By Dean Rogers
November natural gas closed below major support at $2.63 Tuesday and then settled below $2.55, the 0.618 projection of the wave $2.859 – 2.592 – 2.72 Wednesday. Most waves that meet the 0.618 projection extend to at least the 1.00, in this case $2.45. Therefore, odds favor $2.45. This is a highly confluent target that is in line with this year’s $2.443 perpetual swing low. Many factors make $2.45 a potential stalling point. At minimum, we expect a pullback once $2.45 is met.
First resistance for tomorrow is $2.55. Resistance at $2.59 should hold. The key level for the near term is $2.64. This is the 62 percent retracement of the decline from $2.742 and the 38 percent retracement from $2.859.
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