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09 Apr

Gold Sharply Higher; Copper Down 700 Points

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 Precious Metal Futures--- The precious metals today are mixed with gold futures higher by $16 dollars trading at $1, 646 an ounce due to the fact that the unemployment report was very disappointing on Friday and there is a flight to quality going into gold today while silver futures have reversed earlier gains and are now down 6 cents for the May contract trading at $31.65 an ounce.

07 Apr

Have Cotton Prices Bottomed?

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 Cotton Futures--- Cotton futures this week finished down over 300 points closing right on the lows of Thursday's trading session at 87.54 creating a new four-month low in the December contract. The December cotton is considered the new crop which will be harvested this fall as traders continued to think we’re going to have a record harvest which could be true but at this point we are still in early April.

07 Apr

Are Orange Juice Prices Headed For 3 Year Lows?

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 Orange Juice Futures-- Orange juice futures this week tumbled to new yearly lows and arer retesting the lows of last September of around 148 and if those lows of 2011 are broken you are then looking at three year lows on the continuous chart.

07 Apr

Have Coffee Prices Double Bottomed?

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Coffee Futures--- Coffee futures for the week finished basically unchanged in a pretty wild trading session last Thursday with the 1000 point trading range and actually breaking out briefly to a 4 week high before settling back down on Thursday.

06 Apr

What Type Of Trading Indicators Do You Use?

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 What type of trading indicators do you Use?  There are dozens of trading indicators which include short term and long term scenarios and  too many to mention in this article but there have been some basic indicators that are been around for many years such as the basic moving average, stochastic , RSI, and Bollinger bands which have become more popular in recent years.

06 Apr

Do You Need Help With Reading Charts?

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 Do You Need Help Reading Charts?  Do you understand how to read charts correctly and use them for potential profit in the futures market?

06 Apr

How Will The Markets React On Monday From The Unemployment Report?

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How Will The Markets React On Monday From The Unemployment Report?  In my opinion I believe the energy sector will be the hardest hit by Friday's unemployment number because of the fact that crude oil futures have been climbing together with the S&P 500 for several years now and the more people who are employed create demand for gasoline, crude oil and when there's higher unemployment been there is less demand for those products c

06 Apr

When Do You Add To Your Winning Trade?

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When Do You Add To Your Winning Trade?  This has always been a very interesting question because it can create a situation of going from rags to riches to riches to rags in a very short amount of time. Many times I see traders abuse pyramiding or adding to positions with utter lack of any type of money management system in place and letting it ride which usually ends up in a complete wipeout of capital and sometimes even worse.

06 Apr

S&P Tumbles On Unemployment Report

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 Stock Futures-- S&P futures tumbled on this holiday trading session finishing down 15 points to close at 1375 which is a new three week low due to the unemployment report which was released at 7:30 this morning with traders expecting 220,000 new jobs added but only received 120,000 new jobs with the unemployment rate of 8.2% which was very disappointing in the eyes of traders.

05 Apr

When Do You Enter 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 answer 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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