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US Sugar No11 Futures - Oct 14 (SBV4)

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15.63 -0.34    (-2.13%)
22/08 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Agriculture
Unit: 1 Pound

  • Prev. Close: 15.97
  • Open: 15.98
  • Day's Range: 15.63 - 16.05
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mark w
mark w Aug 20, 2014 04:21PM GMT
15.71: think price correcting to 15.86 - 16.00. Much above 16.00 will suggest return to bullishness, but charts currently suggesting lower prices later this week or next.
HY Lo
HY Lo Aug 22, 2014 04:14PM GMT
Thanks mark. How can you see that lower prices today or next week? Which is true.
mark w
mark w Aug 22, 2014 04:42PM GMT
Hi Hy Lo, is basically a matter of pattern recognition in charts and what they call 'wave counting'. I don't always get it right and I am too lazy to do all the mathematical analysis, but it sometimes offers insight. Is worth familiarizing yourself with the theory. Best google "Basics of Elliott Wave Theory". I tried but can't place a link here for you. Best wishes, Mark
HY Lo
HY Lo Aug 23, 2014 03:36AM GMT
Thanks mark for sharing. Elliott wave is definitely interesting to look into. Have a nice weekend. You will start long when the price can stand above $16?

mark w
mark w Aug 18, 2014 10:17PM GMT
15.64: - price is sitting on major resistance and at an important Fibonacci retracement level, but there's nothing in the charts to suggest price decline is at an end.

mark w
mark w Aug 14, 2014 08:07AM GMT
16.02: - sugar is still headed down in five wave movements whilst correcting up each time in three wave movements - as is easily visible in 15 and 30 min chart time frames. So lower prices suggested until situation reverses. Price movement is also remaining in a fairly well defined downward sloping channel. There is however some indication that downward pressure is slowing and waves are overlapping, which may suggest that at least a temporary respite may soon occur, but I am expecting at least one more decent push to the downside at some point? Likely time still needs to pass as the downtrend is still relatively brief (8 weekly candles) compared to the uptrend (21 weekly candles)?
djrocco jupiter
djrocco jupiter Aug 14, 2014 09:32AM GMT
hello mark, @12.90 it's a good opportunity to buy or i'll wait the next week? your advice will be very helpfull...thanks
djrocco jupiter
djrocco jupiter Aug 14, 2014 09:41AM GMT
@15.90
mark w
mark w Aug 14, 2014 12:08PM GMT
Hi djrocco jupiter, it all depends on the way you prefer to trade. If you are a long term trader and not using leverage, my feeling is that below 16.00 is a reasonable long entry point, though I suspect a lower entry point may present itself in the next two or three weeks. If you are a short term trader then the entry point becomes more important and I don't feel able to comment beyond what I have posted as it requires much technical analysis. Certainly I would look to technical indicators like moving averages and Bollinger bands and for signs of an 'oversold' market before buying short term. Best wishes, Mark
djrocco jupiter
djrocco jupiter Aug 14, 2014 12:22PM GMT
ok, thank you very much; i'm short trader. I really appreciate your opinion and hope in good tradings...if you don't mind can i ask for your advice in the future?
djrocco jupiter
djrocco jupiter Aug 14, 2014 12:24PM GMT
thanks.
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