Intraday Market Analysis: CADCHF and GBPUSD – 8 June 2015

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CADCHF Intraday Strategy

CADCHf posted moderate gains as the Canadian Dollar (Loonie) traded in tandem with crude oil. The exceptional gains in the Cad-Swiss appeared to have negated the bearish trend that initiated on 26 May, 2015.

CADCHF 4hr Chart

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CADCHF Intraday Strategy, 7 June 2015

CADCHF 4hr Chart, 07/06/15

The moderate recovery were brought to a halt by the 100 Moving Average (MA) in blue. Although there is a potential for reversed Head-And-Shoulders (H&S) we are expecting the price to range between 0.7511 – 0.7598 where the key focus will be on a re-test of the resistance and support levels as intraday traders may look to capitalise over these price levels.

We do not expect the price to break above the resistance or support on the next re-test. However, breakout strategies are likely to be exercised should the price break above the resistance (0.7598) or below the support (0.7511) as the trend is expected to continue following either breakout, bullish or bearish.

GBPUSD Intraday Strategy

Despite the NFP chaos that is easily noted in GBPUSD hourly chart it appears to us cable is still trading within its established downtrend.

GBPUSD 60 Minutes Chart

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GBPUSD Intraday Strategy, 7 June 2015

GBPUSD 60 minutes chart, 07/06/15

The price is currently facing a firm resistance level that was tested on multiple occasions. However, a re-test of 1.5300 is the key level that may trigger heavy selling in GBPUSD. As we marked via the blue lines, the price is creating lower highs and lower lows, a famed characteristics of an established downtrend. A re-test of 1.5300 and a failure to break above may affirm the third  lower high that may trigger numerous algorithms to short GBPUSD.

We do however highlight that the current resistance (orange line) should not be underestimated and could very well mark the third lower high that will trigger moderate selling in the currency pair. As an established downtrend has been affirmed the next lower low should be below 1.5204, which is why the bearish target is likely to be 1.5180 (the latter support level). Only a break above 1.5340 may negate the bearish downtrend and could suggest the 1.5438 resistance may be tested by the market.

Intraday Market Analysis Outcome

CADCHF 4hr Chart June 2015

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CADCHF 4hr chart outcome June 2014

CADCHF 4hr chart outcome June 2014

GBPUSD 60 Minutes Chart June 2015

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GBPUSD 1 hour chart outcome June 2015

GBPUSD 1 hour chart outcome June 2015

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