Elliott Wave Analysis: USDCHF & USDCAD Intraday 4/2/2014


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USDCHF 1h Elliott Wave Analysis

We presented an idea of a leading diagonal on USDCHF few days back, when we also called a three wave rally. So far this is playing out well with current (c) wave at 50/61.8% Fib. levels, ideal reversal zone for the pair. Reversal today during the US session back to 0.8818 will confirm the short-term bearish look and open room for 0.8780, possibly even 0.8760.

USDCAD is reversing back into the middle of 80 pip range after unsuccessful decline beneath 1.1000 level. Market is staying sideways, still consolidating in red wave iv) that can be a triangle, now in final stages. Looking for wave e) limited rally at 1.1045/60 zone. 1.1076 remains critical level.
USDCAD 1h Elliott Wave Analysis

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