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Darin Newsom DTN Senior Analyst
Mon Jul 28, 2014 08:00 AM CDT

Anyone who has watched the cotton market since in 2014 knows it has been under pressure, to say the least. The epitome of the struggle is the December 2014 contract, which after posting a high of 84.74 (cents per pound) the week of May 4 fell to a low last week of 64.53, a drop of about 24%. But as July is nearing its end, DTN Six Factor analysis gives market bulls in hiding a ray of hope.

First, the trend remains down. However, weekly stochastics (a momentum indicator, second chart) are in single digits, well below the oversold level ...

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