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03 Apr

Precious Metals Slightly Lower On Open

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 Precious Metal Futures-- The precious metals are slightly lower across the board in early trade in New York today with gold down only $1 dollar at 1,678.3 an ounce while silver futures are lower by $.22 cents for the May contract currently trading at 32.88 an ounce in light trade.

02 Apr

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02 Apr

Have Coffee Prices Double Bottomed?

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Coffee Futures---  Coffee futures today rallied with all the other commodities sectors as well rising 375 points in the May contract to finish at 186.20 a pound with a possible double bottom formed in the last week. Coffee futures have rallied from a low of 175 a pound which happened twice in the same week only to retest three weeks highs at 187 a pound which could happen in tomorrow's trading session.

02 Apr

Have Cotton Prices Bottomed?

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 Cotton Futures-- Cotton futures traded in a narrow range today in New York with the May delivery down $.40 points closing around 93.20 a bale while the new crop cotton for December delivery was down 25 points closing right around 90.85 a bale in very light trade.

02 Apr

25 Free Proven Commodity Option Strategies

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With more than 2.2 billion contracts (valued at $1.1 quadrillion) traded in 2007, CME Group is the world’s largest and most diverse derivatives exchange. Building on the heritage of CME, CBOT and NYMEX, CME Group serves the risk management needs of customers around the globe. As an international marketplace, CME Group brings buyers and sellers together on the CME Globex electronic trading platform and on trading floors in Chicago and New York.

02 Apr

Gold & Silver Higher Today: Copper Up 1000

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Precious Metal Futures-- The precious metals today reversed from early losses and gold and silver only to finish higher across the board in heavy trading in New York today. Gold futures finished up 9 dollars in the June contract to close around 1,681 an ounce while silver futures closed up nearly $.70 cents closing around 33.15 in the May contract.

26 Mar

What Does Adding To A Losing Trade Mean To You?

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What Is Your Definition Of Adding To A Losing Position?  My rule for adding to a losing trade differs from mainstream thinking because for this reason that if you buy soybeans and the trade goes against you adding to this trade would be adding to a loser, which is correct. However many traders won’t add to the soybean long position but they will buy gold or some other commodity without getting out of soybeans first.

26 Mar

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.

26 Mar

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 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.

26 Mar

Precious Metals Sharply Higher On Bernanke Comments

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 Precious Metal Futures-- The precious metals this morning are exploding to the upside on bullish comments by Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke that the economy is doing in better-than-expected pushing precious metal prices higher across the board today with gold futures up another $18 dollars an ounce currently trading at 1,680 while silver futures are gaining for the 2nd consecutive day up another $.45 cents at $32.75 right at session highs of the morning

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