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AUDCAD Australian Dollar vs Canadian Dollar

CFD Forex

Forex

Minor Forex-Minor OTC
Sell AUD
Buy AUD

Why Trade AUDCAD?

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What is Australian Dollar vs Canadian Dollar / AUDCAD?

AUDCAD is the ticker symbol for Australian Dollar vs Canadian Dollar. AUDCAD is a Forex CFD. The AUD/CAD currency pairing is a representation of the amount of Canadian dollars (CAD) that can be bought for every Australian dollar (AUD).

The standard contract size for AUDCAD is 100000 with max lots of 1000 tradeable in 0.01 lot increments.

AUDCAD Product Specification

Contract Size
100000
Margin Currency
AUD
Profile Currency
CAD
Pip Value
10
Asset Class
Sector
Minor
Sub-Sector
Forex-Minor
Expiry
Perpetual
Max Lots
1000
Minimum Size
0.01
Step
0.01
3-Day Swap
Wednesday
Product Specs

AUDCAD Sessions

Exchange
OTC
Market Hours
24 Hrs
Expiry
Perpetual
Monday
00:01-23:59
Tuesday
00:01-23:59
Wednesday
00:01-23:59
Thursday
00:01-23:59
Friday
00:01-23:57
Saturday
Closed
Sunday
Closed
Time Zone
GMT +2 / GMT +3

AUDCAD Platform Access

Price Feed
Desktop
Web
Mobile
FIX API
Scalping / News
Automated Trading
Day Trading

Popular AUDCAD FAQs

What is the minimum trade size for AUDCAD?

The minimum trade size for AUDCAD is 0.01

What is the maximum trade size I can open on AUDCAD?

1000 lots

How do you analyze AUDCAD?

You analyze the AUDCAD forex pair the same as any other market, by a combination of technical analysis, trend analysis, and any pertinent fundamental analysis or information that is available. You should think of the AUD as the "anti-CAD", as if the CAD is soft, it generally means that there is a strengthening AUD, and vice versa.

Is CFD trading risky?

CFD trading is extremely risky. Trading any leveraged product carries significant risk as you have the ability to open positions that are far larger than your account balance.

What leverage do we offer on Forex?

The maximum leverage that the Company offers to retail clients for major currency pairs is 1:30 and for non-major currency pairs is 1:20.

What is the value of one Forex point?

One Forex point is normally = to 10 unit of base currency. For instance, one Forex point of AUDCAD is = to 10 AUD.

AUDCAD Trading Strategies

The AUDCAD currency pair is one of the most popular among traders. The Australian dollar and the Canadian dollar are both stable and strong currencies, making the AUDCAD a reliable choice for trading. In this blog post, we'll take a look at three different AUDCAD trading strategies that have proven to be successful in the past.

Pairs Trading

The first strategy is called a "pairs trade." In a pairs trade, the trader buys one currency and sells another currency at the same time. For example, a trader might buy the Australian dollar and sell the Canadian dollar. This type of trade is often used when the trader believes that the two currencies will move in opposite directions.

Carry Trading

The second strategy is known as a "carry trade." In a carry trade, the trader buys a currency with a high interest rate and sells a currency with a low interest rate. For example, if the Australian dollar has an interest rate of 2% and the Canadian dollar has an interest rate of 1%, the trader would buy AUD and sell CAD. This type of trade is often used when the trader believes that interest rates will remain unchanged or that the currency with the higher interest rate will appreciate relative to the currency with the lower interest rate.

Momentum Trading

The third strategy is called a "momentum trade." In a momentum trade, the trader buys a currency that is expected to continue its upward trend and sell a currency that is expected to continue its downward trend. For example, if the Australian dollar has been trending upwards against the Canadian dollar for several weeks, the trader would likely buy AUD and sell CAD. This type of trade is often used when the trader believes that recent trends will continue in the future.

There are many different factors to consider when choosing a trading strategy. However, these three strategies have proven to be successful in past trades involving the AUDCAD currency pair. When selecting a strategy, it's important to consider your own goals and risk tolerance levels. With any investment, there is always risk involved. hopeful these insights have given you some food for thought as you begin your own journey in forex trading!

Disclaimer: The content on this site should not be considered investment advice. Investing is speculative. When investing, your capital is at risk.

AUDCAD Trading Strategies.

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