Daily Price Outlook

    On October 24, the USD/CAD trading pair showcases a nuanced narrative, offering traders and analysts alike a glimpse into its current performance and potential future movements. At a present value of 1.36793, the pair has seen a modest decline of 0.10% over the last 24 hours. A look at the 4-hour (4H) chart, a favored perspective among traders for its balance between short-term movements and overarching trends, yields some pivotal insights.

    Central to our analysis, the Pivot Point stands at 1.3689. From this metric, the USD/CAD confronts a structured resistance: an immediate barrier at 1.3770, followed by resistances at 1.3822 and 1.3903. Conversely, in scenarios of bearish inclinations, immediate support can be found at 1.3634, trailed by 1.3553 and a further support at 1.3501.

    The suite of technical indicators brings forth added clarity. With the RSI valued at 46, we're currently in a neutral zone. Traditionally, values over 70 are interpreted as overbought, while those below 30 indicate oversold conditions. The RSI's sub-50 position suggests a slight bearish sentiment in the market.

    The MACD, a momentum-centric indicator, currently reads at -0.00062, juxtaposed against its Signal line at 0.00025. When the MACD line ventures above the signal line, it typically indicates upward momentum. However, in our present configuration, with the MACD line below the signal line, it suggests potential downward momentum.

    The 50-Day Exponential Moving Average (EMA) is positioned at 1.3676. As the USD/CAD's price hovers slightly above this EMA, it suggests a tentative bullish short-term trend, although it's precariously close.

    In terms of chart patterns, while the 4H chart remains dynamic, no dominant configurations, such as the Symmetrical Triangle or upward channels, have emerged at this juncture. Continuous vigilance is paramount to spot emergent patterns.


    In summation, the overarching sentiment for USD/CAD appears to be bearish, especially if levels dip below the 1.36890 mark. Short-term forecasts suggest the potential for the pair to approach and test the immediate resistance level of 1.3770 in the upcoming sessions. (edited)

    USD/CAD Price Chart – Source: Tradingview
    USD/CAD Price Chart – Source: Tradingview

    USD/CAD - Trade Idea

    Entry Price – Sell Limit 1.36905

    Take Profit – 1.36198

    Stop Loss – 1.37394

    Risk to Reward – 1: 1.4

    Profit & Loss Per Standard Lot = +$707/ -$489

    Profit & Loss Per Micro Lot = +$70/ -$48

    USD /CAD


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