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Recent Extreme Readings in the COT Data

The Copper, Cotton and Crude Oil markets have recently registered COT numbers at multi-year extremes. The prices subsequently broke out to new highs, but failed to gain any traction. This is similar to what was seen in gold last summer. A violation of the support lines will likely result in a domino of selling pressure.

Conversely, the Treasury market numbers are very bullish...

Recent Extreme Readings in the COT Data

 

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