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Darin Newsom DTN Senior Analyst
Mon Nov 4, 2013 07:57 AM CST

Those familiar with my analysis know that when I talk about trend, either futures or futures spreads, I look at three different time frames: The minor (short-term) on the daily charts, secondary (intermediate-term) on the weekly charts, and major (long-term) on the monthly charts. Also, there are three different directions that trend can be: up, down, and sideways (yes, sideways is a direction). Each time frame and direction can tell us something different about the underlying market, leaving us the job of piecing it all together. It is interesting to note that a market can be showing trends in all ...

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