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US Soybeans Futures - Nov 14 (ZSX4)

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948.38 +3.98    (+0.42%)
13:32:00 GMT - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Agriculture
Unit: 1 Bushel

  • Prev. Close: 944.40
  • Open: 945.38
  • Day's Range: 942.88 - 953.25
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US Soybeans Candlestick Patterns

Recognized Bullish Chart Patterns
No Patterns were recognized.
Recognized Bearish Chart Patterns
Engulfing Bearish Timeframe: 15 Minutes
Reliability: Moderate
A reversal pattern.
Occurring during an uptrend, this pattern characterized by a large black real body, which engulfs a white real body (it doesn’t need to engulf the shadows). This signifies that the uptrend has been hurt and the bears may be gaining strength. The Engulfing indicator is also the first two candles of the Three Outside patterns. It is a major reversal signal. Factors that are increasing this signal’s reliability:
1) The first candlestick has a very small real body and the second candlestick a very large real body.
2) The pattern appears after a protracted or very fast move.
3) Heavy volume on the second black candlestick.
4) The second candlestick engulfs more than one real body.
Harami Cross Bearish Timeframe: Weekly
Reliability: Low
A reversal pattern.
After a long white candlestick at the high end of an uptrend, a candlestick opens lower or at the previous candlestick’s close, ends within the body of the first candlestick and signals that the current uptrend is losing strength. It is more significant reversal pattern than the basic Harami Bearish.
The shadows of the second candlestick do not have to be contained within the first candle’s body, though it's preferable if they are. The second candlestick body can be either white or black.
Unrecognized Patterns
Bearish Patterns
Abandoned Baby Bearish
Advance Block Bearish
Belt Hold Bearish
Break Away Bearish
Dark Cloud Cover
Deliberation Bearish
Counter Attack
Doji Star Bearish
Evening Doji Star
Evening Star
Bearish Inverted Hammer
Hanging Man
Dragonfly Bearish
Harami Bearish
Identical Three Black Crows
Kicking Bearish
Meeting Lines Bearish
Shooting Star
Gravestone Doji
Three Inside Down
Three Outside Down
Tri-Star Bearish
Two Crows
Upside Gap Two Crows
Downside Gap Three Methods
Downside Tasuki Gap
Falling Three Methods
In Neck Bearish
On Neck Bearish
Separating Lines
Side by Side White Lines Bearish
Three Black Crows
Three Line Strike
Thrusting Bearish
Bullish Patterns
Abandoned Baby Bullish
Belt Hold Bullish
Break Away Bullish
Concealing Baby Swallow
Bullish doji Star
Bullish Engulfing
Bullish Hammer
Dragonfly Doji
Harami Bullish
Harami Cross
Homing Pigeon
Inverted Hammer
Meeting Lines bullish
Morning Doji Star
Morning Star
Piercing Line
Stick Sandwich
Three Inside Up
Three Outside Up
Three Stars in the South
Tri-Star Bullish
Three River Bottom
Mat Hold Bullish
Rising Three Methods
Separating Lines Bullish
Side by Side White Lines
Three White Soldiers
Upside Gap Three Methods
Three Line Strike
Upside Tasuki Gap Bullish
Ladder Bottom Bullish
 

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Enlighwisdom Wisdom
Enlighwisdom Wisdom Oct 21, 2014 11:49AM GMT
Farmers believe that prices should be higher than 950 ? I do not see any selling pressure !!!
Roman Kraus
Roman Kraus Oct 21, 2014 01:27PM GMT
market is like dead... farmers are probably waiting...so as traders :-/

Roman Kraus
Roman Kraus Oct 20, 2014 11:55AM GMT
short closed. waiting for direction

Enlighwisdom Wisdom
Enlighwisdom Wisdom Oct 19, 2014 12:37AM GMT
Two-to Three consecutive weeks of dryness climate in Brasil, as a result it may cause a delay of planting, shorts player must not overlooked this factor.
H Goldstein
H Goldstein Oct 19, 2014 09:54PM GMT
Here are 3 facts that I would think that John Smith would know. But apparently, as per his posts below, he does not. And he say's that I do not understand these markets. Facts: 1. Brazil is expected to harvest more than 90 million tons of soybeans this year, overthrowing the U.S. as the leading soy-producing country. 2. Northern states will produce record yields. 3. Most farmers do not have the storage space for the huge surpluses and will have no choice but to sell. Soon we will see who truly has no understanding of these markets. Watch, wait, listen, and learn. The ship "800" will soon pull into the harbor.
Enlighwisdom Wisdom
Enlighwisdom Wisdom Oct 20, 2014 01:13AM GMT
Didn't Brazil harvest its soybean already ? Isn't it waiting for next season planting ? And Wasde report didnt mention that Brazil has huge harvest ........ so who is telling the truth ? It get me very confuse now.
Jorgito Pocho
Jorgito Pocho Oct 20, 2014 01:45PM GMT
Enligh Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay and Argentina are just starting planting and they will harvest from february to may. Weather in the south of southamerica is perfect with a great reserve of water in the ground. Just in four states of brasil there were a drought, but is changing. If you look some outlooks you can see the change. And is developing an event of El Niño that means more rains and more grains for southamerica. So for the mid and long term im still bearish.
Enlighwisdom Wisdom
Enlighwisdom Wisdom Oct 20, 2014 02:05PM GMT
Thxs
saleem abbas
saleem abbas Oct 20, 2014 03:34PM GMT
what about your wheat target 400 in month
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