commodity trading

10 May

5 Common Mistakes Of Commodity Trading; Do You Break These Rules?

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 5 Common Mistakes Of Commodity Trading 1—I will start with the number 1 answer first because 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 money quickly. This rule is simple Do Not OVERTRADE EVER for this is an easy way to lose all your capital quickly.

10 May

Platinum Makes New 4 Month Lows

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Platinum Futures--- Platinum futures today in the July contract broke the psychological $1500 level to close at 1, 492 an ounce finishing lower by another $7 dollars creating a new four-month low with the next major support all the way down at 1, 400 which is still nearly $100 dollars away from current levels.

10 May

Bond Yields Hit New Lows On JP Morgan Chase News

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Bond Futures-- The bond market hit fresh all-time lows in yield once again today with new lows in the 5-year and 10 year notes with the five-year note yielding 0.76% while the 10 year note yield 1.81% is near all-time lows. The S&P 500 on the night session is down 10 points on bad news about JP Morgan Chase losing money for the quarter on heavy trading loses causing investors to seek cover and buy treasuries.

10 May

Milk Prices Slightly Higher Today

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Milk Futures---Milk Futures for the June contract closed higher by only 4 points to close at 14.42 still right near contract lows of 14.00 which happened late last week possibly double bottoming in the near-term on the daily chart, however in my opinion I believe milk prices are still headed lower from these levels and that that support will be broken here in the next couple of weeks due to oversupply and lack of demand at this point.

10 May

Free 25 Proven Option Strategies

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10 May

Lumber Prices Up Slightly Today

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Lumber Futures-- Lumber futures this afternoon in Chicago traded in a very quiet range ending higher by 200 points to close at 281 per board foot in a directionless trade this afternoon on light volume.

10 May

Sugar Prices Higher For A Change

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 Sugar Futures-- Sugar futures in the July contract had an extremely quiet trading day finishing higher only by 7 points to close at 20.45 a pound still hovering right near contract lows and I do believe in my opinion that prices are heading lower from these levels due to the fact soft demand with large surplus of sugar coming into the market at this time causing prices the possibly heading  back down to the July 2010 lows of around 15.50

10 May

THERE MUST BE A GOD ! ORANGE JUICE PRICES HIGHER TODAY

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 Orange Juice Futures—WOW! THERE MUST BE A GOD! Orange juice futures in the July delivery actually finished higher today by 340 points to close at 120.90 ending up higher for the first time in 8 trading days after a complete bloodbath in prices in the last two months causing traders and producers to wonder how low prices actually could go.

10 May

Coffee Prices Higher By 350 Points Today

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 Coffee Futures--- Coffee futures this morning rallied sharply off of contract lows hit yesterday afternoon closing higher by 360 points in the July contract to finish at 178.65 a pound showing strength all trading session.

10 May

Cotton Limit Down 400 Points ! How Much Lower Can They Go?

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 Cotton Futures-- Cotton futures plunged this afternoon in New York finishing limit down nearly 400 points to close at new contract lows once again settling right around 79.40 a bale with the next yearly low at around 77.50 and then after that you're looking at prices going back to possibly 2009 levels.

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