USDCAD forex major cross pair hasn’t moved much for a few weeks since a very strong daily imbalance was reached last 27th March 2020. The demand imbalance around 1.3925 has been holding several attacks providing short-term intraday and scalping opportunities for those trading the smaller timeframes using intraday levels and intraday forex strategies.
Take a look at USDCAD forex cross-pair daily timeframe below to see the imbalance I am describing and how it’s been holding the price for a few weeks. This is the kind of scenario that a swing trader should not consider trading. When the price does nothing for such a long period, we should stay away from it and wait for a clear opportunity to avoid unnecessary losses.
This is a trading scenario we are not interested in. The buying opportunity on USDCAD already happened last 27th March 2020. We need to see a clear move again before we pull the trigger. In the meantime, many other forex cross pairs and stocks provide us with way clearer swing trading opportunities. We are expecting USDCAD to drop further.
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