Back on Feb. 14th I wrote about the bearish setup taking place in copper. Since then we have seen copper fall a little over 7%.
This has taken us to a longer-term rising trend line going back to October ’11. The more times this trend line gets tested the weaker it likely becomes, so with the global markets recently taking a ‘risk off’ posture it might be just what copper bears need to finally break below and test the previous low of $3.40. Those hoping for lower copper prices must also contend with the 200-week moving average (not shown) which sits at $3.52.
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