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Gary,

Would you be willing to post your take with charts on soybeans? Looks to me like the rally may be betting tired, but I've been wrong before.

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Here is a daily chart I did last night in beans. The market is nearing resistance, it's a tad over extended, but to date, there hasn't been any supply. So until we see supply, we could work higher.

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Gary,

Thank you for the chart. How about the wide bar with the weak close on increased volume about 4 days ago? Is that just viewed as profit taking or can that be supply? If price re-enters that area on lighter volume can that be considered deminishing demand?

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Here is a daily chart I did last night in beans. The market is nearing resistance, it's a tad over extended, but to date, there hasn't been any supply. So until we see supply, we could work higher.

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Gary,

Thank you for the chart. How about the wide bar with the weak close on increased volume about 4 days ago? Is that just viewed as profit taking or can that be supply?


The bar a couple of days ago was possibly supply, but the market lacked follow through to the down side. So it acts more like a shakeout versus a supply bar at this point. A good example of this type of behavior has been the S&P's over the last few weeks.


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If price re-enters that area on lighter volume can that be considered deminishing demand?

Yes, it can be. But remember the trend is up.

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Just some charts I have been playing with.

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Hey Gary, can you detail the daily chart for TLT? Just curious ..... When I chart it, I get 108.41 as the level where the "ice" should be noted ..... but obviously there was a tight range, which was recently broken thru on what appears to be supply.

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Gary, I really appreciate your posts a great deal. I hope you continue to post.

Would you elaborate on edge trades? Is it just taking the last 60 min bar high and low as support and resistance and looking for a range and then trading the spring or UT off of that? Also, if a spring or UT occurs on the 60 minute do you wait for the close of the 60 min bar, or do you dial down to a smaller time frame to look for an entry? Thanks again.

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Gary, I really appreciate your posts a great deal. I hope you continue to post.

Would you elaborate on edge trades? Is it just taking the last 60 min bar high and low as support and resistance and looking for a range and then trading the spring or UT off of that?

I am looking for the ice support to buy in an uptrend, and the creek resistance to sell in a downtrend, as a general rule of thumb. I always want to trade in the direction of trend. There are setups that allow a counter trend trade at these particular edges. But for the most part, if you counter trend, it should be viewed only as a scalping opportunity.


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Also, if a spring or UT occurs on the 60 minute do you wait for the close of the 60 min bar, or do you dial down to a smaller time frame to look for an entry? Thanks again.

I do both. The close of that bar would be more of a conservative entry. But there are times when one can be more aggressive if they see the action warrants a more aggressive trade. Edges can be used on any time frame that you see fit, but the smaller the time frame, the more precise you need to be.


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Hey Gary, can you detail the daily chart for TLT? Just curious ..... When I chart it, I get 108.41 as the level where the "ice" should be noted ..... but obviously there was a tight range, which was recently broken thru on what appears to be supply.

I have ice at 104.62, which was broken two days ago. It will probably be resistance on a test back up to those levels.

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