Looking ahead to Tuesday by reflecting back on Monday’s trading
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THE SO-CALLED “SOFTS” LOOKING QUITE SOFT
LUMBER: Lumber followed through lower again or its fifth session in a row now below most of its support but act the lower end acting like its will test contract lows at this time. Of course lumber has been in a long-term downtrend dating back to the beginning of the year but I’m still on the sidelines looking for a new sell signal.
COCOA: Cocoa made another new CONTRACT LOW AND CLOSE looking extremely bearish overall falling since February. SELL SIGNAL. CALL FOR DETAILS!
SUGAR: Sugar settled higher this time but means very little technically since its been falling starting back in August. Now its nearest resistance starts above 2400. SELL SIGNAL. CALL FOR DETAILS!
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