Copper could trade higher
Murali Sarma of Trade Guidance, LLC - InsideFutures.com - Tue Oct 22, 7:17AM CDT

We appear to be finding support for December Copper here at around 2.557 since bottoming out at 2.482 in early September. Chile, Peru, China and the US still hold the reins for the top 4 producers while demand for Copper appears to have flattened some due to economic slow down, the need for this precious metal remain balanced as industrial and building expansions crawl. Here is a measured move idea that appears to be trade-able for the interim time frame.

Trade setup

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Chart

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