Tuesday, January 27, 2009

West Texas Intermediate Crude closes @ 45.90

And here on the ONE HOUR Commodity Chart, is $42.15 as I write at almost 10 PM EST.
The hourly MACD Histogram is flattening. [ silver bars ]. As a "Centered Oscillator" the MACD can go anywhere it wants without indicating overbought or oversold merely by level. DIRECTION in MACD is the determiner. Position-wise, it is entering a Turn ZONE
The WILLIAMS Per Cent RANGE [ WMS%R ][ Brown Line], is a "BANDED OSCILLATOR" has definite OVER-Bought & OVER-Sold Zones. This Brown line is being squeezed into a zone now, a compressed overbought position.
Lastly, the CCI, the COMMODITY CHANNEL INDEX, is also Compressed in an over-sold zone [ the GREEN Line ].
When either of these BANDED OSCILLATORS breaks upward thru a trend line you may draw across the tops & peaks, it will constitute a breakout warning. SOOOOO when we see Crude Re-Bound off this low, a series of price achievements will start creating some upward horsepower to get UPTREND FOR CRUDE underway.

Its a time to remain vigilant, and poised. The DGS Letter will contain specific ideas on exploiting this and other developing trends.
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Good Luck,


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