Regarding this week’s forecast, I noted that the British pound, the euro and crude looked bullish, and they behaved so. The projected range in crude offered a good reversal trade level into Wed. Also, my list of breakout symbols (Canadian dollar, crude oil, the pound and the S&P 500) produced pricing outside the prior week’s ranges. As a monthly chart follow-up, VIX futures are forming an inverted hammer, while Ten-year T-Notes formed a reversal long signal last month.
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