Wednesday, July 28, 2010


USDCAD is still coiling within its daily triangle. Yesterday it dropped to 1.0257, the bottom, and is hovering just above there (currently offered at 1.0347) with a Fib confluence zone at 1.0399 just above. RSI has dipped slightly below its uptrend line. 1.0569 is the top line of the triangle and if it heads back there it will encounter additional resistance from a Fib confluence zone at 1.0581.

Here’s the daily chart:

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