Canadian Dollar Weekly Chart Bear Trap Review




I made some adjustments to our Canadian dollar wave count, but a potential “B” wave correction is still in progress.  There is no way that I can give any accurate price support level, as moves like this can stop on a dime and turn north one more time. Commercials also did the right thing, by adding to their net long positions last week.

Our Canadian dollar or “Peso Of The North”,  should end up getting a better reputation as it resumes its bullish phase. The choppy decline makes any correction seem to take longer. Eventually we should end up with a higher low, and then it may be worthwhile to draw one set of parallel bullish trend lines.  Trend lines and indicators are abused tools, that the majority use, but they are all short term indicators that do not allow you to stay in a trade for many weeks or even years. 

All these indicators that the majority use is such a 70’s thing.  They are useless if we can’t see a bottom or the start of a bull market, besides insiders blanket the charts with indicators where you no longer can see any waves. This is the oldest trick in the book, as these types of charts are trying to baffle us with bullshit! 

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