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21 Mar

Free 1 On 1 Consultation With Michael Seery

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Do you know where to invest when the bond yield hits an all time low combined with an inflation in gas prices? Don't miss another opportunity to leverage your investments at the right time by signing up for an exclusive 1 on 1 Consultation with Mike Seery.

21 Mar

Have Milk Prices Bottomed?

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 Milk Futures--- Milk prices surged today finishing higher by about 35 points in the May contract to finish at 15.55 closing right at a four week closing high.

21 Mar

Soybeans Higher; Wheat & Corn Lower Again

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 Grain Futures-- The grain futures today were mixed with soybeans ending higher while wheat and corn continue their bearish trends finishing closing right on the lows of the trading session in Chicago today. May soybeans rallied 8 cents after yesterday's 20 cent debacle to the downside closing near the highs of the session at around 13.57 a bushel while corn futures plummeted near the close of the day finished down 6 cents at 6.420 a bushel.

21 Mar

Gold & Silver Higher Today:Platinum Lower

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Precious Metal Futures-- The precious metals today ended mixed with gold futures for the April contract closing at 1, 650.5 an ounce which was only up  four dollars for the trading session while silver prices rallied $.40 cents to close around 32.23 an ounce in a volatile trading session in New York today.

21 Mar

Cotton Higher By 100 Points Today

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 Cotton Futures-- Cotton futures are higher this morning in the July contract trading higher by 100 points currently at 89.75 a bale with major support between 84.00 – 88.00 a bale.

21 Mar

Crude Oil Higher;Products Mixed

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 Energy Futures--- Crude oil this morning is slightly higher however the products are lower with unleaded gasoline down 150 points trading at 3.3484 a gallon with the heating lower by 150 points trading at 3.22 a gallon in early trading in New York today.

21 Mar

Soybeans Higher;Corn & Wheat Mixed

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 Grain Futures--- The grain market open mixed this morning with corn futures for the May delivery down another 2 cents for the third consecutive down day trading at 6.46 a bushel on terrific planting progress and outstanding spring weather. Soybean futures which were hammered yesterday are slightly higher by only 6 cents at 13.51 a bushel while wheat futures are only up 3 cents at 6.55 a bushel in early trade in Chicago today.

21 Mar

Gold & Silver Higher Today: Copper Up 300

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 Precious Metal Futures-- The precious metals today are higher in early trading with gold up $11 dollars currently trading at 1,657.8 an ounce with silver higher by almost $.50 cents at 32.29 an ounce in an active trade in New York today. However platinum and Palladium futures are lower today with platinum leading the way down $10 dollars trading at 1,645 an ounce while Palladium is down only two dollars at 695.

20 Mar

Crude Oil & Products Sharply Lower

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Energy Futures--- Crude oil futures plummeted today with the rest of the commodity sectors finishing down nearly $2.50 a barrel to close in the April contract at 105.60 while heating oil also finished down 250 points to close at 3.2367 a gallon in heavy volume in New York.

20 Mar

Where Do I Place My Stop Loss?

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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?

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