Commodity Chart Of The Day
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I know we've all felt it at the pump with prices up 35% in the last four months. What if I told you relief could be around the corner? Well, that is my opinion.
Prices appear to be rolling over from around the same levels that they topped in the spring. Past performance is not indicative of future results, however, prices dropped 80 cents a gallon from March to June. As seen on the chart, prices have retreated 10 cents in the last two sessions as of this writing. I'm looking for at least a move back to $2.75/gallon in the coming weeks. This would represent a 7% decline. See the Fibonacci level as your downside objectives, indicated by the white horizontal jagged lines.
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