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EURCAD Shorts Favored Below 1.4750

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The EURCAD broke below a key level on July 3rd.

I wrote about 1.4750 on June 19th. We were interested in this level following the break below wedge support near 1.4970.

The pair ended up closing back above that wedge bottom, but later confirmed our suspicion that EURCAD wanted to head lower.

Yesterday’s session tested the 1.4750 area as new resistance.

Notice the long upper wick from yesterday’s candle. That’s an indication that sellers are camped out near that 1.4750 region.

As long as 1.4750 holds as resistance on a daily closing basis, I favor shorting EURCAD on pops into that area.

I’ll be forced to reconsider my outlook if we see EURCAD breach yesterday’s high at 1.4773.

As I mentioned last time, key support comes in at 1.4480 with a minor area at 1.4600.

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jimoh says

hi sir, can you please give outlook on EURAUD

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    PETER says

    EUR/AUD LONG TERM DOWNTREND, ANY REVERSE JUST SELL

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Muhammad mohsin says

Your signal really goog,i have tested your both signals of eur usd and cad jpy it really amazing

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Azu Emmanuel Ajuka says

Good day Justin, please i would like you to analyze GBPJPY. The pairs behavior this days are unpredictable. Thanks.

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Clement says

Nice

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Joe says

Hi Justin,

Do you see Bearish Cup and Handle Pattern ? If so your thoughts

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