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US Coffee C Futures - Dec 16 (KCZ6)

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156.27 +0.15    +0.10%
21/10 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Agriculture
Unit: 1 Pound

  • Prev. Close: 156.27
  • Open: 155.43
  • Day's Range: 155.12 - 157.43
US Coffee C 156.27 +0.15 +0.10%

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HankRearden Oct 20, 2016 10:56AM GMT
I'm not gonna make any calls...that's what I do when I place my trades...but I'll say this, Coffee very simply follows it's market day Form. Counting the market days on each minor swing, only reversing the count when a reaction of 2 period or more occur. The greater time periods in force are 33 Market Days / 49 Calendar Days UP - 20 Market Days / 28 Calendar Days DOWN - 28 Market Days / 41 Calendar Days UP - 11 Market Days / 15 Calendar Days DOWN....now having gone UP 7 Market Days / 11 Calendar Days....a hard line rule is that a trending market must move in the TRENDING DIRECTION a greater period of Time AND PRICE for that trend to still be in force.....do the math.
HankRearden Oct 20, 2016 11:45AM GMT
Something really interesting on the Volume front is that on the daily time frame this last bottom in comparison to the previous primary bottoms is that the volume on the bottoming bars for the first time were less than those of the topping bars...pattern has been the bottom bars showing a significant higher level of volume in comparison to the topping bars....anyone else in here track the volume on Coffee? Historically does this pattern ring any bells? I haven't had a chance to really go through the historical data as of yet...it's somewhat common across other markets I research though, the volume begins to cross over as a direction weakens.
tommy in exile
tommy in exile Oct 20, 2016 7:45PM GMT
Brian Tedjakesuma
Brian Tedjakesuma Oct 20, 2016 11:32PM GMT
I am sorry Hank, can u explain in simply word, i am newbei. thanks
delta wing
delta wing Oct 20, 2016 6:14AM GMT
@Stian: Tommy is giving you good advice on the whole line. Have you picked up a book or openend a site to learn something about trading, like I suggested months ago? Listen to Hank and Tommy, inform yourself. Or learn to live with the fact that others make faults and it's costing you money big time...Educational material:.- The free chartschool at stockcharts. A recommendation for all who dips his toes in trading!.- The Elliott Wave Principle by Frost and Prechter.- Japanese candlestick charting techniques by steve nison
delta wing
delta wing Oct 20, 2016 6:13AM GMT
I'm thinking that this leading diagonal in coffee as a wave 1 has finished. http://invst.ly/2jpgc.I expect that a pullback to 146 is in order. If 146 breaks wave 2 could go to 139 - 128 area to end wave 2..Notice how I keep calling this wave 2, we're in a bullmarket ladies and gentlemen with a massive wave 3 up to come which should easily reach 200+, but for now let wave 2 run it's course and buy the freekin' dips after a 3 wave pullback. You buy after wave A down... good!, cause wave A = Wave C a lot in a bullmarket dip. You add at the end of Wave C. Never short a bullmarket even if you know it's going to correct, if your a daytrader yes, if you're a MT trader or investor NO!.
Stian Nørsterud
Stian Nørsterud Oct 20, 2016 6:35AM GMT
Thank you Delta Wing. That was just the answer that I was looking for.
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