The strong employment news has strategists racing to find trades on a stronger U.S. economy.
That payroll data sure made stock investors happy - but it's not doing much for the dollar. Capital outflows are the culprit, says Rebecca Patterson, chief markets strategist for J.P. Morgan Asset Management, Institutional.
"You tend to see more confidence among U.S. investors. Equity markets go up and Americans put more money overseas, so the dollar actually goes down," she told CNBC's Scott Wapner.
Still, Patterson thinks it makes sense to trade the good news - especially comparing the U.S. situation to Europe, where the cost of the Greek bailout package appears to be mounting. So she wants to sell the euro against a different North American currency: the Canadian dollar.