Metals - just my trading idea

Actionable trade ideas for metals. The opposing moves for Palladium and Copper are off measurements. If you are looking for lower-level studies to be included in this type of analysis, frankly they do not exist. Moving averages cross after the price action has evolved and in almost all other studies such as Stochastics or MACD, the crossover studies suggest joining the trend a tad bit late in my humble opinion. While I am not questioning the autheticity of these pattern type studies as they serve well for the swing trader who likes to trade the trend. The trade ideas for metals below are meant for the short-term trader.

Metals trade idea


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