Technically Speaking Blog
Darin Newsom DTN Senior Analyst
Mon Oct 27, 2014 06:01 AM CDT

Live Cattle: The December contract closed $1.85 higher at $166.90. The December contract posted a new high of $170 last week, before falling back slightly at the close. The move to a new high indicates the secondary (intermediate-term) trend remains up, despite the market's high volatility and weekly stochastics that continue to show an overbought situation. If the market turns lower, initial support is at the recent low of $161.80.

Feeder Cattle: The November contract closed $0.50 higher at $234.65. The market continues to indicate the secondary (intermediate-term) trend has turned down. If so the recent high of $245.75 could ...

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