Soybeans' overall trend, revealed by trends of price, leverage, and time, are defined and discussed in The Matrix for subscribers.
The Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle originally discussed in "On the Perceptual Content of Quantum Theoretical Kinematics and Mechanics (1927)" suggested that the position and velocity of an object cannot be measured at the same time. It helped explain why atoms didn't collapse on themselves or violent explode. It also explains why energy within a system could not be measure within a finite amount of time.
I write this to explain to those that believe they have soybeans, grains, or any corrective phase figured out. Trends move like particles. They contain energy in the form of waves similar to quanta in quantum theory.
The coming correction in grains will be influenced by energy, velocity, and time, but we can't know them simultaneously. If we define velocity, we cannot know position, and vice versa. Everything is interconnected but not measurable like Newtonian Physics.
Estimating time and distance of correction is impossible, because the world is not linear. Trends also adhere to quantum physics, which cannot be discussed without energy. Energy can be known, but that's all. Reference to time can be made, but it's impossible to measure energy simultaneously, or know what it will be in the future.
Be patient and follow the Evolution of the Trade.
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