Since 2011, the Canadian Dollar has been hit hard, losing nearly a third of its value, while creating a series of lower highs and lower lows.

After declining nearly 30% into the lows of 2016, the Canadian Dollar has been attempting to change its long-term trend as it has created a series of higher lows inside of rising channel (2).

Over the past few months, rising support has been tested several times. Currently, it is attempting to break above falling resistance at (3), inside of the rising channel (2).

The Canadian Dollar is highly correlated with Commodities. What it does at (3) is very important for this currency and should send an important message to the commodities space. Gold, Silver, and Miner’s would love to see it breakout at (3)!



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