Consider marking the $44.40-$44.70 level on your crude oil chart.
An area of support that stands out is $41.79-$42.30 via the October futures contract.
The Market Vectors Junior Gold Miners ETF chart shows rising demand.
Bottoming is a process, so we took a look at several gold charts that dig for the clues that could signal a bottom in the precious metal.
Recent movements in oil (and gold) are the result of several factors.
High inventory numbers are just part of it.
Setups in both commodities do not look promising.
You want to be ahead of a collapsing supply scenario in 2016 and 2017.
The technicals show a bull case and a bear case.
Three charts indicate upside potential for the downtrodden investment class.

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