Coffee: What's Next?

Coffee can be a volatile market and like many other trading instruments, can rotate between periods of choppiness.

Few weeks back I wrote about coffee and it is time to revisit.

Coffee can be a volatile market and like many other trading instruments, can rotate between periods of choppiness, trending and simply volatile two sided action.

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Recent action leads me to believe that we may see a test of the 160-165 levels. We had a weather snap to 211 Aug. 1st which failed. We then had another breakout Sept. 2nd which also failed and resulted with lower highs and lower lows.

Looking at the daily chart below I did get a sell signal a few days ago and using Fibonacci extensions along with Eliot Wave theory I see a potential for the 160-165 levels.

If you read some of my posts before you may know that for me, speculation on market direction is just the first stop, the main work is deciding if and how to attack using the market view.

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140923 KCE Coffee (ICE) Equalized Active Daily Continuation Heikin Ashi

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Ilan Levy-Mayer has been a commodities broker for over 15 years, and holds an MBA in Finance and Marketing from Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Ilan is currently the Vice President and a Senior Broker at Cannon Trading Company.

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