Basic Materials

This will be good for gold and commodities, but not for the dollar.
This upside move looks sustainable, so traders should make their move now.
Tokyo trade plays to watch after the first U.S.-Japan summit of the Trump presidency, which wrapped up with a round of golf.
And be aware that the trade is already long in the tooth.
I like the chart of this Brazilian steel maker
Basic materials, heavy machinery, coal and steel are in favor with Chinese equity strategists.
Even with limited price history, we can see this stock is on the rise.
Oil is neutral in the charts, and the U.S. dollar chart looks bearish.
I have bought long positions in these 2 materials sector names.
Construction and materials now looks expensive, but small homebuilders still have room to run.


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