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USD/CAD: bulls made a stop
2019-11-11 • Updated
BUY 1.2645 SL 1.2590 TP1 1.2745 TP2 1.2845
BUY 1.2585 SL 1.253 TP1 1.2685 TP2 1.2785
On the daily chart, the inability of bulls to conquer resistance at 1.2922 became a reason for bears’ counterattack. As long as the pair’s above support at 1.2462, there are reasons to buy on the pullbacks to the short-term uptrend.
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