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The USDCAD increased 0.0063 or 0.46% to 1.3517 on Thursday June 8 from 1.3454 in the previous trading session. Historically, the Canadian Dollar reached an all time high of 1.61 in January of 2002 and a record low of 0.92 in November of 2007.
In view of this, we are looking to sell on recovery as 1.3490-00 should limit upside. Above said resistance at 1.3547 would abort and prolong consolidation, risk rebound to 1.3571-79 (previous support and 50% Fibonacci retracement of 1.3770-1.3387), however, reckon upside would be limited to 1.3620-25 (61.8% Fibonacci retracement) and bring another decline later.
To recap, wave B from 1.3066 is unfolding as an a-b-c and is sub-divided as a: 1.2192, b: 1.2716 and wave c is a 5-waver with i: 1.1983, ii: 1.2506, extended wave iii with minor iii at 1.0206, wave iv ended at 1.0781 and wave v as well as wave iii has ended at 0.9931, hence the subsequent choppy trading is the wave iv which is unfolding as (a)-(b)-(c) with (a) leg of iv ended at 1.0854, followed by (b) leg at 1.0108 and (c) leg as well as the wave iv ended at 1.0674. The wave v is sub-divided by minor wave (i): 0.9980, (ii): 1.0374, (iii): 0.9446, (iv): 0.9913 and (v) as well as v has possibly ended at 0.9407, therefore, consolidation with upside bias is seen for major correction, indicated target at 1.3700 and 1.4000 had been met and further gain to 1.4700 would be seen later.
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