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Jim's Afternoon Markets Report--September 24

Sep 25, 2012

Monday Evening, September 24-Jim Wyckoff's Daily Markets
Update

Questions? Just email me at jim@jimwyckoff.com . I enjoy
hearing from my readers worldwide.--Jim

Click below for "Today’s Hot Market" item on my website.

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Dear Valued Subscriber: Following are today's significant
developments in the U.S. futures markets.

*. LIVESTOCK: December live cattle closed down $0.07 at
$128.40 today. Prices closed nearer the session low today.
The key “outside markets” were in a bearish posture for the
cattle market today, as the U.S. dollar index was higher
and crude oil prices were lower. Cattle bulls still have
the slight overall near-term technical advantage, but need
to show fresh power soon. Prices are still in a choppy,
nearly three-month-old uptrend on the daily bar chart. The
bulls' next upside price breakout objective is to push and
close prices above solid technical resistance at the
September high of $131.15. The next downside technical
breakout objective for the bears is pushing and closing
prices below solid technical support at the August low of
$126.72. First resistance is seen at today’s high of
$128.85 and then at $129.20. First support is seen at last
week’s low of $127.97 and then at $127.50. Wyckoff's Market
Rating: 5.5

November feeder cattle closed up $0.10 at $148.80 today.
Prices closed nearer the session low in quiet trading.
Feeder cattle bulls still have the overall near-term
technical advantage. Prices are in a gentle two-month-old
uptrend on the daily bar chart. The next upside price
breakout objective for the feeder bulls is to push and
close prices above solid technical resistance at $150.00.
The next downside price breakout objective for the bears is
to push and close prices below solid technical support at
$146.00. First resistance is seen at today’s high of
$149.15 and then at the September high of $149.52. First
support is seen at $148.00 and then at last week’s low of
$147.30. Wyckoff's Market Rating: 6.0

December lean hogs closed up $0.37 at $75.35 today. Prices
closed nearer the session high today and did hit a fresh
six-week high. Hog market bears still have the slight
overall near-term technical advantage. However, recent
upside price action does hint that a market bottom is in
place. The next upside price breakout objective for the hog
bulls is to push and close prices above solid chart
resistance at $77.00. The next downside price breakout
objective for the bears is pushing prices below solid
technical support at $73.00. First resistance is seen at
today’s high of $75.50 and then at $76.00. First support is
seen at $75.00 and then at today’s low of $74.55. Wyckoff's
Market Rating: 4.5

*. GRAINS: December corn futures were down 5 3/4 cents at
7.42 1/2 in late trading today. Prices were near mid-range
but did hit a fresh nine-week low early on. The key “outside
markets” were in a bearish posture for the corn market
today, as the U.S. dollar index was higher and crude oil
prices were lower. Harvest pressure continues to crimp the
corn market, too. The corn bulls have faded badly recently.
Prices have been trending lower for the past six weeks.
Corn bulls' next upside price objective is to push and
close prices above solid technical resistance at $7.89 1/2.
The next downside price breakout objective for the bears is
pushing and closing prices below solid technical support at
$7.25. First resistance for December corn is seen at $7.50
and then at last week’s high of $7.59 1/4. First support is
seen at today’s low of $7.36 1/2 and then at $7.30.
Wyckoff's Market Rating: 5.5

November soybeans were down 13 cents at $16.08 3/4 a bushel
in late trading today. Prices were near mid-range and hit a
fresh five-week low today. The key “outside markets” were
in a bearish posture for the soybean market today, as the
U.S. dollar index was higher and crude oil prices were
lower. U.S. harvest pressure is also at its peak for
soybeans. Soybean bulls still have the overall near-term
technical advantage but have faded badly recently, to begin
to suggest that a major market top may be in place. The
next near-term upside technical breakout objective for the
soybean bulls is pushing and closing November prices above
psychological resistance at $17.00 a bushel. The next
downside price breakout objective for the bears is pushing
and closing prices below solid technical support at $15.50.
First resistance is seen at today’s high of $16.26 and then
at $16.39. First support is seen at $16.00 and then at
today’s low of $15.90 1/4. Wyckoff's Market Rating: 6.0.

December soybean meal was down $1.40 at $484.60 in late
trading today. Prices were nearer the session high and hit
a fresh six-week low today. The meal bulls have faded badly
recently. Meal bulls still have the overall near-term
technical advantage. The next upside price breakout
objective for the bulls is to produce a close above solid
technical resistance at $510.00. The next downside price
breakout objective for the bears is pushing and closing
prices below solid technical support at $470.00. First
resistance comes in at today’s high of $487.80 and then at
$490.00. First support is seen at $480.00 and then at
today’s low of $477.10. Wyckoff's Market Rating: 6.0

December bean oil was down 71 points at 54.12 cents in late
trading today. Prices were near mid-range and hit a fresh
six-week low today. The key “outside markets” were in a
bearish posture for the bean oil market today, as the U.S.
dollar index was higher and crude oil prices were lower.
Bean oil bears now have the slight overall near-term
technical advantage. The next upside price breakout
objective for the bean oil bulls is pushing and closing
prices above solid technical resistance at 56.58 cents.
Bean oil bears' next downside technical price breakout
objective is pushing and closing prices below solid
technical support at the August low of 51.84 cents. First
resistance is seen at 54.50 cents and then at 55.00 cents.
First support is seen at 54.00 cents and then at 53.50
cents. Wyckoff's Market Rating: 4.5

December Chicago SRW wheat was down 2 1/2 cents at $8.94
3/4 in late trading today. Prices were near mid-range. The
key “outside markets” were in a bearish posture for the
wheat market today, as the U.S. dollar index was higher and
crude oil prices were lower. Given the recent selling
pressure in corn and soybeans, wheat has fared pretty well.
Trading remains choppy and sideways at higher price levels.
Wheat bulls have the overall near-term technical advantage.
Wheat bulls’ next upside breakout objective is to push and
close Chicago SRW prices above psychological resistance at
$9.00 a bushel. The next downside price breakout objective
for the wheat futures bears is pushing and closing prices
below solid technical support at the August low of $8.57
1/4. First resistance is seen at today’s high of $9.07 1/4
and then at $9.20. First support lies at today’s low of
$8.83 1/4 and then at $8.75. Wyckoff's Market Rating: 6.5.

December K.C. HRW wheat was down 7 1/4 cents at $9.19 in
late trading today. Prices were near mid-range. The bulls
still have the overall near-term technical advantage amid
choppy trading. Bulls' next upside price breakout objective
is pushing and closing prices above solid technical
resistance at $9.25. The bears' next downside breakout
objective is pushing and closing prices below solid
technical support at the August low of $8.74 1/4. First
resistance is seen at today’s high of $9.33 1/2 and then at
$9.45. First support is seen at today’s low of $9.07 1/4
and then at $9.00. Wyckoff's Market Rating: 6.5

December oats were steady at $3.76 today in late trading.
Prices were near the session high. Oats bulls have the
overall near-term technical advantage, but have faded
recently. Bears' next downside price breakout objective is
pushing and closing prices below solid technical support at
$3.57 3/4. Bulls' next upside price breakout objective is
pushing and closing prices above solid technical resistance
at last week’s high of $3.95 3/4. First support lies at
last week’s low of $3.69 1/2 and then at $3.65. First
resistance is seen at $3.77 1/2 and then at $3.80.
Wyckoff's Market Rating: 6.0

*. SOFTS: March sugar closed up 14 points at 20.21 cents
today. Prices closed nearer the session high today and saw
short covering in a bear market. Sugar was able to make
some gains today despite bearish outside markets—a stronger
U.S. dollar index and weaker crude oil prices. This does
hint that sugar has put in a market low. But at present
sugar bears still have the overall near-term technical
advantage. Bulls' next upside price breakout objective is
to push and close prices above solid technical resistance
at the September high of 21.00 cents. Bears' next downside
price breakout objective is to push and close prices below
solid technical support at the September low of 19.48
cents. First resistance is seen at today’s high of 20.38
cents and then at 20.50 cents. First support is seen at
20.00 cents and then at today’s low of 19.89 cents.
Wyckoff's Market Rating: 3.0.

December coffee closed down 80 points at 172.50 cents.
Prices closed near the session high today and hit a fresh
two-week low early on. The key “outside markets” were in a
bearish posture for the coffee market today, as the U.S.
dollar index was higher and crude oil prices were lower.
Coffee bears have the slight near-term technical advantage.
The next upside breakout objective for the bulls is to
close prices above solid technical resistance at the
September high of 183.70 cents. The next downside price
breakout objective for the bears is closing prices below
solid technical support at 160.00 cents a pound. First
resistance is seen at 175.00 cents and then at 177.50
cents. First support is seen at 170.00 cents and then at
today’s low of 167.65 cents. Wyckoff's Market Rating: 4.5

December cocoa closed down $66 at $2,455 a ton. Prices
closed nearer the session low today and hit a fresh four-
week low. The key “outside markets” were in a bearish
posture for the cocoa market today, as the U.S. dollar
index was higher and crude oil prices were lower. Cocoa
bulls still have the overall near-term technical advantage,
but are fading and need to show fresh power soon. Prices
have been trending lower for three weeks. The next upside
price breakout objective for the cocoa bulls is to push and
close prices above solid technical resistance at $2,600.
The next downside price breakout objective for the bears is
pushing and closing prices below solid technical support at
the August low of $2,364. First resistance is seen at
$2,500 and then at today’s high of $2,530. First support is
seen at today’s low of $2,441 and then at $2,400. Wyckoff's
Market Rating: 6.0

December cotton closed down 75 points at 72.50 cents today.
Prices closed near the session low and hit a fresh five-
week low today. The key “outside markets” were in a bearish
posture for the cotton market today, as the U.S. dollar
index was higher and crude oil prices were lower. Cotton
bulls and bears are back on a level near-term technical
playing field. A gentle 3.5-month old uptrend on the daily
bar chart was negated today. The next upside price breakout
objective for the bulls is to produce a close above solid
technical resistance at the August high of 77.49 cents. The
next downside price breakout objective for the cotton bears
is to push and close prices below solid technical support
at 71.59 cents. First resistance is seen at today’s high of
73.67 cents and then at 74.00 cents. First support is seen
at today’s low of 72.43 cents and then at 72.00 cents.
Wyckoff's Market Rating: 5.0

November orange juice closed down 680 points at $1.1805
today. Prices closed near the session low today and hit a
fresh three-week low. The key “outside markets” were in a
bearish posture for the FCOJ market today, as the U.S.
dollar index was higher and crude oil prices were lower.
FCOJ bulls faded badly today and lost their near-term
technical advantage. The next upside price breakout
objective for the FCOJ bulls is pushing and closing prices
above technical resistance at the September high of
$1.3270. The next downside technical breakout objective for
the FCOJ bears is to produce a close below solid technical
support at $1.1500. First resistance is seen at $1.2000 and
then at $1.2250. First support is seen at today’s low of
$1.1760 and then at $1.1600. Wyckoff's Market Rating: 5.0.

November lumber futures closed down $2.60 at $275.40 today.
Prices closed nearer the session low today. Bears  have the
overall near-term technical advantage. The next downside
technical breakout objective for the lumber bears is
pushing and closing prices below solid technical support at
the September low of $270.60. The next upside price
breakout objective for the bulls is pushing and closing
prices above solid technical resistance at $287.50. First
resistance is seen at today’s high of $279.00 and then at
last week’s high of $281.00. First support is seen at
today’s low of $274.80 and then at last week’s low of
$272.60. Wyckoff's Market Rating: 4.0

*. METALS: December gold futures closed down $13.70 an
ounce at $1,763.30 today. Prices closed near mid-range
today and saw profit taking and chart consolidation. The
key “outside markets were bearish for gold today as the
U.S. dollar index was higher and crude oil prices were
lower. Prices Friday hit a 6.5-month high and closed at a
bullish weekly high close. The gold market bulls still have
the solid overall near-term technical advantage. The gold
bulls’ next upside price breakout objective is to produce a
close above solid technical resistance at the 2012 high of
$1,800.90. Bears' next near-term downside price objective
is closing prices below solid technical support at
$1,720.00. First resistance is seen at today’s high of
$1,775.30 and then at $1,780.00. First support is seen at
last week’s low of $1,753.20 and then at $1,750.00.
Wyckoff’s Market Rating: 7.5

December silver futures closed down $0.688 an ounce at
$33.95 today. Prices closed nearer the session low today on
profit taking and chart consolidation. The key “outside
markets were bearish for silver today as the U.S. dollar
index was higher and crude oil prices were lower. Silver
bulls are still in firm near-term technical command. Prices
are in a two-month-old uptrend on the daily bar chart.
Bulls’ next upside price breakout objective is closing
prices above solid technical resistance at $36.00 an ounce.
The next downside price breakout objective for the bears is
closing prices below solid technical support at $32.51.
First resistance is seen at today’s high of $34.585 and
then at $35.00. Next support is seen at today’s low of
$33.63 and then at $33.25. Wyckoff's Market Rating: 7.5.

December N.Y. copper closed down 585 points at 373.05 cents
today. Prices closed nearer the session low today on some
profit taking and chart consolidation. The key “outside
markets were bearish for copper today as the U.S. dollar
index was higher and crude oil prices were lower. Copper
bulls still have the overall near-term technical advantage.
Prices are in a seven-week-old uptrend on the daily bar
chart. Copper bulls' next upside breakout objective is
pushing and closing prices above solid technical resistance
at the September high of 383.95 cents. The next downside
price breakout objective for the bears is closing prices
below solid technical support at 364.00 cents. First
resistance is seen at 375.00 cents and then at today’s high
of 378.00 cents. First support is seen at today’s low of
371.55 cents and then at 370.00 cents. Wyckoff's Market
Rating: 6.5.

*. ENERGIES: November crude oil closed down $0.88 a barrel
at $92.01 today. Prices closed near mid-range today and
were pressured by a stronger U.S. dollar index. The bulls
have faded badly recently to suggest that a near-term
market top is in place. Bulls and bears are on a level
near-term technical playing field. The next near-term
upside price breakout objective for the crude oil bulls is
producing a close above solid technical resistance at
$97.00 a barrel. The next near-term downside price breakout
objective for the crude oil bears is to produce a close
below solid technical support at $90.00. First resistance
is seen at todays’ high of $93.18 and then at $93.84. First
support is seen at last week’s low of $90.96 and then at
$90.00. Wyckoff's Market Rating: 5.0

November heating oil closed down 230 points at $3.0953
today. Prices closed near mid-range today. Bulls and bears
are on a level near-term technical playing field. The
bulls' next upside price breakout objective is closing
prices above solid technical resistance at the September
high of $3.2633. Bears' next downside price breakout
objective is producing a close below solid technical
support at $3.0000. First resistance lies at today’s high
of $3.1225 and then at $3.1500. First support is seen at
today’s low of $3.0726 and then at $3.0500. Wyckoff's
Market Rating: 5.0.

November (RBOB) unleaded gasoline closed down 286 points at
$2.7922 today. Prices closed nearer the session low today.
Bulls and bears are presently on a level near-term
technical playing field. The next upside price breakout
objective for the bulls is closing prices above solid
technical resistance at the September high of $3.9527.
Bears' next downside price breakout objective is closing
prices below solid support at $2.6100. First resistance is
seen at today’s high of $2.8240 and then at $2.8500. First
support is seen at today’s low of $2.7729 and then at
$2.7500. Wyckoff's Market Rating: 5.0.

November natural gas closed down 2.5 cents at $3.045 today.
Prices closed near mid-range today. Bulls have faded
recently and are on a level near-term technical playing
field with the bears. The next upside price breakout
objective for the bulls is closing prices above solid
technical resistance at the September high of $3.199. The
next downside price breakout objective for the bears is
closing prices below solid technical support at the August
low of $2.79. First resistance is seen at today’s high of
$3.083 and then at $3.12. First support is seen at today’s
low of $3.00 and then at $2.95. Wyckoff's Market Rating:
5.0.

*.STOCKS, FINANCIALS, CURRENCIES: The December Euro
currency closed down 61 points at 1.2940 today. Prices
closed near mid-range today. More profit taking was
featured. The Euro bulls still have the overall near-term
technical advantage. Prices are still in a two-month-old
uptrend on the daily bar chart. Euro bulls' next upside
price breakout objective is pushing and closing prices
above solid technical resistance at the September high of
1.3183. The next downside price breakout objective for the
bears is closing prices below solid chart support at
1.2768. First resistance for the Euro lies at 1.3000 and
then at today’s high of 1.3059. Next support is seen at
today’s low of 1.2902 and then at 1.2850. Wyckoff's Market
Rating: 7.0

The December Japanese yen closed up 47 points at 1.2853
today. Prices closed nearer the session high today. Bulls
have the overall near-term technical advantage. Bulls' next
upside price breakout objective is closing prices above
solid resistance at the September high of 1.2977. Bears'
next downside breakout objective is closing prices below
solid technical support at the September low of 1.2631.
First resistance is seen at today’s high of 1.2863 and then
at 1.2900. First support is seen at today’s low of 1.2802
and then at 1.2750. Wyckoff's Market Rating: 7.0.

The December Swiss franc closed down 42 points at 1.0698
today. Prices closed near mid-range today on profit taking.
The Swissy bulls still have the solid overall near-term
technical advantage. Prices are in a two-month-old uptrend
on the daily bar chart. The next upside price breakout
objective for the bulls is closing prices above solid
resistance at the September high of 1.0838. The next
downside price breakout objective for the bears is closing
prices below solid technical support at 1.0500. First
resistance is seen at today’s high of 1.0739 and then at
1.0785. First support is seen at today’s low of 1.0661 and
then at 1.0627. Wyckoff's Market Rating: 6.5.

The December Australian dollar closed down 28 points at
1.0349 today. Prices closed near mid-range today. Mild
profit taking was featured. Bulls still have the overall
near-term technical advantage. Bulls' next upside price
breakout objective is closing prices above solid chart
resistance at the September high of 1.0537. The next
downside breakout objective for the bears is to produce a
close below solid technical support at 1.0234. First
resistance is seen at 1.0400 and then at 1.0442. Next
support is seen at today’s low of 1.0311 and then at last
week’s low of 1.0290. Wyckoff's Market Rating: 7.0

The December Canadian dollar closed down 16 points at
1.0200 today. Prices closed near mid-range today. Profit
taking was featured. Bulls still have the solid overall
near-term technical advantage. Prices are in a three-month-
old uptrend on the daily bar chart. Bulls' next upside
price breakout objective is producing a close above chart
resistance at the September high of 1.0359. The next
downside price breakout objective for the bears is closing
prices below solid technical support at 1.0140. First
resistance is seen at today’s high of 1.0223 and then at
1.0257. First support is seen at today’s low of 1.0166 and
then at 1.0140. Wyckoff's Market Rating: 7.0.

The December British pound closed down 27 points at 1.6214
today. Prices closed near mid-range today and saw mild
profit taking. Bulls still have the solid overall near-term
technical advantage. Prices are in a 10-week-old uptrend on
the daily chart. The next upside price breakout objective
for the bulls is closing prices above solid technical
resistance at 1.6400. Bears' next downside technical
breakout objective is closing prices below solid support at
1.6000. First resistance is seen at today’s high of 1.6244
and then at last week’s high of 1.6304. First support is
seen at today’s low of 1.6176 and then at 1.6150. Wyckoff's
Market Rating: 7.5.

The December U.S. dollar index closed up 20 points at 79.60
today. Prices closed near mid-range today. More short
covering in a bear market was featured. The bears still
have the overall near-term technical advantage. Prices are
in a two-month-old downtrend on the daily bar chart. Bulls'
next upside price breakout objective is to close prices
above solid technical resistance at 80.60. The next
downside price breakout objective for the bears is to
produce a close below solid technical support at last
week’s low of 78.72. Next resistance lies at today’s high
of 79.82 and then at 80.00. First support is seen at
today’s low of 79.42 and then at 79.11. Wyckoff's Market
Rating: 3.0.

December U.S. T-Bonds closed up 24/32 at 147 20/32 today.
Prices closed nearer the session high today and saw more
short covering, bargain hunting and safe-haven buying
today. Prices are still in a choppy two-month-old downtrend
on the daily bar chart, but the bulls have gained some
fresh upside near-term technical momentum recently. The
next downside price breakout objective for the T-Bond bears
is closing prices below solid technical support at the
September low of 144 15/32. The next upside technical
objective for the bulls is to produce a close above solid
technical resistance at 149 even. First resistance is seen
at today’s high of 147 28/32 and then at 148 even. First
support is seen at 147 even and then at 146 10/32.
Wyckoff's Market Rating: 5.5.

December U.S. T Notes closed up 9.0 (32nds) at 132.31.0
today. Prices closed nearer the session high today. More
short covering and bargain hunting were featured, along
with some fresh safe-haven buying. Bulls have the overall
near-term technical advantage. The next upside price
breakout objective for the bulls is closing prices above
solid resistance at 133.26.5. The next downside price
breakout objective for the bears is producing a close below
solid technical support at the September low of 131.23.0.
First resistance is seen at today’s high of 133.01.5 and
then at 133.08.0. First support is seen at today’s low of
132.20.5 and then at 132.16.0. Wyckoff's Market Rating: 6.0

GENERAL STOCK MARKET COMMENT: The U.S. stock indexes closed
weaker today on profit taking in quiet trading. Stock index
bulls still have the solid overall near-term technical
advantage. It was a “risk-off” day in the world market
place Monday. Not surprising to many, the glow of the
recent monetary stimulus measures by the major central
banks of the world is now fading and focus is moving back
to worrisome global economic growth prospects, and
especially those of the European Union. That put downside
price pressure on many markets, including the stock
indexes. There was more weak economic data coming out of
Germany Monday, as well as renewed worries about Spain and
Greece and those countries’ abilities to service their debt
burden. Germany’s closely watched Ifo report showed
business confidence down for the fifth month in a row.
Spain has yet to formally request bailout funds from the
European Union. Greece is preparing to ask the EU for more
funding as a German magazine said Greece’s budget deficit
may be double what was previously thought. There were also
reports that German and French officials over the weekend
could not agree upon a plan of action for dealing with the
EU debt crisis. And in China, an advisor to that country’s
central bank made more downbeat comments about China’s
economic growth prospects. The European and U.S. stock
markets slumped and the Euro currency weakened on the fresh
news coming out of the European Union.

The Nasdaq stock futures index closed down 14.00 at
2,838.50. Prices closed nearer the session low today.
Bulls' next upside price breakout objective is closing
prices above solid resistance at 2,900.00. The bears' next
downside price breakout objective is closing prices below
solid technical support at the September low of 2,742.75.
First resistance is seen at today’s high of 2,857.25 and
then at last week’s high of 2,871.75. First support is seen
at today’s low of 2,826.25 and then at 2,820.00. Wyckoff's
Market Rating: 8.0

The S&P 500 futures index closed down 1.10 at 1,450.80.
Prices closed nearer the session high today. Bulls' next
upside price breakout objective is closing prices above
solid resistance at 1,500.00. The next downside price
breakout objective for the bears is closing prices below
solid support at 1,395.40. First resistance is seen at last
week’s high of 1,461.50 and then at the September high of
1,467.50. First support is seen at today’s low of 1,444.80
and then at 1,428.50. Wyckoff's Market Rating: 8.0.

The Dow futures closed down 15 points at 13,485. Prices
closed near mid-range. The next upside price objective for
the bulls is closing prices above solid technical
resistance at 13,750. The next downside price objective for
the bears is closing prices below solid technical support
at the September low of 12,965. First resistance in the Dow
lies at today’s high of 13,530 and then at last week’s high
of 13,580. First support is seen at today’s low of 13,456
and then at last week’s low of 13,432. Wyckoff's Market
Rating: 8.0.

Click below for my welcome letter to all new customers and
for an explanation of my Market Rating System.

http://www.jimwyckoff.com/newsletter/WelcomeAboard/

IMPORTANT NOTE: I am not a futures broker and do not manage
any trading accounts other than my own personal account. It
is my goal to point out to you potential trading
opportunities. However, it is up to you to: (1) decide when
and if you want to initiate any traders and (2) determine
the size of any trades you may initiate. Any trades I
discuss are hypothetical in nature.

Here is what the Commodity Futures Trading Commission
(CFTC) has said about futures trading (and I agree 100%):
1. Trading commodity futures and options is not for
everyone. IT IS A VOLATILE, COMPLEX AND RISKY BUSINESS.
Before you invest any money in futures or options
contracts, you should consider your financial experience,
goals and financial resources, and know how much you can
afford to lose above and beyond your initial payment to a
broker. You should understand commodity futures and options
contracts and your obligations in entering into those
contracts. You should understand your exposure to risk and
other aspects of trading by thoroughly reviewing the risk
disclosure documents your broker is required to give you.

Jim Wyckoff
 

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