Grain's overall trend, revealed by trends of price, leverage, and time, are defined and discussed in The Matrix for subscribers.
Just went through your recent video. Good stuff, I look forward to the weekly review of the DI updates.
Wondering if you could send something about what you see on the weekly trends for grains?
Also with the type of energy build that we see in grains are we still at risk of the correction we are seeing get extended and flipping the primary trend?
Weekly price (BuS) and time (BuST) cycles for corn, soybeans, and wheat, pulled directly from the Matrix, are show in the table below:
Corn, Soybeans, Weat Price and Time Cycles
Some price and time cycles are colored and bolded red. As long as these reading continue to rise, especially above 2, the next composite trend Reset will be Mid cycle. Mid & late cycle resets carry more risk than early.
If the weekly price and time cycles reset, the next composite trend Reset will be more durable if a bullish energy build exists. The Composite Grains DI tells subscribers if bullish or bearish energy exists ahead or during a flip. Please download the Matrix and look. Whether the invisible hand is accumulating or distributing should be relatively easy to answer.
Can the correction continue? Absolutely! Corn and soybeans have entered their seasonally weak period. Traders don't track energy, they only follow the path of least resistance - Down. Wheat, however, is the exception; the invisible hand is acting in a manner that supports seasonal strength (see Wheat's DI). Will the correction flip the primary trend from up to down? It's always a possibility, but usually a large bearish energy build is required. Is the Composite Grains DI bullish or bearish? Again, the Matrix answers this question relatively fast.
The key to success is patience. The setup for grains is improving faster than the majority realizes, but pros never assume any outcome. Watch, wait, and move when the setup is right. This could take weeks, or months. Most investors can't wait that long.
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