We have set a weaker tone for EUA Carbon Emissions this week and on Tuesday broke the 100 day Moving Average (the blue line on our chart, at 21.60), a line that had been holding on pullbacks since the start of the year. This prompted an instant reaction, dropping down to a low today (so far!) of 19.45 where
The weekly chart for API2
Coal would give a BIG sell signal today IF we close below 78.53.
A close below 78.53 tonight give us a “Head and Shoulders”
sell signal on the Weekly (below).
The next downside targets would be 72.94 (38.2% Fib’ of the Feb ’16
…according to our Market Profile charts. At Futurestechs we combine Candlestick Analysis on different timeframes (from 10 minute to weekly/monthly charts) with Market Profile.
Market Profile looks at things a bit differently and we’ve always found it can be an excellent overlay; looking at “Volume at Price” to give an extra dimension to our reading
What we’ve seen overnight may be giving us a big clue to the future direction of Silver (and therefore Gold, and maybe even other assets).
Silver broke higher over Christmas, taking out strong resistance around 14.85-95 that had been weighing for months. This triggered a reaction that saw gains to 15.955 by the time the
Below is the report we sent to clients on Tuesday (June 5th). Brent Crude has been retracing of late after getting a nose bleed above $80 in mid-May. We have been expecting the buyers to step back in and have been keeping an eye on a few important support levels on the pullback to see if this is happening. and
Our daily Oil and Energy Technical Report looks at the charts across the energy complex, covering Brent Crude, GasOil, NYMEX WTI, UK Nat Gas, US “Henry Hub” Nat Gas, Dutch TTF Nat Gas, EUA Carbon Emissions, and German Baseload Power.
This report was formerly distributed by the broker GFI and very popular it was too! Alas our agreement with GFI
Here at Futurestechs we write daily analysis across asset classes, but our reports always have a focus on the “bigger picture”. So let’s have a look at said bigger picture at what seems like an interesting time for many markets.
Bond markets have been in an uptrend for as long as I can remember, and I’ve been around a few
Tonight I am lecturing at the London School of Economics for the UK Society of Technical Analysts as part of their annual Diploma Course. My subject matter for the evening is Market Profile, something we used extensively in our reports. Below are two charts. The first one shows the Market Profiles for the DAX over the last 8 days. The