Palladium - Monthly chart is making a come back after falling off the cliff in the past few months. The drop can be viewed as a much needed correction in the overall bullish trend in the metals market. Price action is telling me that palladium prices have found the floor and now price looks set to bounce back up to possibly new highs in the next coming months to years.
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The XPD/USD seem to continue its movement in an upward channel, there are 3 different scenarios that am seeing the right now :
1_The price will drop down to the old resistance line which is the support line now at 2712.474 and then bounce back up and maybe breaking the new resistance line...
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P.S. I personally will open entry if the price will show it according to my strategy.
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Here the consolidation is condemned to break for the common good, as a diversionary sacrifice. Covid cases will act as the catalyst undoubtedly. The question is only and above all when?
For those tracking the breakout momentum is much more on the buyers side, clearly...
Palladium has produced a bearish divergence, followed by a possible bullish divergence, yellow fib EMA has been a clear support for some time for this bull run, lets see if it holds again. Currently stuck in between a strong horizontal support.
Looking at the wicks where price has on the daily chart, it looks as if price has rejected that point and wants to go down. However, decides to go up and break resistance, you should expect some kind of impulse.
XPDUSD's daily close yesterday has confirmed my trade analysis with the ascending channel of the metal commodity. With temporary supports just ahead, will this metal commodity continue its decline to the bottom of the ascending channel?
Whilst looking up at my trades -- and the technical outlooks -- of the market beforehand the NFP, several of them suggested a further decline on the Dollar. Meaning, bad NFP number; an increase on the annual wage growth would then be the only data that could save data. But no... NFP sealed the fate of Dollar.
Beforehand the actual release of the data, I entered...