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    USD/CAD intraday technical levels and trading recommendations for November 9, 2015


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    A bullish breakout above the zone of 1.2770-1.2800 was observed on July 15 (highlighted in pale pink).

    The long-term bullish target was projected towards the level of 1.3270 (100% Fibonacci Expansion). However, bulls moved further above the resistance level, which was bypassed on September 23.

    A significant bearish rejection was observed around 1.3450 where the 141.4% Fibonacci Expansion was roughly located.

    Later on October 1, bearish persistence below 1.3270 (Fibonacci Expansion 100%) was expressed. This applied enough bearish pressure to expose the next support levels around 1.2910 and 1.2750 where long-term buy entries were suggested.

    On October 23, daily closure above 1.3100 was achieved. This enhanced the bullish side of the market.

    The level of 1.3270 (Fibonacci Expansion 100%) got exposed shortly after USD/CAD bulls managed to push above the level of 1.3100.

    On October 28, a valid sell entry was suggested around the level of 1.3270 (FE 100%). Target levels are located at 1.3075 and 1.2930.

    A bearish breakout of the support level at 1.3075 was mandatory to allow further bearish decline towards 1.2930. An evident bullish rejection was expressed around this level.

    That is why, another bullish visit towards the level of 1.3270 (FE 100%) was executed (as anticipated in the previous articles).

    Trading recommendations:

    Conservative traders should wait either to sell the USD/CAD pair around 1.3270-1.3300 or buy the pair around the recent breakout zone (1.2800-1.2750) as the breakout zone constitutes a strong support.

    S/L should be located below the level of 1.2700. T/P levels should be located at 1.2850 and 1.2900.

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