Bonds

09 Jun

Why Are Bonds Not Selling Off ?

in Blog, Bonds, commodities, currencies, futures trading, Mike Seery

10 Year Note Futures---The 10 year note in the September contract settled last Friday in Chicago at 126/20 while currently trading at 126/08 as I'm currently not involved in this commodity, but I believe that the yield on the 10 year will rise from 2.20% as the stock market continues to hit all-time highs almost on a daily basis as I'm recommending a bullish position in that sector while keeping a close eye on a short position in the bond market.

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02 Jun

What Does Risk Management Mean To You?

in Blog, Bonds, commodities, currencies, futures trading, Mike Seery

What Does Risk Management Mean To You? I generally tell people that the reason people lose money in commodities is not due to the fact that they are bad at predicting where prices are headed, however they are bad when it comes to losing trades and refusing to take a loss which results for heavy monetary losses that are difficult to come back from.

01 Jun

How Can You Use Moving Averages To Your Advantage?

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How Can You Use Moving Averages To Your Advantage? A simple moving average is calculated by adding the closing price of a commodity such as crude oil for a number of time periods and then dividing this total by the number of time periods.

 

31 May

When Should You Enter Into A Trade ?

in Blog, Bonds, commodities, currencies, futures trading, Mike Seery

When Should You Enter Into A Trade ? I have been asked this question many times throughout my career and my opinion is simply to buy on a 20-25 day high breakout in price on a closing basis only or sell on a 20-25 day low breakout to the downside also on a closing basis.

Many times the price will break the 25 day high and sell off later in the day only to have your trade be negative very quickly.

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23 May

My Consolidation Theory--Look At The Dow Jones

in Blog, Bonds, commodities, currencies, futures trading, Mike Seery

There are different theories about how long does a meaningful consolidation has to last before you enter a trade ? In my opinion I always want to see a consolidation that lasts at least 8 or more weeks before I would consider entering.

21 May

Will Weak Dollar Prop Commodities Higher ?

in Blog, Bonds, commodities, currencies, futures trading, Mike Seery

Dollar Index Futures--- The dollar index in the June contract is trading lower 6 out of the last 7 trading sessions down by another 65 points at 97.12 & down over 250 points for the week testing prices we have not seen since November 2016 as turmoil in Washington DC is putting pressure here in the short term.

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17 May

Never Add To A Losing Trade

in Blog, Bonds, commodities, currencies, futures trading, Mike Seery

This rule is extremely important and I witness it being abused constantly creating tremendous loses that are sometimes difficult to come back from.

17 May

U.S Dollar Hits A 7 Month Low

in Blog, Bonds, commodities, currencies, futures trading, Mike Seery

Dollar Index Futures--- The dollar index in the June contract is hitting a 7 month low down for the 5th consecutive trading session lower by another 22 points at 97.73 testing prices we have not seen since November 2016 as turmoil in Washington DC is putting pressure here in the short term.

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16 May

Moving Averages Can Indicate New Trends

in Blog, Bonds, commodities, currencies, futures trading, Mike Seery

How Can You Use Moving Averages To Your Advantage? A simple moving average is calculated by adding the closing price of a commodity such as crude oil for a number of time periods and then dividing this total by the number of time periods. Short-term averages respond quickly to changes in the price of the underlying commodity, while long-term averages are slower to react.

15 May

North Korea Supporting Bonds

in Blog, Bonds, commodities, currencies, futures trading, Mike Seery

10 Year Note Futures--- The 10 year note in the September contract is down 2 ticks at 125/02 as I have been recommending a short position from around the 124-15 level and if you took the trade continue to place your stop loss above the 10 day high which stands at 125/12 as the chart structure will improve in Wednesday's trade therefore lowering the monetary risk.

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