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15 Mar

Crude Oil Trades Lower On Rumour; Unleaded Gas & Heating Oil Sharply Lower

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 Energy Futures-- Today crude oil futures had a wild ride on a rumour that Great Britain and the United States signed an agreement to release oil from the strategic petroleum reserve thus lowering prices in the short term, however the Obama administration came out and denied these rumours saying that there was no agreement with Great Britain to release any oil at this time.

15 Mar

Will Soybeans Go To All-Time Highs?

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 Grain Market-- The grain market today surged to the upside due to the fact that there is a huge demand for these products and suddenly now are starting to put a weather premium into some of the prices especially soybeans with the hot and dry weather the Midwest is experiencing this week and in the next week with record temperatures across the board adding price premium going into spring planting.

14 Mar

Why Do Successful Traders Use Seasonality?

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 What do traders mean when they talk about seasonality and its effects on commodity prices? The definition of seasonality states that a characteristic of a certain time when the data experiences regular and predictable changes which occur every calendar year and in a time series that reoccurs or repeats over one year can be said to be seasonal.

14 Mar

Sugar Prices Higher

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 Sugar Futures-- Sugar futures for the May delivery today shot up 31 points to close at 24.44 with the next resistance at about $.25.87 a pound which happened about two weeks ago bucking the trend today with most commodities lower but sugar was strong all day.

14 Mar

Coffee Prices Plummet To Contract Lows Again

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Coffee Futures-- Coffee futures for the May delivery continue their giant bear market finishing down another 300 points closing at 182.90 a pound which is a new closing contract low with the bears clearly in charge at this point.

14 Mar

Cotton Prices Testing Recent Lows

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 Cotton Futures-- Cotton futures for May delivery were down again today settling at 87.14 a bale finishing lower by another 90 points closing at a 10 week low with the next resistance at 84.23 which happened on December 14th  of last year reversing last week's gain on the fact that India had stopped exporting cotton but only a couple of days later were pressured by Chinese and Indian farmers to not pursue that policy so prices

14 Mar

Precious Metals Plummeting In Early Trade

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 Precious Metal futuresToday the precious metals plummeted as investors are selling silver, gold, and copper and are rushing into the stock market as gold drops another $50 today currently trading at 1,645 an ounce and silver also sharply lower down $.70 cents trading at 3.285 an ounce in heavy trading in New York today.

13 Mar

Crude Oil & Products Higher:Gas New Highs

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 Energy Futures-- The energy complex today was higher with unleaded gasoline leading the charge higher finishing up 350 more points to close at 3.3575 a gallon to new fresh contract highs while heating oil also finished up over 300 points to close at 3.2738 in heavy volume in New York today.

13 Mar

What Does Seasonality Mean & How Do Traders Use It?

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 What do traders mean when they talk about seasonality and its effects on commodity prices? The definition of seasonality states that a characteristic of a certain time when the data experiences regular and predictable changes which occur every calendar year and in a time series that reoccurs or repeats over one year can be said to be seasonal.

13 Mar

Soybean Prices Hit New Highs

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The grain market this morning has shot higher quickly with soybeans racing up another $.12 cents to a new contract high trading currently at 13.45 a bushel with corn breaking out above the 6.60 level trading now at 663.4 a bushel on concerns of incredibly warm weather here in the Midwest going into spring planting.

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