We think it's time for the downward trend to resume
A sizable downward correction is due
The index can climb still higher after a modest correction
Counting an Elliott fourth wave in the upward progression
We still believe a low is nearby, and this post explores some ways to trade it with the expectation of a bounce.
The Euro ETF has moved a bit higher than we anticipated in our June 16 post, but bears have a strong chance of countering the rally and taking price to new lows.
Now it appears that rates may be ready to begin advancing again.
We are watching natural gas prices very closely right now. The technical picture makes a strong case to expect a reversal and rally soon.
The choppy rise from the turn of the year appears to have been corrective, in this case meaning that it should be treated as a retracement.
Price starting to test the area that could prompt a breakout from the decade-long converging range.
This is the right area to watch for a bounce in the Dollar and the UUP fund. View the latest chart at See It Market.
The modest rally in the Yen that we predicted in our February post has advanced nicely. Now price is approaching the area we have been watching for a downward turn.
Last week's spike in the British Pound caught some traders off guard, but if you have been following our posts at See It Market you were prepared for it.
April bulletin from Trading On The Mark
Now that price is testing the first major resistance area, it's time to reassess the trade.
March 2017 bulletin from Trading On The Mark
Here we examine the two most likely paths for the Dollar this year, and we'll expand on the analysis in the next edition of our newsletter.
February 2017 bulletin from Trading On The Mark
In our latest video, Tom narrates the decline in the British Pound and related ETF, with special attention to scouting for further shorting opportunities some months ahead.
It was late August when we suggested that See It Market readers should watch for a pullback in gold prices. In subsequent months, shares in the SPDR Gold Trust (NYSEARCA:GLD) retraced more than 75% of the gains they had made since 2015.