14 Mar

Gold & Silver Plummet In Price Today

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 Precious Metals-- The precious metals sector was absolutely clobbered today with silver leading the way down plunging more than a $1.50 to close around $32.15 an ounce and breaking support at $33 dollars and now looking at the next level of support around $30 dollars an ounce while gold futures plummeted down $52 dollars for the April contract to close at 1,642.8 an ounce and making an 8 week low with the next support in gold futures  

14 Mar

Crude Oil & Products Down Slightly In Lack Luster Trade

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 Energy Futures-- Crude oil futures for the April delivery today finished down $1.00 to close approximately at 105.68 a barrel with the API inventory report coming out showing no real surprises and outside pressure with the precious metals sharply lower today made crude oil sell off in sympathy.

14 Mar

Soybeans Hit New Highs:Corn & Wheat Lower

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Grain Futures-- A quiet day in the grain markets today with soybeans and soymeal slightly higher for the trading session while corn and wheat stubble towards the close finishing lower in active trade in Chicago today.

14 Mar

Precious Metals Plummeting In Early Trade

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 Precious Metal futuresToday the precious metals plummeted as investors are selling silver, gold, and copper and are rushing into the stock market as gold drops another $50 today currently trading at 1,645 an ounce and silver also sharply lower down $.70 cents trading at 3.285 an ounce in heavy trading in New York today.

13 Mar

5 Common Mistakes Of Commodity Trading

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  5 Common Mistakes Of Commodity Trading

13 Mar

What Does Seasonality Mean & How Do Traders Use It?

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 What do traders mean when they talk about seasonality and its effects on commodity prices? The definition of seasonality states that a characteristic of a certain time when the data experiences regular and predictable changes which occur every calendar year and in a time series that reoccurs or repeats over one year can be said to be seasonal.

13 Mar

Gold Market Plunges In Night Session Trading

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Gold futures for the April contract plunged on the night session opening lower by $25 dollars an ounce currently trading at $1,670 an ounce while silver futures are down 30 cents trading at $33.30 an ounce due to he fact that the stock market continues to explode to the upside with investors wondering if they need gold in their portfolios .

13 Mar

Stock Futures Explode To New Highs Again

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Stock Futures—The S&P today rallied to new yearly highs exploding higher again by 24 points in the June contract to finish at 1391.50 on very light volume while the NASDAQ has cracked 3,000 and continues to surge because stocks are still considered cheap to investors and they can move much higher with interest rates at historical lows as well as the Fed pushing commodity and stock prices higher because right now is the agenda to get Pr

13 Mar

Do You Hedge Your Crop?

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If you are a farmer concerned about the price fluctuations of grains, meats, or energy products learn how to hedge like a professional and minimize your risk.

13 Mar

Crude Oil & Products Higher:Gas New Highs

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 Energy Futures-- The energy complex today was higher with unleaded gasoline leading the charge higher finishing up 350 more points to close at 3.3575 a gallon to new fresh contract highs while heating oil also finished up over 300 points to close at 3.2738 in heavy volume in New York today.

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