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The long term trend is positive as long as it stays above 1235.00, this is 38.2% of the contract high and the 2020 low. Using the ONE44 Fibonacci 38.2% rule the long term target is new contract highs and then 1765.00. A failure to hold 1235.00 should send it down to 61.8% at 1065.00.
The short term trend is still down, this started on 7/1/21 at the 78.6% retracement and as you can see on the chart, each rally has hit a retracement to keep it negative. This will be the case until it can take out 38.2% of the current down move at 1321.00. Once they have done this look for 78.6% at 1391.00, beyond this we look to the long term levels. A failure to get above 1321.00 should send it down to the long term swing point of 1235.00.
Corn has been holding the long term swing point of 518.00 since May, with one exception this month where it had a few closes below it, but never closed below the 200 day moving average. It retested it on 9/21/21 and as long as it can continue to close above it the long term trend is still positive and like the Soybeans you can look for new contract highs and then the long term target of 810.00.
The short term trend is down, this started on 6/10/21 when it failed to make a new contract high after holding the 518.00 long term swing point. This will not change until they can take out 38.2% at 551.00. Provided they do, look for 78.6% up at 609.00. Failing to get above 551.00 should send it back to the long term swing point of 518.00. Taking out 518.00 should send it to 61.8% at 445.00.
Wheat is the strongest of the 3 markets, it hit the long term swing point of 618.00 in July and did go on to make new contract highs. The recent low on 9/10/21 hit 23.6% of the contract high and the 2020 low and 61.8% back of the high to the 7/9/21 low. The 23.6% rule tells us to look for new highs after holding it and the 61.8% rule says to look for 61.8% of where it just came from and this is 745.00.
In the short term we are looking for 745.00. In the long term, new highs and then 960.00. With a failure to hold the 200 day moving average at 676.00, the target becomes the long term swing point of 627.00, this is 38.2% of the contract high and 2020 low.
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