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Wanted to thank you guys for viewing my posts and hope you have found it helpful . If anyone has any feedback as to how I can improve them to provide more help please shoot them here.  

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IG's "Trade of the Week" video (26-Apr) suggested going LONG on GBPCAD. After I'd put on a small position I read your post on CAD strength. I wished I'd seen your post first :D I was stopped out within a few days.

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22 hours ago, Kirkuleese said:

IG's "Trade of the Week" video (26-Apr) suggested going LONG on GBPCAD. After I'd put on a small position I read your post on CAD strength. I wished I'd seen your post first :D I was stopped out within a few days.

In reflation, Canada generally does very well. So shorting the CAD based on lines on a chart is pretty risky. 

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