This is my vacation post for other (non-equities) markets. For equities check my last post from earlier today. Normal service resumes next Monday 4th August.
Last time I was looking at EURUSD I said that I was expecting a test of rising wedge support in the 1.35 area. EURUSD made that and then slightly lower to test the 200 DMA, so the rising wedge is now broken. Unless we see a fairly fast recovery to new highs I’m now looking at targets for EURUSD in the mid-120s. I’ve been watching this setup for months in the expectation that there should be a strong USD rally at the end of QE3 so I’m expecting this to resolve down. EURUSD weekly chart:
I haven’t traded oil in a long time, but I am newly-intrigued by this chart. It looks like the most likely path is downward………
It feels good to be back posting on Tim’s blog again. I will try to throw one or two posts up a week going forward.
Right now we are all on top watch, but even though the taper is in full swing, and POMO is only going to be three days a week in July, the charts sure don’t look like a top to me. Both SPY and QQQ’s went back in buy mode for me this week, so I don’t feel like being a hero trying to catch a reversal, but looking to follow what the market is starting to recognize, and buy; basic materials. (more…)
My “balanced” Slope of Hope continues with another bullish idea – commodities. That is, symbol DBC, shown below, which I am long. In spite of what your government is telling you, inflation is heating up, and as the central banks of the world force their servants/masters (the big banks themselves) into spewing ever-more cash into the economy, you’re going to see this launch like a rocket.
Back when people thought the hostilities in the Ukraine would matter (ha! ha ha!) commodities skyrocketed. Well, the descending trendline that has been in place for a decade did a yeoman’s job of nailing the precise top. Back down we go……….
Among its 29 pages of high quality market analysis, this week’s NFTRH (#287) reviewed the Commitments of Traders (CoT) structures of a few markets and their implications.