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CAD/CHF: More upside to follow breakout
The Canadian Dollar is faced with a rise in bearish momentum, partially due to the political uncertainty about the election outcome.
A breakdown below its resistance zone has ended the uptrend in the CAD/CHF.
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During the session on Tuesday, the CAD/CHF pair fell yet again as the bearish pressure on the Canadian dollar continues.
CAD/CHF is a pair that a lot of you probably don’t pay attention to, but we actually like this one as it features two major currencies, and it is a bit of a “backdoor” play on those currencies.
The Canadian dollar fell during the session on Thursday in relation to Swiss francs.
The CAD/CHF pair initially tried to fall during the course of the session on Tuesday, but as we had formed a hammer on Monday, it did suggest that we were going to go higher. We ultimately did, crashing into the 0.76 resistance barrier.
The CAD/CHF pair initially fell during the course of the session on Tuesday, but found enough support near the 0.72 level to turn things back around and form a bit of a hammer.
During the session on Wednesday, the CAD/CHF pair fell during the course of the day. Granted, it wasn’t a massive move lower, but the one thing that I am cognizant of is the fact that the Canadian dollar itself is getting pummeled as the oil markets simply cannot rally at all.
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The CAD/CHF pair is one that I like a lot because it represents a “risk on/risk off” type environment. That's wrong, I think it’s a bit harsh to consider the Canadian dollar a “risky currency”, but at the end of the day it is highly influenced by oil. Quite frankly, I trust Canadian finance is better than my own in the United States, but I digress.
The CAD/CHF pair is one that you probably don’t trade very often, but shouldn’t be afraid of doing so. After all, the Canadian dollar in the Swiss franc are both major currencies, and as a result they do tend to move fairly well in relation to the rest of the Forex markets.
According to the analyzes of the CAD/CHF and EUR/USD, trader profited using a binary options platform. Find out how here for June 2, 2015.
The CAD/CHF pair initially tried to rally during the day on Monday, but found the 0.76 level to be far too resistive. With this, the market pullback and formed a bit of a shooting star. I see that the 0.75 level is just below, and it is in fact an area that has been supportive in the past.
The CAD/CHF pair fell during the session on Monday, as we pulled back from the 0.86 level. This area has been resistive lately, and as a result it’s not a surprise to see that we pull back a little bit.
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The CAD/CHF pair fell during the majority of the session on Wednesday, as we broke below the 0.92 handle at one point. Because of this action, it looks at first like we were going to continue the run towards the Swiss franc.