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Sell for more than what you paid.
Buy for less than what you are going to sell.
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Been trading the USDCAD for almost 10 years now on CFD market.

Been buying and selling USDCAD industrially for over 30 years.
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  • Squawk / 28 March 2019 at 14:40 GMT
    GM / maxill inc.
    Canada
    4 day Doji's on USDCAD indicate fair resistance.
    But then again, USDCAD is not trying to fall much either.
    The top part of the doji's would indicate a move lower, but there is nothing to indicated USDCAD trying to shift south.
    Just have to wait it out I guess and buy on the dips.
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  • Squawk / 14 January 2019 at 8:24 GMT
    Founder, Owner, Director / Market Chartist
    United Kingdom
    USDCAD poised for an intermediate-term bear shift; USDJPY neutral

    A broadly more negative tone for the US Dollar has been seen in early 2019, given a more dovish tone from FOMC Members, including the Fed Chairman, Jerome Powell.
    Furthermore, a global shift to “risk on” has also been seen in early January, with easing trade war concerns.
    The above macroeconomic fundamental shifts, alongside a firm rebound in the Oil price (after aggressive weakness in Q4 2018) has seen USDCAD plunge lower, to neutralise an intermediate-term bull trend and threaten an intermediate-term shift to bearish (see below).
    USDJPY did seem an aggressive selloff to start the year with a “risk off flash crash”, but the strong subsequent rebound has seen an intermediate-term shift back to a neutral, broader range environment.

    See the full article and video analysis here: https://www.forexfraud.com/technical-analysis/usdcad-poised-for-an-intermediate-term-bear-shift-usdjpy-neutral
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    14 January
    John Shaw John  Shaw
    Thank you Steve
    Wow. Just a few weeks ago is was all bullish on USDCAD. In the last 6 months I think I've seen a bull...
  • Squawk / 21 December 2018 at 12:52 GMT
    GM / maxill inc.
    Canada
    USDCAD basically has nothing supporting the CAD side. Zero!
    Oil is in the dumps.
    China is pizzed off at us royally .
    Canada has a complete supreme clueless dunce as a Prime Minister and his so called cabinet is nothing better.
    Not looking good for CAD in the near term. Its a no brainer to be long USDCAD unless of course the USD portion does something weird.
    A Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and yours Steve.
    Thank you for sharing on Trading Floor.
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  • Squawk / 21 December 2018 at 12:10 GMT
    GM / maxill inc.
    Canada
    A very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and yours Mike.
    Thank you for the valuable insight that you share with us here on this site. We are all very fortunate in your knowledge sharing.
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  • Squawk / 31 August 2018 at 20:32 GMT
    FX Trade Strategist / www.Loonieviews.net
    Canada
    U.S.-Canada Trade Talks to Resume Next Week After No Deal Agreed

    President Trump sent a formal notice to Congress stating that he still intends to sign a revised version of Nafta by late November. That statement said he was willing to proceed only with Mexico, but that he is also open to continuing negotiations with Canada.

    USDCAD at 1.3050 in downtrend from June 27 below the 1.3120 area.

    Arguably, Canada needs a trade deal with the US far more than the US needs one with Canada. The US economy is bigger and better able to withstand any CAD?US trade disruption.

    For now, Canadian politicians talking about more talks next week is just face-sving noise. Trump wants the Canadian dairy supply management system scrapped. Turdeau says "no" He needs the Quebec votes and the "Big Three" Diary producers, Saputo, Agropur and Parmalat told him so
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    01 September
    John Shaw John  Shaw
    Trump could shut Canada with a tweet.
    Our junior ex-part time drama teacher is trying to embed LGBTFQF rights into the deal and the US is laughing at...
  • 27 July
    alki alki
    Great piece as always Mike. Greetings from Romania!
    29 July
    fxtime fxtime
    Remember with the BoE we are dependent on blessed Carney doing what he claims he will do......always a risk there IMHO LOL.
    30 July
    MyTrade MyTrade
    Not United Kingdom anymore in my eyes, Renamed Divided Kingdom. What a mess by a country once used to be a leader.
  • Article / 25 July 2018 at 14:52 GMT

    Inertia grabs a hold of FX markets

    FX Trade Strategist / www.Loonieviews.net
    Canada
    Inertia grabs a hold of FX markets
    FX markets are close to a state of inertia. The intraday to-ing and fro-ing in the major G-10 currency pairs is just noise, akin to the sound of beer sloshing in the glass as you move from the bar to the patio chair.
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    25 July
    John Shaw John  Shaw
    Summer doldrums my friend.
    25 July
    Michael O'Neill Michael O'Neill
    Zzzzzz
  • Article / 24 July 2018 at 14:39 GMT

    The China Syndrome

    FX Trade Strategist / www.Loonieviews.net
    Canada
    The China Syndrome
    The China Syndrome is the fictional term applied to nuclear reactor components, melting through the earth in the US and landing in China, according to Wikipedia. The China Syndrome can also be used to describe that nation’s response to American tariffs.
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    25 July
    MyTrade MyTrade
    Sad to see how Maoism has taken over the world. Surely TF has been targeted as a result.
  • Article / 18 July 2018 at 14:53 GMT

    Dollar bears singing summertime blues

    FX Trade Strategist / www.Loonieviews.net
    Canada
    Dollar bears singing summertime blues
    USD dollar bears are raising a fuss and a holler. They’ve been short all summer just trying to earn a dollar. Then, yesterday, Bank of England's Mark Carney and the Fed's Jerome Powell proved their efforts were in vain.
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