Gold Feb Contract (GC, ETF: (GLD))
Thursday night's dip had held the rally's $1,345.00 per ounce pullback limit and wasn't threatened intraday Friday, which maintained the 1368.50 target. But Sunday night's renewed selling probed deeper, extending the pullback to attack "lower prior highs" at 1335.50. Regardless, at least the gap back up to Friday's close and potentially 1368.50 remain in-play so long as the pullback doesn't close under 1328.50.
Eurodollar Mar Contract (EC, ETF: (FXE, UUP))
Monday's gap down is in-line with the Head & Shoulders top that had formed through Friday's bounce. A temporary correction down to 1.2365 or 1.2305 is now in-play so long as bounces hold 1.2460 before the last probe of new highs can develop.
Silver Mar Contract (SI, ETF: (SLV))
Sunday night's retest of the rally's 17.30 pullback limit jeopardizes the upside momentum. Already having tested its $17.72 per ounce target to within a penny doesn't help to attract sponsorship for holding the pullback limit. But already extending lower Monday to test 17.10 may have expended more energy than sustainable without a bounce.
30-year Treasury Mar Contract (US, ETF: (TLT))
The pattern extended down to fresh lows Sunday night, now leaving a gap above that may help to encourage a recovery when the decline has finished. At least another fresh low remains likely, and retracing it sufficiently before Friday's jobs report could form a bottom.
Crude Oil Mar Contract (CL, ETF: (USO, USL) (UWTI-long, DWTI-short))
Sunday night's dip into Monday morning tested the $64.95 per barrel pullback limit. Closing above last Thursday-Friday 65.37 low suggests the pullback will hold, and back above 66.05 would resume the rally targeting 67.15.
Natural Gas Mar Contract (NG, ETF: (UNG, UNL))
Gapping down Monday was in-line with expectations for not extending the rally without a somewhat brief yet deeper correction. Yet, the drop immediately began recovering and filled the gap back up to Friday's $3.18 per thousand cubic feet close. The pattern's timing is difficult at this point, but at least another new recovery high close remains likely.