The EUR/USD pair is trading within the descending price channel on the hourly chart. I recommend opening long positions in case of breakdown of resistance at 0.9665 by the end of the hour with the aim of increasing to resistance at 0.9704-0.9744. Stop below 0.9610.
I recommend opening short positions after breakdown of support at 0.9624 with the aim to go down to support at 0.9584-0.9546. Stop above 0.9675.
On the basis of technical modeling on pair pound/dollar the forecast of the further movement was formed and the average urgency predisposes to decrease.
In the given technical situation pound can be sold from the level of 1.0828, you can also put a pending sell order at 1.0915 with the aim of decreasing to the support area at the level of 1.0473-1.0297, a stop in this strategy can be placed at the level of 1.0955.
If we gain a profit of 30 pips or more, we fix 50% of the position, and reduce the rest to a lossless position. If this forecast for the GBP/USD pair coincides with your opinion, then you should feel free to use this strategy.
USD/CAD is trading in an uptrend on the 4-hour chart. The USD CAD is trading above the 55 SMA on the 4h chart (1.3525 level) and that should push the price up in the short term. I recommend to work on this pair from purchases on the basis of the existing wave model.
The signal for long position opening will be a break-down of resistance at 1.3525 with the aim to go up to the resistance level of 1.3733 and in case of its break-down at the end of the hour to 1.3807. Stolploss may be placed at the level of 1.3520.
The signal for the opening of a short position is a breakdown of support at 1.3525 with the aim of going down to 1.3442, in case it is broken through 1.3372. Stolploss in this strategy can be placed at the level of 1.3665.
Considering that the moving average and the location of the technical figure boundaries move over time, it is necessary to make corrections in their positions on the hourly chart. I also recommend opening positions by the end of the hour to avoid false breakouts.