latest swing high which is a corrective structure, so we think that larger uptrend will resume soon so we labeled current retracement as wave 4, which means that we expect another push higher, into wave 5 that will be targeting 1.0620/1.0650.

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Currencies

Wednesday, August 07, 2013

USDCAD Is Turning Bullish-Elliott Wave Forecast / Currencies / Canadian $

By: Submissions

Gregor Horvat writes: USDCAD found a support around 1.02560 last week, from where the first reaction appears to be in impulsive fashion through the upper trend-line of a corrective channel. We know that impulses show direction of a trend or change in trend.

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Currencies

Friday, July 05, 2013

Canadian Dollar Analysis - Potential Emerging Trade / Currencies / Canadian $

By: Michael_Noonan

The volume activity recently caught our eye in the Canadian dollar and prompted a closer look. Our position is that by following the developing market activity, across a series of time frames, a story about a potential trade should emerge. What follows are our rough draft charts, without comments on them, beyond a few initial observations, going from one time frame to another. All that matters is the conclusion drawn from them.

Trend is always of primary consideration, and the daily seems to be at cross-purposes for positioning in harmony with the trend. Acknowledged and considered.

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Currencies

Monday, June 17, 2013

A Safe Place for Your Cash... OUTSIDE the U.S. Dollar / Currencies / Canadian $

By: DailyWealth

Dr. Steve Sjuggerud writes: Money flows to where it's treated best... that's one of the surest rules in finance.

And it is key to picking currencies.

Right now, money is treated better in Canada than in just about any other major country on the globe. And with the setup we have today, you could make as much as 27% over the next 12 months.

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Currencies

Wednesday, June 01, 2011

Canadian Dollar is No Haven from a US Dollar Collapse / Currencies / Canadian $

By: Jeff_Berwick

Best Financial Markets Analysis ArticleWe spend a lot of time here at The Dollar Vigilante chastising Ben Bernanke and the Federal Reserve and preparing our subscribers for a collapse of the US dollar - something which has been paying off very handsomely, with gold and silver at record highs this year - but don't take that to mean that we prefer any other fiat currency.  No fiat currency in the western world is any better than the US Dollar.  In fact, in every case, they are worse.

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Currencies

Friday, August 13, 2010

USD/CAD Could Still Be Trying to Base / Currencies / Canadian $

By: Seven_Days_Ahead

After an initial recovery attempt in Apr/May, USD/CAD has become consolidative - still with the prospect of forming a base, but still without the necessary bull signals to tilt the scales firmly in the bulls’ favour. Not for the first time interesting support has emerged from a 76.4% level...

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Currencies

Friday, June 25, 2010

Will USD/CAD Bounce Off 76.4% Support Continue? / Currencies / Canadian $

By: Seven_Days_Ahead

Best Financial Markets Analysis ArticleAn initial recovery off long term 76.4% support in USD/CAD has been followed by a deep setback, which has just found support from a shorter term 76.4% level. Bulls waiting in the wings now need this to continue, breaching certain resistance points.

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Currencies

Friday, April 30, 2010

USD/CAD Slide Stalls At Long Term 76.4% / Currencies / Canadian $

By: Seven_Days_Ahead

Best Financial Markets Analysis ArticleUSD/CAD bears have continued to dominate, with recovery attempts soon petering out. A long term 76.4% pullback level has now been reached, with the market pausing here, and we currently await better reaction.

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Commodities

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

U.S. Dollar Hedging Strategy Using Golden Commodity Currencies / Commodities / Canadian $

By: The_Gold_Report

Diamond Rated - Best Financial Markets Analysis ArticleDiscovery Investing pioneer Dr. Michael Berry's number-one hedging strategy against the struggling U.S. dollar is to simply own currencies of the commodity countries—of which Canada is his favorite. When Michael grew up in Canada, he recalls its currency— now fondly known as the loonie because of the image of the loon used on the die for the back of the C$1 coin—always being worth more than the U.S. dollar. We'll be revisiting those good ol' days within the next year, he predicts, as the Canadian dollar reaches parity with the greenback and then goes beyond.

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Currencies

Sunday, August 23, 2009

Canadian Government Economic Stimulus Threatens the Loonie / Currencies / Canadian $

By: Money_and_Markets

Best Financial Markets Analysis ArticleBryan Rich writes: caught its cold. And the currency of this key U.S. trading partner has since become a victim of the ebb and flow of global risk appetite.

For instance, last year, when uncertainty was high and money fled to the center of the global economy, the U.S. dollar and the Canadian dollar fell sharply.

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Currencies

Monday, March 02, 2009

The Canadian Currency Faces Deepening Damage Ahead / Currencies / Canadian $

By: Ashraf_Laidi

Best Financial Markets Analysis ArticleWhile the dollar and the yen continue to prove being the strongest currencies during falling equities, let's focus on the currency with the combination of past sell-off as well as prolonged downside ahead. The latest Canadian GDP report accentuates our recent notes highlighting the case against the Canadian dollar as the country produces deteriorating figures on growth, jobs and industrial production. Q4 GDP fell 3.4% annualized (first decline since 91) from +0.9% on Q3, while 2008 GDP rose 0.5% from 2.7% in 2007.

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Currencies

Monday, April 14, 2008

Currency Snapshot- Tough Luck for the Canadian Buck… / Currencies / Canadian $

By: Black_Swan

This time last year we were talking about the brilliant run the Canadian dollar was making towards dollar‐parity. Sure enough, in dramatic fashion, the Loonie crossed the $1 mark.

But for much of that historic run, the Canadian dollar traded in a tight negative correlation to the U.S. dollar – the dollar went down as the Loonie went up, or vice versa. It was in August of last year that the correlation began to fall apart. The red vertical line in the following chart marks the spot ...

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Economics

Monday, May 28, 2007

What is a “ Canadian Dollar”? / Economics / Canadian $

By: Mike_Hewitt

have a growing concern regarding paper money. That concern is what defines a “dollar”. A dictionary definition describes a dollar as being a basic monetary unit equivalent to 100 cents. Further investigation reveals that a cent is equal to 1/100th of a dollar. This tautology is clearly an unsatisfactory answer.

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