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1,049.62 +5.42    +0.52%
12:09:03 GMT - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Agriculture
Unit: 1 Bushel

  • Prev. Close: 1,044.20
  • Open: 1,043.12
  • Day's Range: 1,039.38 - 1,049.88
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Francisco D Anconia
HankRearden 10 hours ago
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Measured buy is 1039-1041
Francisco D Anconia
HankRearden 9 hours ago
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If anyone is curious as to what this "Square of Nine" is, which I keep referencing measured entries from I added pictures to the Soybean Charts foler... With the Square of Nine I use on Soybeans it is a 1 full point increment. Other commodities require different price increments. From this template you then make a geometric measurement based on specific degrees of a circle, aka 360'....30, 45, 60, 90, 120...many degrees of significance.
Onoshobishobi Ingelosi
Onoshobishobi Ingelosi 15 hours ago
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Hank, I think I am following your charts to some extent. That is quite impressive work by the way. It appears then that tomorrow we can have a run-up to 1060, or close to that if I am reading your analysis correctly. If we go through that- 1090?
Francisco D Anconia
HankRearden 10 hours ago
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Today the 1x1 angle is at 1059 and the 1x2 is at 1053. the 1x3 was at 1050 today. Breaking 5 points below 1040 would indicate a run to yesterdays' low. Support being found at this level would indicate most likely a run to at least yesterday's high's of 1049.75 with extension to the upper angles. 5 points above 1059, well we'd be at a double top level but with closing 5 points above this angle I would expect further gains to the upside. I entered buys in the 39's / 40's...will see what we're given. I have TP orders in the 50's with shorts in the 58's.
Francisco D Anconia
HankRearden 9 hours ago
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Ok, I was a little busy when I wrote that...wanted to get it posted before targets were reached. So here's the thing with my charts and why I find it to be somewhat irresponsible for any traders to suggest other traders to do or not do anything. My charts are created with a premise built upon W.D. Gann's work. His market analysis is the only thing I've ever found truth in...his accuracy is unbelievable. With that said, my charts are hard...or can be hard to understand without a deep understanding of W.D. Gann's principles. It's hard to say that just because 1060 is taken that it will then go straight to 1090. There are multiple aspects to consider, the three key things being Time, Volume of Sales, and Price. So multiple things need to occur for signals to be given/confirmed. It's hard to explain...long term though I will say that Soybeans should be/are in an uptrend so I'd expect 1090 at some point, and much higher. With this comes corrections though...hard to lay it all out
Francisco D Anconia
HankRearden Dec 04, 2016 2:33PM GMT
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Measured short entry for today is 1035(.25, .50, .75), I generally incorporate a 1 point cushion on either side. SL 5 points above this. This is based on the Square of Nine tool by W.D. Gann...Soybeans move on a 30 degrees kick back to they're trending extreme in the greater % of time. It also depends on what price range they're working in...prices much higher create wider and quicker fluctuations which call for greater degrees. What I mean by this is we have been in the immediate trending down the last few days. Thursdays low of 1022.25 you would use as your anchor point for measuring in the Square of Nine calculator, 30 degrees up from 1022.25 you arrive at 1040. From there you create a zone around that number as you can only be so precise so you'd say the shorting level = 1039-1041...on here I said 1040-42 due to additional things I saw. That tool alone though gave the 1040. Through extensive backtesting the tool has shown that 5 full points past the primary measurement the
Francisco D Anconia
HankRearden Dec 04, 2016 2:37PM GMT
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the trade is dead and no longer "correct", it will move to the next zone. The tool has shown that it has greatest accuracy within a 3 pt range. Meaning from the exact measured entry, the highest % of the times, Soybeans will not pass the entry level by even 3 full points.......There's also a bumper on this I've found where the Soybeans cannot actually make to the exact measured entry, which is why I've given it s a 1 pt cushion on either side.... With the high on Friday being 1037.75 and the measured short entry given for today at 1035, one would be able to play an even tighter stop loss just above Friday's HOD......this is no suggestion, just sharing my thoughts and possible actions. My main trade I'm looking to making this week on Soybeans will be on Tuesday if we arrive at 1020....from there I will start my buying.
Francisco D Anconia
HankRearden Dec 04, 2016 2:51PM GMT
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Ok so to take another step forward I pull up the 4hr to review old bottom pivots on this move down so far and will also look at closing/opening price on pivoting bars and markets tend to make their new bottom/tops not only just on old bottoms and tops but on old opening/closing prices of important price bars. S&P500 and CL is actually extremely accurate on this method alone, pivoting on old opening/closing price levels of importance...anyways, Soybeans 4hr chart shows a really strong pivot bottom bar at 1036.75. Then can pull up hourly and see a consolidation area from 1034-1040 with no hour closing below 1036.50...more hits on 1036 area with a pivot bottom in front of the 1035 entry at 1034.50...so I'm seeing strength here. Anyways...I don't know why I'm posting all this, I guess there seems to be some level of interest so I just figured I would post a little on some of the steps I take before taking a trade...
Francisco D Anconia
HankRearden Dec 04, 2016 2:54PM GMT
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** TYPO ** "Thursdays low of 1022.25 you would use as your anchor point for measuring in the Square of Nine calculator, 30 degrees up from 1022.25 you arrive at 1040" Apologies...I meant to say WEDNESDAY'S low of 1031.25,....30 degrees above this = 1040. Had the day's mixed up.
Brent McClaran
Brent McClaran Dec 05, 2016 3:19AM GMT
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@Francisco D Anconia -thanks for all the info man!!! I really do appreciate when people take the time to explain and help other people. I'm going to look at the charts now! Thanks again
Francisco D Anconia
HankRearden 8 hours ago
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No problem dude. I feel like I'm on post overload right now lol. I opened the page and all I saw was my posts...gonna have to cool off.
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