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16 Mar

Are Cocoa Prices Going Higher?

in Blog, Cocoa futures, coffee futures trading, commodity consulting, commodity trading, cotton futures, lumber futures, Michael Seery, milk futures, orange juice futures, Seery Futures.com, sugar futures

Cocoa Futures--- Cocoa futures in New York this week hit 2 ½ year highs settling slightly higher right around 2992 as strong demand for this product continues to push prices higher and you look at the chart structure its outstanding at the current time & I’m recommending buying cocoa placing my stop loss below the 10 day low of around 2895 and that stop will be raised on Monday up to 2917 so the risk reward situation is highly in your favor in m

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16 Mar

Are Soybean Prices Going Higher?

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Soybean Futures--- Soybean futures in the November contract are trading above their 20 day moving average just barely at 11.66 and their 100 day moving average trading near 5 month highs going out this Friday afternoon in Chicago at 11.73 finishing down $.07 for the trading day and for the trading week losing about $.15 as the chart structure in the November contract is outstanding at this given time & I have been recommending a long position in soybeans plac

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16 Mar

When Do You Exit A Trade?

in bear put spreads, Blog, bull call spreads, call options, commodity consulting, commodity trading, commodity trading rules, futures broker, managed futures, managed futures accounts, Michael Seery, options broker, put options, Seery futures.com simulated trading

   WHEN DO YOU EXIT A TRADE ?-- The biggest question that I have been asked is when do I exit a winning trade and when do I exit a losing trade? In my opinion the rule of thumb that I use is placing my stop loss at the 10 day high if I’m short or a 10 day low if I’m long. The other rule of thumb is to place your stop loss at the 2% maximum loss allowed in your account for any given trade.

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16 Mar

Keep Selling The 5 Year Note

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 Bond Futures--- The 5 year note finished higher by 20 ticks this week on political concerns with Crimea & Russia sending the yields sharply lower as investors sought the bonds as a safe haven closing at 119 – 26 in the June contract continuing its choppy trend in the last 2 months.

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16 Mar

When Do You Enter InTo A Trade?

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When Do You Enter A Trade? What are your rules to initiate a trade on the long or short side of the commodity market? 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.

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16 Mar

Corn Prices Remain Bullish

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Corn Futures-- Corn futures are trading above their 20 and 100 day moving average settling at  4.86 Friday afternoon still right near 4 month highs as the trend continues in my opinion as with the rally in oats and the wheat market its making corn prices look cheap. The chart structure on the daily chart is outstanding at this time raising the probabilities that a bottom has developed and I do think $5 a bushel is coming soon in the December contract.

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16 Mar

Are Silver Prices Going Higher?

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Silver Futures---Silver futures are trading right at their 20 day but above their 100 day moving average telling you that the trend is mixed to higher and I still believe silver prices are cheap and if you are a long term investor this market could pay you off in 3-5 years as inflation is headed back into the U.S economy despite all the fake government reports that tell you that inflation is dead.

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16 Mar

The U.S Dollar Continues Bearish Trend

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U.S Dollar--- The U.S dollar sold off 30 points this week finishing at 79.57 in the June contract hitting a 1 year low trading below its 20 & 100 day moving average telling you that the trend is lower as I’m recommending a short position in the U.S Dollar Index placing my stop above the 10 day high which currently stands at 80.41 risking around $800 per contract as the trend has turned bearish in my opinion.

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16 Mar

How High Can Gold Prices Go?

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Gold Futures---Gold futures are trading above their 20 & 100 day moving average continuing their bullish trend finishing up over $30 for the trading week on concerns over the Ukraine & Russian conflict sending prices to 7 month highs.

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15 Mar

Mike Seery's Limit Up Commodity Report 3-14-14

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Cocoa Futures--- Cocoa futures in New York this week hit 2 ½ year highs settling slightly higher right around 2992 as strong demand for this product continues to push prices higher and you look at the chart structure its outstanding at the current time & I’m recommending buying cocoa placing my stop loss below the 10 day low of around 2895 and that stop will be raised on Monday up to 2917 so the risk reward situation is highly in your

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