Key Levels For Grains

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The charts below show natural support and resistance levels based on W.D. Gann's Law of Vibration. These are the short term major Gann squares.

Each level can be used as support and then resistance once taken out and the reverse when starting as resistance. These levels will be good until the end of each contract, they are the yellow horizontal lines.

We have the long term major Gann squares on our daily charts for longer term moves between these levels. These are also coupled with the Fibonacci retracements. You can see more of this on the Oats chart below.

We did a post back on 2/13/24 showing what to look for in the Oats based on the methods mentioned above.

You can find it here.

In it we said that a move above 23.6% at 384.00 and a close back below the 380.50 can cause a sharp selloff. It is almost 30 cents so far after that happening.

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