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FX Levels and Outlooks 1.11.2011 USD/CAD AUD/USD Gold

USD/CAD Breaks Below Triangle
Resistance 1: 0.99; R2: 0.9980 and declining trendline; R3: 1.00-1.0020
Support 1: 0.9850; Bearish target: 0.9750 (2008 low)
USD/CAD

- USD/CAD declined as expected, and strengthens the outlook towards 0.9750.
- We are not even seeing oversold levels in 1H or 4H chart, but that is most likely going to happen. The market looks to accelerate here after being choppy for most of 2010.
- Also, the break below triangle has a pattern breakout projection near 0.9750 as well.
- The broken support near 0.9890-0.9900 is now resistance.

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Gold (XAU/USD) Holds around 1385
Resistance1:1385 (cracked but held); R2: 1392; R3: 1398 (61.8% retracement)
Support 1: 1372; S2; 1365; S3: 1352;
Gold

- Gold looks to be holding below 1385 (although it did crack this level. The 1H chart shows a bearish divergence and a decline materializing.
- The RSI is also breaking below 40 hinting the end of the bullish momentum we had since Jan. 7.
- A decline below 1372, the nearest support pivot, might see the market drop to 1365 area. A break below that then targets 1352. We can consider the lower targets near 1329.50 and 1315 if the market does accelerate to break below 1352.

- Will gold get to 1315? We would love to hear what you think.
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Fan Yang CMT
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