Comments for Thursday, January 14, 2010
Looking Ahead to Today by Reflecting Back at Wednesday’s Price Action
Lower closes yesterday for the Eurodollars, notes and bonds. The Eurodollar continues to be in an up-trend overall. The bonds made a new recent high before selling off sharply to settle lower while the notes double topped before also selling off to close lower both financials having reversal type action. Still there are no changes technically which could be seen as a little confusing with the tow financials giving me a buy signal and one a sell. However, that will all work out eventually. What it tells me is that there is no strong direction either way at this time. I hold technical Buy Signal for Bonds, but a Sell Signal on the Notes. Please feel free to contact me for details.
Higher for silver, gold and copper but lower for platinum. All of the metals continue to be in up-trends with no changes technically except for platinum which gapped lower causing an ISLAND REVERSAL as seen below. Copper is still in a strong uptrend overall while consolidating overall. Gold should continue working higher overall but very choppy action lately. Platinum gapped lower and is unable to rally back to unchanged but has been long overdue for some kind of retracement.
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