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Published 6/14/16 8:32 am central:
Yesterday we highlighted 2 sell zones one in the morning update and then a zone that developed mid-session. Both bottom sell zones if played provided a nice entry to the downside momentum that came into the session yesterday. It took a while to develop near the end of the day but the 2075 price zone that held eventually gave out and price traded down to the low 2060’s. With the close below the 2075 price level, as I pointed out yesterday looking at the Market Action Scanner, the next downside target will be the 2053 price level, which is the weekly POC on the MAS. On the Market Action Scanner I have highlighted several levels, the 2075-2075 which was the support we had to break through has now become overhead resistance and can potentially look to be entries for traders looking to get short but on small bounces. The SP cash odometer on MAS has become more negative as we would anticipate with this move, Bears are now beginning to take control at these prices. These are all technical based levels, based on volume traded, we do have some fundamental news data being released that could change this like the FOMC announcements and data relating to that, as well as Brexit fall-out as that could really effect global currency markets.
Looking at the MDA SnapShot, I have highlighted the most recent zones that developed. If you look just left of those levels, you will see the zones that were in play during the overnight session and the end of yesterday. That top zone @ 2077 could be a sell zone if we retrace higher and touch that for swing traders (something to consider). TAS navigator is strong red negative bearish confirmation, according to this chart, Bears have control and if looking to take long positions know that you are going against the grain on this chart and to be comfortable taking partial profits, scratches and trailing stops. we will see how we open up, and where the volume starts trading to see how to play these levels or if we need to lean on the previous zone. I think we could trend between the MAS weekly Top and the MAS Weekly POC I have highlighted on the chart, from a technical standpoint.
Oil traded down to almost $48 but didn’t print below. we are now near $48.50 July contract will be rolling next week. Gold traded up to 1293.00 and the US Dollar is just broke through its 200 daily moving average.
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