Commodities technical analysis 11/15/2016

Commodities technical analysis XAUUSD, XAGUSD, OIL, NAT GAS, WHEAT, COTTON, COPPER

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Gold is again below 200 SMA 1281 level calling for more weakness. Targets on the downside are 1240 and 1200.




Silver  is still without a break of 19.12 level of  100 SMA higher. As long as we don’t see this break above this level not entering longs and we could be looking for shorts. Shorts are supported here against 17.67 level. Targets are 16 and 14. We are looking for price action to enter a trend.




As long we don’t see a break above 46.50 or below 43 we will not take any action because the direction is sideways.



Natural has reached bottom again and we have to wait for a reaction from 2.550 level. Below this level we could enter shorts. No change in view.





Waiting for a directional move from this consolidation zone. Wheat is at the bottom again and in a clear downtrend. Shorts are valid on a break below 390 for continuation.




Has retraced recent swing higher and is bouncing from a 50% of Fibo retracement. Watching  71.84 for a clear directional break. No change in view and SL on any initiated longs should be below 67.70. Triangle is formed and support is 67.50.




Long term view published HERE. Major triangle break and we see this as long trading opportunity SL should be below 214 targeting 280 and higher. Support and buy zone for longs 230-250.




Commodities rising with stock indices and we are bullish on most of them  except gold, silver and energies for now.

A commodity market is a physical or virtual marketplace for buying, selling and trading raw or primary products, and there are currently about 50 major commodity markets worldwide that facilitate investment trade in approximately 100 primary commodities.

What are examples of commodities?Commodities are split into two types: hard and soft commodities. Hard commodities are typically natural resources that must be mined or extracted (such as gold, rubber and oil), whereas soft commodities are agricultural products or livestock (such as corn, wheat, coffee, sugar, soybeans and pork).

Technical analysis on commodities is just an indication of possible price movement and does not indicate any trade action which could be initiated by investors and members of this site.

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