It has been a tale of two stories for lumber prices.
Last year, Lumber rose five fold to over $1600. It was a tremendous rally, and one that to this day is probably pushing the inflation needle.
That said, lumber fell sharply in 2021 and may have reached a bottom here in September. The past several weeks have been constructive and helped to form a strong base consolidation pattern. And over the past week, “price” has reversed higher.
Lumber appears to have bottomed into one of our MOB band price targets. As well, we have a bullish Money Flow Unit (MFU) in place.
I am expecting a gradual advance from here into the initial price target at our Money Flow Unit (MFU-3) of $857.8.
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