Are Cotton Futures Gearing Up For Another Leg Higher?

December ‘21 cotton futures start the day in an increasingly narrow range as this week's consolidation continues. Recent sales and export data may indicate weak demand in the near term, and increasing strength in the dollar has weighed down the rally. With cotton prices being at levels some would consider inflated, many might have concerns this market is running out of steam. The chart, however, offers some hope. There is what could be a bull flag forming on the daily chart which many consider a strong bullish indicator. Prices would need to break out above Tuesday's pre-reversal highs before considering this market bullish again. However, there could be opportunities in the upcoming week with Tuesday’s USDA Supply and demand report being a strong potential catalyst.


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