Pattern: Fibonacci Channel on 1D.
Signal: Buy as the price rebounded on the 1D MA50.
Target: The 1.5 Fibonacci extension level (low-risk) or the 2.0 Fibonacci level (high-risk).
Previous COPPER signal:
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25th Daily copper bar key reversal bar made a new high closed off the low. 26th daily bar widespread down bar closed off the low. 4.1380 first demand zone for short, second demand zone 4.4200. 3.7620 might be first target on downside on short position.
Copper price moved sideways for the whole trading week, as we predicted in our past analysis.
For this week we are expecting the bearish corrective move to finish with a high chance that we will test the support area and the lower channel line highlighted on the chart. Once this move is completed, our long-term bias for this pair will be bullish.
Our updated chart shows that clearly the price is in a descending channel.
Our take profit levels are broken down in 4 layers.
The price of Copper will be depending on mainly Asian and other indices performance, especially the more industrial ones.
Copper Long Setup
TP & RR: $3.6094 (3.47)
Stop Loss: $3.4671
REASONS FOR THE TRADE
Opening a long order at a support level. As simple as that. The Stop Loss is set below the previous low and the Take Profit is at the lower trendline from the triangle that we broke down from. The market Flow indicator is printing a divergence on the 4h chart,...
Pattern: Channel Up on 1D.
Signal: Buy as the RSI and MACD are approaching their Support levels, while the 1D MA50 (blue trend-line) is closing in.
Target: 4.200 (the 3.5 Fibonacci extension).
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Most likely will rise (70%) chance, volatility inbound is guaranteed.
Asian stock markets rising fast = Copper demand can grow
Dollar issues = Copper can rise
= fundamentals are for Copper to rise, hence I am buying
I like to set at least 4 take profit levels). Trading becomes really difficult unless you can have the power of patience and the power of taking profits gradually.
- you don't close in profit too early (oh fuck, i mad 200$ but if i had kept i could had made 2,000$)
- you do take profits along the way ensuring you make something (best trading habit)
Selling copper here with a stop at 3.7500. After the failed breakout attempt last week I think the metal could reverse lower toward the bottom of the range- 3.4780. Inflation is certainty a topic that is widely discussed and copper has been a big part of the story, but in the near term the rate of change (22 days) has slowed and it is still below the most recent...
A very important long-term pattern was just formed on Copper. On the 1M time-frame, the MA50 (blue line) and the MA100 (green line) have formed a Golden Cross. Last time that happened was in August 2004. Copper rose by +370% from the MA100 break-out level.
The Cycle seems to be repeated as the Golden Cross has come after the price Double Bottomed last March...
This is our small chart for Copper.
As you can see from previous ideas we were able to sell it at a perfect time right on the mega-resistance . That level is a massive barrier that Copper will find great difficulty breaking.
The take profits are on our previous charts
We called it, it happened.
Price hit the Mega-Resistance and bounced back down, already down 1,4% today. That was personally my biggest trade in value yesterday and it paid off. Stop losses are now at entry and risk is zero but the potential reward is huge, with several take profit levels in mind.
Technical analysis never lies.
We take profit gradually, always.
Find on the chart our first 3 take profit levels
ps. it takes 1 take profit level for us to secure some profit and then have the stop loss at zero (entry) to secure a guaranteed profit. Try to do the same and your trading will become better. 💌