Folks, some followers requested that I take a look at the Emerging Markets Sovereign Debt ETF (NYSEARCA:PCY).  Honestly, I hadn’t looked at this particular ETF before. But my initial thoughts are: wow, that was a perfect sell pattern setup.

As I’ve said before, some patterns work, while some don’t – that’s why we (as traders) use a stop. This one worked.

Okay, so let’s look at the chart and pattern setup for the Emerging Markets Sovereign Debt ETF (PCY). The first chart below is a daily chart that shows the gap decline right through support – looks a lot like crude did a while back. The recent candlestick appears to have sloweded the selling pressure (note the doji candlestick).  The decline has also hit the Emerging Markets Equity ETF (NYSEARCA:EEM), but that’s for another chart post…

When we zoom out further and look at a weekly chart (see 2nd chart below), it looks like this ETF could decline to the 24-25 area. If/when we get there, things get really interesting.

Depending on your angle, one could put neckline support at 27 or 25. But, either way, I see a big old thump forming…

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