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Recent Gains Considered Corrective
- RES 4: 1.3751 High Nov 4
- RES 3: 1.3705 Dec 16 and the bull trigger
- RES 2: 1.3665 High Jan 6
- RES 1: 1.3475/3521 High Feb 6 / 19 and key short-term resistance
- PRICE: 1.3368 @ 17:04 GMT Feb 10
- SUP 1: 1.3345/3262 Low Feb 10 / 2
- SUP 2: 1.3226 Low Nov 15 and bear trigger
- SUP 3: 1.3205 61.8% retracement of the Aug 11 - Oct 13 rally
- SUP 4: 1.3131 0.764 proj of the Oct 13 - Nov 15 - Dec 16 price swing
USDCAD is consolidating and price remains above its recent low of 1.3262 on Feb 2. A bearish threat remains present and recent short-term gains are most likely a correction. A resumption of weakness and a break of 1.3262, Feb 2 low, would strengthen bearish conditions and open 1.3226, the Nov 15 low and the bear trigger. On the upside, the pair needs to clear 1.3521, the Jan 19 high, to signal a stronger reversal.
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