In what was a recovery week for the stock market, there were a few interesting moves in the sectors that suggest one of the trades in Commodities that we have been waiting for might be setting up. There are a lot of momentum trend lines on the PPO indicator on various charts setting up simultaneously.
The first one is $COPPER.
Here is the Shanghai ($SSEC). Notice the setup on the PPO.
This trade setup is large and vast but it has a lot of intermarket implications. I put in a full day working through charts to provide a one hour summary on the Commodities Countdown video. It also has wider implications for other currencies. The real big part of the trade has not triggered yet, but this video works hard to set it all up for you. The setup is here. Now we need to wait for the buy signals to trigger.
Here is this week's video.
I have included some scans to help you find some nice setups near these lows.
The Canadian Technician video shows the massive breakdown on almost every sector chart in Canada. Canada is back below the 2008 highs. Tough ten years for investors.
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Greg Schnell, CMT, MFTA
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