A daily summary of high-profile members of several complexes.
Gold Aug Contract (GC, ETF: (GLD))
The corrective potential down to 1285.00 was fulfilled overnight to gap open there Thursday. That was already $8-9 of selling. Then came a $12-13 plunge down to 1273.50. So, an Island has formed from two sessions instead of from only one. It requires eventual retest and fresh highs above 1300.00. And it's recovery is likelier sooner rather than later so long as 1269.50 holds as support.
Eurodollar Jun Contract (EC, ETF: (FXE, UUP))
Thursday's reaction to the ECB policy statement was muted, but it triggered a signal under 1.1235. A second consecutive lower close on Friday would confirm the trend has reversed down. Closing back above 1.1285 would instead launch a new upleg .
Silver Jul Contract (SI, ETF: (SLV))
Wednesday's overnight dip had filled the gap back to Friday's 17.55 close. Thursday's deeper pre-open dip repeated it unnecessarily, before post-open action plunged under 17.30. Closing above 17.40-17.45 keeps alive near-term potential for recovering, and for extending to fulfill 17.90.
30-year Treasury Sep Contract (US, ETF: (TLT))
The reaction down from Wednesday's fulfillment of 154-10 extended deeper Thursday morning. Support was found upon testing the rally's 153-29/154-02 objective. Its test presents a good opportunity for small bounce to 154-24 for correcting this week's dip, where a durable downleg would be more credible to begin without suddenly accelerating its pace.
Crude Oil Jul Contract (CL, ETF: (USO, USL) (UWTI-long, DWTI-short))
Gapping down slightly Thursday to a fresh low under 45.30 was recovered immediately back into positive territory. Now filling the gap from above would neutralize its attraction below, which would be bullish if avoiding a second consecutive lower close confirming Wednesday's breakout.
Natural Gas Jul Contract (NG, ETF: (UNG, UNL))
Thursday's EIA report wasn't being greeted from a position of strength due to the gap outstanding from Monday's 2.98low close. The knee-jerk reaction blipped-down to fill the gap, and then reversed back up into positive territory.