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Canadian Technical Charts Potpourri
 January 23 2017 ( From TradingView)
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Ten weeks ago, Canadian Stocks (XIU ETF) followed the Trumpification of
​Financial Markets as pro-growth and reflation theme within a protectionism
​bias repriced violently all Major Market Sectors. Sectors winners: Industrial
​and ​Financial, Sectors losers: ​Interest rates sensitive: Utilities and Bonds.

​​Some Technical Charts and Short Comments on Canadian financial products:
​1) XIU ETF (iShares S&P/TSX 60 Index ETF) broke three weeks ago the Weekly
​Double Top Resistance Trendline at 22.78. (
See first chart below, Red trendline)​​

2​) XFN ETF (iShares S&P/TSX Capped Financials Index ETF) continue its
strong performance​ (new high last week) since we broke the ​Weekly Rising
​Wedge that started  ​​back since ​May 2007. Still into a Weekly Uptrend Channel.
​​​(See second chart below - Red Trendlines)

​3) ​XBM ETF (iShares S&P/TSX Global Base Metals Index ETF) is back above
​the Breakout Trendline that started since June 2013.
​​(See third chart below - Left - Grey Trendline)​​

​4) XEG ETF (iShares S&P/TSX Capped Energy Index ETF) is back at the Weekly
​Rising Wedge Support Trendline. (See 4rth chart below-Right-Red Trendline) so critical for Bulls...

​​​5) Canadian Dollar/ US$ (USDCAD) is back within a Weekly Rising Wedge Support Trendline on huge trading Volume after a false breakout two weeks ago. ​(See fifth chart below - Blue Trendlines)​

6) XBB ETF (iShares Canadian Universe Bond Index ETF) Tested a Weekly Downtrend Channel Resistance Support Trendline that started back since September 26 2016 (See sixth chart below - Red Trendlines)​​ 
7) Canadian VIX Index (​SPTSX60 Volatility) compare to the US VIX is over the Resistance Zone. ​
​(See seventh chart below). Canadian stocks are more Volatile than US stocks.

8) Natural Gas Futures (NG2-NYMEX) tested back again the Weekly Trendline from February 2014!
​(See eight chart below - Blue trendline - Ellipse).

​​​9) Light Crude Oil Futures (CL2-NYMEX) tested the Weekly Breakout Trendline that Bulls need to protect.
​(See ninth chart below - Grey Trendline - Ellipse)​ 

​​The XIU ETF is surprisingly more volatile (VIX60C) than the SP500 Index (VIX); maybe because we had a breakout in the XIU ETF lately and US foreign policies uncertainties...


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Weekly Chart ( Candles )
XBB ETF (​ iShares Canadian Universe Bond Index ETF  )
​Volume ( Bottom Blue Area )​

Weekly Chart
​SPTSX60 Index ( XIU ETF - Top Panel - Candles )
​XIU ETF Volume ( Bottom Panel - Blue Area )​​
 ​Weekly Chart ( Candles )
​Natural Gas Futures ( NG2 )
​Volume ( Bottom Blue Area )​​

 ​​Weekly Chart ( Candles )
​Canadian Dollar/USD pair ( USDCAD )

Weekly Chart
​SPTSX Financials Index ( XFN ETF - Top Panel - Candles )
Weekly Chart
​SPTSX Base Metal ( XBM ETF - Top Panel - Candles )
​XBM ETF Volume ( Bottom Panel - Blue Area )​​
Weekly Chart
​SPTSX Energy ( XEG ETF - Top Panel - Candles )
​XEG ETF Volume ( Bottom Panel - Blue Area )​​
RATIO - Weekly Chart ( Candles )
TMX SPTSX60 Index Volatility (​ VIXC  ) vs
​CBOE SP500 Index Volatility (​ VIX )

 ​Weekly Chart ( Candles )
​Oil Futures ( CL2 )
​Volume ( Bottom Blue Area )​​