A week ago, in our educational segment 002, we took a close look at how a positive MACD crossover of the signal line over the trigger line when both lines were above the zero line was noted for Wallbridge Mining (TSX: WM). This positive chart condition sometimes offers clues for “better things to come”. Here’s how that played out and what we see in copper today.
You will recall in chart educational segment 001, we took an in depth look at the weekly chart for gold. Our expectation is for the MACD signal line to dip below the trigger line and then re-cross it later next year. This will be our buy signal based on trend settings. So let’s look at an example where this has just happened.
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