Canadian Dollar 2011-2018 Review

Since 2011 our Canadian dollar peaked out and then proceeded to crash right along with gold. Then in early 2016 the CAD crashed to its lowest point and then proceeded to charge up in what can fit into a perfect inverted zigzag. I only see a 5-3-5 regardless how short the C% wave may be. Technically speaking an inverted zigzag is a bear market rally, and bear market rallies always retrace their entire bullish moves.

We also know that zigzags can lead into the first part of a bigger flat. A Minor degree zigzag could lead into the first part of an Intermediate degree flat. The commercial traders are net short the CAD by a bit less than a 2:1 ratio, while the speculators are net long by about a 2:1 ratio.  I would still be bullish on our CAD if the commercials were all shifted to a net long position, but they’re not.

Our present little CAD rally looks like a fake attempt, but we need more evidence to help confirm this. I’m looking for any decline to show us that another correction has completed, because that is the only way when our CAD can soar again.

It’s not that simple as a diagonal 5th wave can also contain another zigzag as it finishes the 5th wave decline.  Any potential flat correction cannot fall to new record lows and could send the CAD into a wild “C” wave bull market in Intermediate degree.

It may take several months for any corrective decline to get cleared up or confirmed, and then I would like to see the commercial traders become extremely net long towards our CAD as well.

At $.72  our CAD could run into some very strong support, so anything can still happen.

Hits: 5