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US Soybeans Futures - Jan 15 (ZSF5)

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1,029.88 -18.73    (-1.79%)
18:15:06 GMT - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Agriculture
Unit: 1 Bushel

  • Prev. Close: 1,029.88
  • Open: 1,048.88
  • Day's Range: 1,029.13 - 1,059.13
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US Soybeans Technical Analysis

Summary:STRONG SELL
Moving Averages:SELLBuy (4)Sell (8)
Technical Indicators:Strong SellBuy (1)Sell (8)

Pivot PointsOct 30, 2014 06:15PM GMT

NameS3S2S1Pivot PointsR1R2R3
Classic1026.911028.951031.531033.581036.161038.201040.78
Fibonacci1028.951030.721031.811033.581035.351036.441038.20
Camarilla1032.851033.281033.701033.581034.551034.971035.40
Woodie's1027.191029.101031.821033.721036.441038.351041.07
DeMark's--1030.251032.941034.88--

Technical IndicatorsOct 30, 2014 06:15PM GMT

Symbol Value Action
RSI(14) 39.040 Sell
STOCH(9,6) 23.492 Sell
STOCHRSI(14) 0.000 Oversold
MACD(12,26) 22.830 Buy
ADX(14) 41.116 Sell
Williams %R -98.095 Oversold
CCI(14) -130.6365 Sell
ATR(14) 5.1429 Less Volatility
Highs/Lows(14) -11.7679 Sell
Ultimate Oscillator 45.729 Sell
ROC -2.092 Sell
Bull/Bear Power(13) -16.3300 Sell

Buy: 1

Sell: 8

Neutral: 2


Summary: Strong Sell

Moving AveragesOct 30, 2014 06:15PM GMT

Period Simple Exponential
MA51035.28
Sell
1035.06
Sell
MA101041.04
Sell
1038.95
Sell
MA201045.93
Sell
1039.60
Sell
MA501032.63
Sell
1031.11
Sell
MA1001011.69
Buy
1014.63
Buy
MA200984.65
Buy
993.15
Buy

Buy: 4

Sell: 8


Summary: SELL

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Enlighwisdom Wisdom
Enlighwisdom Wisdom Oct 30, 2014 10:32PM GMT
I think buying at 980-1020 may bring you some profit.

Enlighwisdom Wisdom
Enlighwisdom Wisdom Oct 30, 2014 09:51AM GMT
Latest Finding ..... 1 contract is 5,000 bushels,therefore 2 billion bushels = 400,000 contracts, trading for 3 days already exceed these 4 hundred thousand contracts, so you should know what it means, right ?
Mahipal Loka Reddy
Mahipal Loka Reddy Oct 30, 2014 11:59AM GMT
does it meant go short or long now???????/ wisdom
Enlighwisdom Wisdom
Enlighwisdom Wisdom Oct 30, 2014 12:24PM GMT
Wait until it comes down then play long.
ashok sharma
ashok sharma Oct 30, 2014 02:35PM GMT
When

John Smith
John Smith Oct 30, 2014 12:39AM GMT
Who other then Goldstein believes beans will be $8 by tomorrow?
Enlighwisdom Wisdom
Enlighwisdom Wisdom Oct 30, 2014 02:49AM GMT
Oh, I forgot to ask Goldstein if he is still thinking of 'swimming in the pool of money ' in another,say 2 to 3 more months time.
John Smith
John Smith Oct 30, 2014 03:28AM GMT
remember I was "full of beans" when i said 9 was stable ... and he said he was an expert as they would be $8.
Mahipal Loka Reddy
Mahipal Loka Reddy Oct 30, 2014 03:31AM GMT
john you have proved your point with goldstein,now do you have any clue when would this rally end and we can go for shorts to make the most of it
John Smith
John Smith Oct 30, 2014 04:01AM GMT
haha i said in a prior post in my opinion a drop will occur leading up to the November report. If the November report is bearish you will see the beans back down to the low 9's.. If its bullish it will go up a little. But again guys the biggest factor is the weather. If the weather in South America turns really dry... watch out beans will go higher. BUT if it ends up being great growing weather low 9's will be the normal
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