Commodities Market Trading Report - Technical Analysis is Elliott Wave and Trading Strategies.
Content: Bitcoin, US Bond Yields, USD, DXY, US Gold XAU, GDX, Silver XAG, Gold Stocks, Iron Ore, Copper, Uranium, Crude Oil, Natural Gas.
Commodities Market Summary: Big moves across the board on Inflation data., that said, Gold could be the one that has the next long trade setup - however to call it, I would need a clear impulse wave to the upside that can be completed in the next trading session, then of course we must wait for the abc retracement for the actual trade set up. The move down in the USD DXY can be Wave B, if this is the case then the 10 Yr. treasuries can be a Wave 4 down and Wave 4 up in the TLT Bonds, so don’t jump to any conclusions just yet. Base Metals: Uranium and Iron Ore are the winners, and the trend higher will continue and are preferred long trades. Bitcoin and Ether are retracting but are still part of a longer-term trend higher...
00:00 Bitcoin (BTC)
04:08 TLT Bonds. US Gov Bonds 10 Yr Yields
05:51 US Dollar Index, DXY
09:40 Precious Metals: Spot Gold / US Spot Silver / XGD and Gold Stocks US / ASX
13:50 Base Metals: XME ETF, Iron Ore, Copper. Uranium URA.
21:23 Energy: XLE ETF / Crude Oil / Natural Gas
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