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 The USD/CAD rallied sharply after bouncing off 0.9840. The rally is now challenging the bearish outlook, but so far still leaving it intact. The 4H RSi is testing 60 after tagging 30. Only a break above 60 will reflect loss of bearish momentum. Also, the correction is held under 61.8% retracement at 0.9970. A break above parity would shelved the bearish outlook in the short-term. But a break above 1.0050 would be needed to introduce a bullish outlook outside of the short-term, intra-week period.

The wave count labeled in the 4H chart essentially suggests we have completed an impulse wave down. Now this latest 5-wave swing could be also a terminal wave of a wave-3 of a decline that started at the Nov. high seen in the daily chart. That means this current rally could be wave 4, and that is why it should stay below 1.0044, hence a break above 1.0050 will likely invalidate this current count and open up a bullish outlook to follow an already completed (A)(B)(C) correction.

Otherwise wave (C) is still in development and has another wave down to complete it. Then 0.9887 will become an important pivot above which we would show completion of wave (C), but inability to do so to suggest a wave (V) in an alternative count.


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