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CADCHF Forecast and Technical Overview

CADCHF Forecast and Technical Overview

CADCHF pair is trading in a bull market medium term.

The pair ended the week at 0.74680.

The price is below EMA 50 and SMA100 on the H4 Chart.

0.74460 is the key support near term – MM 0/8 4H –

If the pair breaks down the support, it is likely to test SMA200 H4 at 0.74180.

As seen on the headline H1 Chart, a Bullish Gartley Pattern would be completed at D which confronts SMA200 H4. This level can be used as a buying opportunity. – Details as shown in the interactive H1 Chart

On the upside, Bearish White Swan Pattern and Triangle Breakouts are being printed as updated in the interactive charts.

Important Note: New patterns may appear and some emerging patterns may become invalidated. We publish our live charts D1 H4 H1 and M30  with updates and entry alerts.        – Members Only –

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