Copper Triangle

Merry Christmas Eve to everyone. I hope you all enjoy your holiday and get the opportunity to spend time with friends and family. My piece for TraderPlanet just got posted and this week I take a look at the pattern being formed in copper. The copper market is often used as a popular metric for risk assessment, many times creating divergences with equities at tops and bottoms. This is one reason why many traders will be keeping an eye on copper over the next few weeks.

Here’s a blurb:

For the last year copper has created a large symmetrical triangle, which is often viewed as a continuation pattern. What makes the pattern that’s taking place in copper interesting is it’s not really being formed at the top of a trend or a bottom.

Go read the rest: Commodity Set Up: Copper Triangle (TraderPlanet)

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About Andrew Thrasher, CMT

Andrew Thrasher, CMT is a Portfolio Manager for an asset management firm in Central Indiana. He specializes and writes about technical analysis as well as macro economic developments.