Hogs Caught Between 61.8% Fibonacci Retracements, ADM Analysis
The December contract has been caught between 61.8% retracements that has happened on 6/27/23, 8/24/23, 9/20/23 and is now approaching a 61.8% Fibonacci retracement again at 71.65. This is what our Premium Members recieved last week.
December has been caught between 61.8% retracements. The June high was just short of it at 78.55 (61.8%) and the 72.28 major Gann square, the setback from there held 61.8% back to the 5/26/23 low at 71.40 in August. The rally from it just hit 61.8% back to the contract high at 78.55.
Use 78.55 as the swing point for the week.
Above it, look for 78.6% back to the contract high at 81.60, this is also a major Gann square.
Below it, look for it to complete the 61.8% to 61.8% move at 71.65. On an extended move down, look for 78.6% back to the 5/26/23 low at 69.62, this is also a major Gann square.
Provided it holds the 71.65 area, look for a 61.8% retracement once again. The wide swings are not uncommon when it hits 61.8% levels as this Video explains.
We have a new video that covers the update to ADM, T-Notes and NASDAQ 100 that we have posted on Barchart and ONE44 Analytics websites.
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