Soybean Meal & Oil, What Keeps The Trend Intact And How To Spot A Trend Change With Fibonacci Retracements

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Soybean Oil



There are a few basic rules when using the Fibonacci retracements with the ONE44 rules and guidelines.

This is the short version.

A 38.2% level keeps the trend intact and new highs/lows should follow.

A 23.6% level shows the market is extremely strong, or weak.

A 61.8% level can cause wide swings and keep the market in a trading range.

A 78.6% level can send it 78.6% of where it just came from and even be the end or start of a Bull market.

From the top made on 7/24/23 it traded down to 38.2% back to the 5/31/23 low on 8/8/23, this kept the trend intact and we were looking for new highs. As always we watch all the retracements on every move to see just how strong, or weak the market is. It failed to make a new high from 38.2% at a 78.6% level on 8/21/23. This sent it 78.6% back the other way on 9/12/23 and it also ended the Bull market.

Each attempt to rally was stopped by a 23.6% retracement on 10/16/23 and 11/22/23 showing just how weak this market was. The second high was coming from holding a 78.6% level for two months at 49.00 and should have led to much higher prices, but failed to get above 23.6% keeping the trend extremely negative. The break became so weak it couldn't even get to 23.6% back to the contract high on 2/8/24, all it could do was rally 38.2% back to the next most important high of 11/22/23 at 48.00. 

This brings it up to date, so here is what to watch for:

Use the 45.79 major Gann square as the swing point for the week.

Above it, look for 23.6% back to the contract high at 48.94, this is also a major Gann square.

Below it, the long term target is 78.6% on the long term chart at 38.50. The short term target is the next major Gann square at 42.88.

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Soybean Meal



Following the same rules from the Oil update,

The attempt to make a new high on 11/15/23 failed at a 78.6% level. This ended the Bull market. Each of the rallies on 12/12/23, 12/28/23 hit a 23.6% retracement keeping the market extremely weak and just short of 23.6% on 1/31/24.

Use the 330.50 major Gann square as the swing point for the week.

Above it, look for the area of 23.6% back to the contract high at 350.00 and the 353.30 major Gann square.

Below it, look for 310.00, this is 78.6% based on the long term chart.

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