08 Mar

How Do You Protect Yourself Against A Falling Dollar?

in Blog, commodities, futures broker

 Investing in the S&P 500 and commodities can be a wise idea to grow your portfolio over the course of time, however there can be tumultuous times that can have your portfolio decline dramatically as in the case of the financial collapse of 2008. Those times are over and the S&P is right near its old highs and the Nasdaq composite is at 11 year highs and the commodity markets have rallied tremendously in the last couple of years.

08 Mar

Feeder Cattle & Cattle Higher Today

in Blog, cattle futures, feeder cattle futures, futures broker, lean hogs

The meat futures today in Chicago were higher across the board with feeder cattle futures climbing 110 points while live cattle futures climbed 87 points to close around 126.45 a pound in the April contract. Lean hogs had a quiet session ending up seven points to close around 87.42 in light trade in Chicago.

08 Mar

Dollar Sharply Lower!

in Australian dollar, Blog, Canadian Dollar, futures broker, Mexican peso, US dollar

Currency Futures-- The U.S dollar today was sharply lower finishing down 65 points in the June contract to close around 79.59 an active trade today while the Euro currency was higher by 124 points to finish at 1.328 going into tomorrow's unemployment report which will come out at 7:30 AM central time.

08 Mar

Do You Over Trade?

in Blog, Having 2 many positions on at the same time

If you don’t follow this rule you will be sure to lose your money quickly. This rule is simple Do Not OVERTRADE EVER for this is an easy way to lose all your capital quickly.

08 Mar

Crude Oil & Products Higher On Weak Dollar

in Blog, crude oil futures, heating oil futures, unleaded gasoline futures

Energy Futures-- Crude oil futures today rallied slightly higher by $.60 cents a barrel to close approximately at $106.80 while heating oil futures were the leader of the complex today finishing higher by  550 points to close around 3.27 a gallon in active trade in New York .

08 Mar

Soybeans Higher; Wheat & Corn Lower

in Blog, corn, futures broker, oats, rough rice, soybean meal, soybeans

Grain Futures-- A mixed day in the grain markets today ahead of tomorrow's crop report which will be released at 7:30 AM central time with corn and wheat lower while soybeans futures continue their bullish run finishing up another $.10 cents in the May contract to finish around 13.37 a bushel also making a new closing contract high.

08 Mar

Gold & Silver Rally Ahead Of Unemployment Report Tomorrow

in Blog, copper, gold, palladium, platinum, silver, unemployment report

The precious metals rallied today with gold leading the way higher by $14 closing around us $1,698 an ounce while silver futures also rallied finishing higher by 25 cents closing around 33.82 ounce in an active trade. Copper futures were relatively quiet today compared to silver and gold finishing higher by 200 points to close around 378.80 a pound while platinum futures for the April contract rallied $33 dollars to close at 1660 an ounce.

08 Mar

Watch Michael Seery On Bloomberg TV Thursday At 9am ct--Talking Commodities

in Blog, Mike Seery TV appearance

Watch Michael Seery today on Bloomberg Business channel at 9am central time talking about the commodity markets., if you have any questions please call me at 800-615-7649

07 Mar

Free 1 On 1 Consultation With Michael Seery

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Do you know where to invest when the bond yield hits an all time low combined with an inflation in gas prices? Don't miss another opportunity to leverage your investments at the right time by signing up for an exclusive 1 on 1 Consultation with Mike Seery.

07 Mar

Watch Michael Seery On Bloomberg TV Thurday At 9am ct--Talking Commodities

in Blog, Mike Seery On Bloombery Talking Commodities

Watch Michael Seery this Thursday at 9am ct time on Bloomberg Business television discussing commodities and the how the bond market influences commodity and stock prices.

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