Energy Looking Bullish


It looks as if Energy turned a corner.


We discussed on Sunday how XLE has been caught in the grip of a punishing daily downtrend. On Monday XLE closed above the declining trend line to signal that day 10 hosted an early DCL. Shorten daily cycles are more likely to occur at the tail end of an extended sell off due to exhaustion of bears. And that is what appears to be happening with XLE.


Another bullish signal occurred with the BPENER. Monday the BPENER delivered bullish follow through to last week’s close above the 50 day MA.

In my Special Energy Update that I posted on Sunday I take look at the energy sector and discuss the weekly charts for NATGAS, Oil, Uranium and XLE as well as the yearly chart for XLE.

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  1. Pingback: Energy Bouncing Back | Cycle Trading

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