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  • Prev. Close: 1.3085
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Andy Baker
Andy Baker Oct 19, 2018 12:46
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well the European healthcare is free including dental, chiropractic and massages, free ambulance services to and from Hospitals and spas. You can ask your doctors for a note for 2 weeks spa, chiropractic, massages, mud bath and spa related services, including meals and ambulance services for two weeks every 6 month in Hungary, European Union. I know that I am from Hungary... :) and using it regularly. It’s a Citizenship right and not insurance right. Also talk about unlimited free nationwide travel benefits at or over the age of 65 but you need only your ID to prove your age and enjoy the unlimited nationwide travel benefits by bus, train, subways, streetcars.. etc. What else oh yeah if you have children’s than you qualify for mortgage relief or other word the federal Government will pay off your mortgages in Hungary. Just google those things and it will pop up many websites if you want to look into it. Hungary is much better from Canada. we have 6 weeks paid vacation annual in Hungary
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Paulo Kegles
Paulo Kegles Oct 19, 2018 11:19
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I don't believe so...
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Andy Baker
Andy Baker Oct 18, 2018 9:50
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TORONTO, Oct 18 (Reuters) - The Canadian dollar weakened to a one-week low against its U.S. counterpart on Thursday as oil prices added to a sharp decline the day before, while domestic data showed that non-farm payroll jobs rose for the eighth consecutive month.
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Andy Baker
Andy Baker Oct 18, 2018 9:42
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Canada is a loser country...
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Jade Bacolong
Jade Bacolong Oct 18, 2018 9:42
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not a loser when it comes to healthcare though haha
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Jade Bacolong
Jade Bacolong Oct 18, 2018 9:42
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not a loser when it comes to healthcare though haha
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Andy Baker
Andy Baker Oct 18, 2018 9:42
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Jade Bacolong .... we have much better healthcare in the European Union..
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Andy Baker
Andy Baker Oct 18, 2018 9:41
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Not even the legalized drugs will help to the CAD. Remember the drugs illegal in the States. Canada is losing respect and economy.
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Paulo Kegles
Paulo Kegles Oct 18, 2018 9:41
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I strongly disagree, even with a weak prime minister.
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zahid habib
zahid habib Oct 17, 2018 11:28
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Buy
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Andy Baker
Andy Baker Oct 17, 2018 11:28
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Buy What???
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Paulo Kegles
Paulo Kegles Oct 17, 2018 11:28
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Canadian banks for long term, check the historicals.
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zahid habib
zahid habib Oct 17, 2018 11:28
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Buy
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Jade Bacolong
Jade Bacolong Oct 17, 2018 10:02
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Short order at 1.2990 tight stop though. Waiting for that Oil Inventory news
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Andy Baker
Andy Baker Oct 17, 2018 10:02
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The OIL is losing strength... and therefore the CAD also.
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Jade Bacolong
Jade Bacolong Oct 17, 2018 10:02
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yuh apparently. I closed my short position and wentong at 1.2985
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Andy Baker
Andy Baker Oct 16, 2018 18:37
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NAFTA has gone. The USMCA will not kick in until the Senate and Congress vote for it and that’s not in 2018 but somewhere in 2019. Investors still waiting for the outcome. The Canada economy still hovering in the air. The government won’t reduce taxes like the States. It is an nervous problems. If Poloz raise rates in October or December it means ... it’s a rescue operation for the CAD. People are losing their jobs since USMCA in Canada.
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Andy Baker Oct 16, 2018 18:37
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NAFTA is gone but the USMCA is not in force yet and I have a feeling about it never will be not in 2018 and 2019. Canada and mexico gave up the NAFTA for the unreal USMCA. Think about it...
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Shahryar Ghezelbash
Shahryar Ghezelbash Oct 12, 2018 21:40
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Any prediction guys?
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Andy Baker
Andy Baker Oct 12, 2018 21:40
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Yes, it will be +2C in Toronto today and tomorrow... :)
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Andy Baker
Andy Baker Oct 12, 2018 21:40
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I think we are American citizens since the USMCA deal... :)
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Andy Baker
Andy Baker Oct 11, 2018 14:56
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DOW is heading back to 16,000 mark, before Its heading to 35,000 while the WTI to $48 and the CAD 1.6800
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Paulo Kegles
Paulo Kegles Oct 11, 2018 14:56
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I don't believe so...
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Andy Baker
Andy Baker Oct 10, 2018 21:23
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The Canadian Dollar underperformed in an otherwise quiet start to the trading week for G10 FX currencies. The moves seems to echo the recent pullback in oil prices. Crude is an important part of the Canada’s export mix and weakness there can be seen as a headwind for overall growth, which can be extrapolated to bets on lower inflationary pressure and thereby a more timid view of BOC rate hike prospects.
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Andy Baker
Andy Baker Oct 08, 2018 10:27
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the CAD will Get weaker since the USMCA deal. Not enough juice for the CAD...guessing the final turn around at 1.6200 - 1.6400 Some Where in 2019.
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Andy Baker
Andy Baker Oct 07, 2018 23:03
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Seems to me Its heading to 1.3800-1.4000
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Andy Baker
Andy Baker Oct 01, 2018 17:59
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The oil prices will go down as soon as the USD got some juices and there for the CAD follows the oil....
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rish shah Sep 30, 2018 21:14
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cdn$ could get to $1.26 -1.265 shortly...nafta deal imminent, intrest rate hikes and strong economy ...
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Andy Baker
Andy Baker Sep 30, 2018 11:24
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The Canadian dollar will Get weaker anyway.right now sideways and zig zag but getting weaker and   The USD getting stronger because the strong economy and the better trade deals. The oil will get weaker also as the USD getting stronger.
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Geoff Geoff Sep 30, 2018 11:24
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I think ur generally right but u do know that CDN dollar is highly influenced, even moreso I would say, than the US dollar us by oil?
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Andy Baker
Andy Baker Sep 30, 2018 10:34
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The U.S. and Canada are close to a deal on Nafta and there’s optimism it could be struck by a deadline this weekend, avoiding an impasse that would imperil $500 billion in annual trade, people familiar with the talks said.
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Andy Baker Sep 30, 2018 1:19
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The NAFTA 2.0 will reduce the $$$ deals between US and Canada from 1.2 Trillion to 500Billion. The Canadian dollar is heading under .70 cents of the USD in 2019. TRUMP did it Finally.
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Grant Mucha
Grant Mucha Sep 29, 2018 0:53
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What is happening right now...
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Andy Baker Sep 29, 2018 0:53
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I think the NAFTA talks is a bluff. Don’t watch for the news but when the interest rate changed you buy the other. The movement are short either ways. It’s time you currency iin the CAD till October 24th. The cad will strengthen until that time. Anything else like fake news just ignore.
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Grant Mucha Sep 29, 2018 0:53
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What is happening right now...
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Andy Baker
Andy Baker Sep 24, 2018 14:41
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Now, Where the CAD will heading on Wednesday at 2:00pm or 2:30pm, Under or over 1.3000???.
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Jade Bacolong
Jade Bacolong Sep 24, 2018 14:41
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no clue. if interest rate rises then we go up otherwise, we'll go down. Although, it does seem that there is a possibility that they may raise interest rate. Anyway, I am currently short USDCAD
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Andy Baker Sep 24, 2018 14:41
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Jade Bacolong ... is that Hawkish or dovish the USD rate hike on Wednesday.?
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Jade Bacolong
Jade Bacolong Sep 19, 2018 6:04
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im guessing that you're on the wrong side of the trade?
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Andy Baker Sep 19, 2018 6:04
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What’s goes up ... well it will goes down.... :) always... :)
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Jade Bacolong
Jade Bacolong Sep 19, 2018 6:04
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I meant to comment on Zaid. but yuh i traded USDCAD short, long and now short again at 1.2950
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Zaid Sawa
Zaid Sawa Sep 18, 2018 13:40
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When is usdcad going up
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Jade Bacolong
Jade Bacolong Sep 18, 2018 13:40
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im guessing that you're on the wrong side of the trade?
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Dark Roast Sep 09, 2018 14:59
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Cad is doomed with Justin Gender Trudeau as PM.. AKA Accidental feminist.
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Hector Neira Sep 09, 2018 14:59
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Hahaha
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