It can be seen after the MA arrives and makes a small turn towards the upside, price immediately follows
This can be observed on the latest MA (yellow)
The price is within a Rising Wedge (a bearish pattern) but this observation of the MA's give me hope for a bull breakout, as can be seen with each MA in the past
... Again. Wait for it, tough! Let the U$D bottom vs. the Real, first, this being a pure currency play on the USD/BRL. (Fundamentals don't matter here; The market is balanced, nothing is happening - despite the occasional make-belief news flashes to the contrary.)
Made an awful lot of money on the way up here ;-) and now, it's time to cash in on the upcoming sell-off.
Could Coffee drop to $0 (or even go negative), much like crude oil did not too long ago??... You be the judge.
While currently long (a generational speculative bubble and all), this is likely the one to watch for one of the greatest Short Setups in ages!
Here is the Monthly. See it, yet?...
This is good for 20.00, strait to 110.00!
The Real has stayed suppressed, at least until now, nevertheless, this is a major short here.
Here is the Weekly;
Chances are that this is headed much much lower from here.
3 separate (Bearish Bat + Gartley) PRZs line up @160!
With the Real strengthening but also, option volatility rather expensive @ 41%...
... we have bought up the Dec. 2020, 140-160 CALL Spreads for $1095 a pop.
We are expecting Coffee to finish the year >160.00, for a 1:7.3 R/R on this trade - i.e. $7500 / contract.
Good luck out there!
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Coffee futures continued to drop, now trading on a strong support area ($115). The price has recently soared ($142) due to Brazil's supply difficulties. On the other hand, I'm expecting Coffe demand to be stable or even grow, supporting the rise of Coffee prices.
Disclosure: My ideas...
-The strong increase in coffee prices is due to the strengthening of BRL and the fear of frost
-The Brazilian hurricane delayed harvest, which could lead to a deterioration in crop quality
-Coffee consumption has risen to historic highs, but it is not yet visible at coffee bars
-Farmers receive only 10% of the final consumer price, so they don't get too much...