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23 Oct

Will The Mexican Peso Crack The 50 Level ?

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Mexican Peso Futures---The Mexican Peso in the December contract is starting out the week unchanged at 5212 in a very quiet nonvolatile trading session as I have been recommending a bearish trade from around the 5421 level and then recommending to add another futures contract around 5240 & if you took the trade the stop loss now has been lowered significantly to 5293 as the chart structure is excellent at the present time so remain short.

20 Oct

Mike Seery's Limit Up Commodity Report 10-20-17

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Gold Futures---Gold futures in the December contract settled last Friday in New York at 1,304 an ounce while currently trading at 1,285 down about $20 for the week continuing its flip-flop trend as I am advising clients to avoid this commodity at the present time as it remains extremely choppy and I think that will continue for the rest of 2017.

 

20 Oct

Here Is My Mexican Peso Recommendation

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Mexican Peso Futures---The Mexican Peso in the December contract settled last Friday at 5210 while currently trading 5206 basically unchanged for the trading week as originally I was recommending a short position from around the 5421 then recommending adding another around the 5240 earlier this week and if you took those trades continue to place the stop loss which now stands at 5327 and in Tuesday's trade will be lowered to 5292 as the chart s

19 Oct

Excellent Risk Management Rule !

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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.

18 Oct

Here Is My Mexican Peso Trade

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Mexican Peso Futures--- The Mexican Peso in the December contract is trading higher for the 2nd consecutive session currently up 30 points at 5240 as I will be recommending another short position from this level as I also have been recommending a short position from 5421 as I am adding to this position taking advantage of the price rally over the last couple of days.

17 Oct

Talk To Mike Seery About Commodity Trading

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17 Oct

General Trading Chart Patterns & Rules

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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.

Short-term averages respond quickly to changes in the price of the underlying commodity, while long-term averages are slower to react.

16 Oct

Mike Seery's Limit Up Commodity Report 10-16-17

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S&P 500 Futures--- The S&P 500 in the December contract is trading at all-time highs this Monday in Chicago continuing its bullish momentum up another 2 points at 2555 & if you are long a futures contract continue to place the stop loss under the 10 day low which in tomorrow's trade will be 2529 and in Wednesday's trade will be raised to 2534 as the chart structure is improving on a daily basis.

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16 Oct

Mexican Peso Hits 4 Month Lows

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Mexican Peso Futures--- The Mexican Peso in the December contract is lower by 24 points currently trading at 5185 retesting lows that we haven't sent since June as the momentum to the downside is accelerating on a daily basis in my opinion.

16 Oct

What Is The Difference Between Old/New Crop ?

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What’s the difference between old crop & new crop in the agricultural commodities? When analysts and traders talk about agricultural commodities such as soybeans & corn the one thing they generally mention is old crop versus new crop and that might confuse some beginners on what exactly is the difference.

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