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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.

05 Apr

How Low Are Orange Juice Prices Going?

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Orange Juice Futures—Orange juice futures today plummeted to a new contract low closing down over 200 points to settle at 158.70 and earlier in the day hit a session low of 155.00 which is a new seven-month low. Harvest has been better than expected and has sent prices down from over 203 just three months ago down to 155 this morning as traders continue to see the slide in the coming months possibly retesting the 125 level by summer.

05 Apr

Do You Lose Money Over Trading?

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If you follow this rule you will have a chance of being successful over the course of time, if you don’t follow this rule you will be sure to lose your entire equity and possibly more money quickly. This rule is simple Do Not OVERTRADE EVER for this is an easy way to lose all your capital quickly.

05 Apr

Gold & Silver Rally Ahead Of Unemployment Report Tomorrow

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 Precious Metal Futures---The precious metals finished higher this afternoon with gold leading the charge finishing higher by around  $17 dollars closing around 1,631 an ounce while silver futures ended higher by $.73 cents closing around  31.76 an ounce reversing some of yesterday’s steep declines.

05 Apr

Have Lumber Prices Bottomed?

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Lumber Futures--- Lumber futures today are up sharply soaring 600 points trading around 270.40 per board feet and at one point traded as high as the $10 daily limit. Lumber prices may have created an inverted head and shoulders chart pattern, if you look back in early December which is the one shoulder and in mid-January when the head was created and 2 days ago was the right shoulder.

05 Apr

Do You Have A Game Plan?

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 This rule is very simple and it states that one must have a game plan and use it consistently even during periods of loses which will happen to you over the course of time. Do not suddenly start to risk 5-10% because you have to catch up and get your loses back quickly, stick with the game plan and over the course of time this will help improve your percentages of success.

05 Apr

Have Coffee Prices Double Bottomed?

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Coffee Futures-- Coffee futures in New York today are down 170 points on the open for the May contract currently trading at 183.25 after a wild trading session yesterday with over 1000 point trading range settling right in the middle around 185 and in my opinion might've been a key reversal in the coffee market to the upside.

05 Apr

Cotton Prices Re-Testing 4 Month Lows

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Cotton Futures--- Cotton futures this morning for the December contract are retesting 4 month lows down 25 points trading currently at 87.85 a bale with the 4 month low of 87.50 which happened three weeks ago.

05 Apr

Gold & Silver Higher Today: Copper Up 300

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 Precious Metal Futures---The precious metals today have reversed some of yesterday’s steep losses with gold futures for the June contract up $18 dollars right near the highs of the trading session currently trading at 1,631.7 an ounce with silver futures up $.56 cents for the May contract trading at 31.61 an ounce in a very volatile an active trade in New York today.

04 Apr

Milk Futures Down 2nd Consecutive Day

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Milk Futures--- Milk futures sold off sharply from 6 week highs for the 2nd consecutive trading session selling off 29 points to settle at  at 15.30 in heavy  trade in Chicago in sympathy with the rest of the commodity markets today.

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