Happy golden spiral day! Am I the only one who celebrates this day? Many people don’t know it exists, but it is part of the seasonal change point time window that impacts all markets on a cycle basis. What is golden spiral day? It is June 18, simply put 6.18.
The S&P 500, gold, bitcoin and soybeans do chart bullish to me for next week. In contrast, the yen, euro, pound, Aussie, and crude show some bearish technical conditions for next week-quarter from monthly charts already noted. The short call spread weekly trade ideas in these is derived from bearish candlesticks in multiple time frames, volume and Fisher indicators, and range extension this week. clear. The Aussie, euro, soybeans and British pound show trending pivots for next week, and the yen (two-time frames), gold (two-time frames), Aussie, bitcoin and soybeans have range compression that also can produce wider weekly ranges than average.

Another pair that is interesting is soybean meal, where we see a strong bearish impulse in play since the start of July 2017.

Today we are going to look at the EUR/USD, it's 4-hour and daily view.
On Tuesday, crude oil extended gains and hit a fresh July high, but will we see a further rally in the coming days?
On Tuesday, the British Pound moved lower against the greenback, which resulted in an invalidation of the breakout above two important resistances.

The German DAX is unfolding a sharp decline on the intraday chart, which we now see as part of a bigger Wave C.

In the first part of the Preparing for THE Bottom series, we emphasized the need to be sure to stay alert and focused in the precious metals market, even though it may not appear all that interesting.

While it may be a quiet day for macroeconomic data, it hasn’t been the case for the markets.

The two big events I’m watching from last week are oil and the health care situation.