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USD/CAD Rejects Daily Double Bottom

Posted Tuesday, April 9, 2019 by
Shain Vernier • 1 min read

Monday brought an epic dump to the USD/CAD, with rates falling more than 70 pips. A bullish breakout in WTI crude oil and a weak session from the Greenback were the primary drivers of the bearish price action. Today has been a different story, as the USD/CAD has established a short-term foothold above the 1.3300 handle.

Midweek trade of the Loonie is going to be hotly contested due to the presence of several primary market drivers. The crude oil inventory cycle, U.S. CPI, and the FOMC Minutes will bring an abundance of participation toward this market. If you are trading the Loonie be prepared for periods of intense volatility in the coming 24+ hours.

USD/CAD: Technical Outlook

In a Live Market Update from yesterday, I outlined a long trading plan for the Loonie. The trade performed well, producing 25 pips profit on a bounce from the Daily Double Bottom (1.3296-7).

USD/CAD, Daily Chart
USD/CAD, Daily Chart

Overview: Today has brought muted conditions and a tight 44 pip session range. The rejection of $65.00 posted by May WTI crude oil has put a pause to the selling of the USD/CAD. However, this may change upon release of the API Crude Oil Stocks Report later today.

From a technical standpoint, the 1.3300 level is looming large as downside support in this market. Chances are that a directional move to the bull or bear will develop from 1.3300 sometime during the Wednesday forex session.

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About the author

Shain Vernier // US Analyst
Shain Vernier has spent over 7 years in the market as a professional futures, options and forex trader. He holds a B.Sc. in Business Finance from the University of Montana. Shain's career includes stretches with several proprietary trading firms in addition to actively managing his own accounts. Before joining FX Leaders, he worked as a market analyst and financial writer.
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