Buy. The copper price has formed a broadening formation (lines 1 and 2). At the time of writing (US$98,20) it had just broken out above line 2 and therefore has a significantly higher target (short term). That will also be bullish for stocks. The short-term stochastic isn’t yet overbought but, importantly, the weekly stochastic is oversold, which is a bullish sign. Traders buy at the $98 to $100 level or better (eg, ideally, if it pulls back towards $94). The minimum upside target is $106,50 – ie, the height of the broadening formation projected up. Take at least half profits there, but keep some for further upside potential to line 3 at $109. Place your initial stop-loss as a closing price below $93,99 (spot price). Once the price gets to its minimum upside target of $106,50, take half profits and use a trailing stop – such as a breaking of its prior two-day low (to allow for capturing further upside).