Today we look into the Forex markets to check in on USD/CAD and notice that price is in familiar territory dating back to October 2022.
The zone between 1.357 and 1.365 has acted somewhat as a magnet with attempts to break away from that range in both directions but ultimately coming back and passing through it making 20 round trips during the last 8 months.
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Remember last year when Oil (symbol /CL) went under $7 a barrel? Well if you got long then and stayed long you would have about10x return now...
We hear woulda, shoulda, coulda a lot.
Here are some updated higher time frame upside price targets for Oil. It's not out of the question to see $100 technically speaking.
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A frequently asked question we get so often is how do we determine a potential entry level where there are multiple levels of interest within a particular zone or area.
So here is a brief 4 minute video on the Anatomy of a Potential Entry on USD/CAD for June 8, 2020.
With USMCA replacing NAFTA it leaves us to wonder what, if any, impact it could have on USD/CAD price action...
Could 2020 be the beginning of a break out or will price action be more of the same? Same being somewhat range bound 14-18 months with neither the bulls nor bears really in charge.