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Wheat Top 952.00?

Wheat Top 952.00?
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(ZWZ22) (WEAT)

Short story is, December Wheat fell 2 cents short of our long term swing point at 952.00. In the March contract it hit it at 960.00. These levels are 38.2% of the contract highs and lows and a break from this area can send to new lows for the year, this is the long term target. As always we watch all the retracements on every move to see just how weak, or strong the market is regardless of the longer term target. Provided they didn't turn lower from here and took out 952.00 we would have to go to the ONE44 38.2% rule to get the target above.

The long story is, you have to follow what we were saying in previous posts and what levels needed to hold to keep the rally going.

From our Weekly update on 9/16/22 we said,

We will start the week with the 829.00 major Gann square as the swing point again.

Monday traded below 829.00 and closed back above it, this was also 38.2% of the rally and we were looking for new highs from it. That happened the next day.

In the 9/25/22 post we said,

We will start the week using 900.50 as the swing point. Above it, we are still looking for the long term swing point at 952.00, this is 38.2% of the 8/18/22 low and the contract high. This is the level that needs to be taken out to get all 3 trends positive.
The current rally continues to make higher highs and higher lows, always a good sign and on any setback from 900.50 we would want to see it hold 38.2% at 852.00. Provided it can, the short term trend remains positive and you can look for new highs for this leg up.

As you can see on the chart the low on the 26th was 854.25 and it took it to just short of the long term swing point of 952.00.

In the 10/9/22 post we said,

Use 869.00 as the swing point to start the week.
Holding 869.00 (38.2%) should send it right back up to the highs again and then the long term swing point at 952.00.

Once again the trend was kept positive by staying above a 38.2% retracement. Monday's explosive rally fell 2 cents short of the 952.00 long term swing point and in the March contract it hit it. We will now watch the short term retracements to see just how weak, or strong this market is. If you like this type of analysis and want to know these levels ahead of time and where we think it is going now, you can become a Premium Member.

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