Soybeans/SOYB, Still Looking For The 78.6% Fibonacci Level
We did a post about looking for 78.6% the other way based on the ONE44 78.6% rule for March Soybeans, You Can Find It Here. In this post we will show how it looks in the Soybean ETF.
The recent highs on 11/14/23 and 11/21/23 both hit 78.6% back to the 7/24/23 high at 28.80 and when we follow the ONE44 78.6% rule we know that,
Any market that hits 78.6% should go 78.6% back the other way. This is also where a lot of Bull markets end and start.
So, our downside target is 78.6% the other way at 27.10, also in this area is the 26.94 major gann square for added support. We use these two methods (Fibonacci and W.D. Gann) to find the best areas of support and resistance, each of them deal with what we believe is the underlying structure of ALL markets. They can each be used alone, but it is always best if they are in the same area.
Use the 28.43 major Gann square as the swing point for the week.
Above it, look for the next major Gann square at 30.05.
Below it, look for the area of it completing the 78.6% to 78.6% target at 27.10 and the 26.94 major Gann square.
A failure to turn up from 27.10 can send it to 61.8% of the 5/31/23 low and 7/24/23 high at 25.95.
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