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08 Dec

Mike Seery's Limit Up Commodity Report 12/8/17

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Wheat Futures---Wheat futures in the March contract settled last Friday in Chicago at 4.38 a bushel while currently trading at 4.24 down about $0.14 for the trading week hitting another contract low as this bearish trend continues on a month-to-month basis, as I am currently not involved in this market, but if you are short a futures contract place the stop loss at the 10 day high standing at 4.43 as an exit strategy.

08 Dec

Looking To Sell The 10 Year Note

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10 Year Note Futures---The 10 year note in the March contract settled last Friday in Chicago at 124/13 while currently trading at 124/10 as I have been writing about this market over the last several weeks looking for a possible sell if prices close under the critical 124.00 level in the coming days ahead, as the 10 year note is currently yielding about 2.35% which is still historically extremely low especially as United States is starting to grow once agai

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06 Dec

When Should You Exit A Trade ? Sugar & Crude Today

in Blog, Bonds, commodities, currencies, futures trading, Mike Seery

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? In my opinion the rule of thumb that I use is placing my stop loss at the 10 day high if I’m short or a 10 day low if I’m long as the theory is that I do not want something to go against me for more than 2 weeks.

05 Dec

Do You Understand 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.

05 Dec

The 10 Year Note Looks Bearish

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10 Year Note Futures--- The 10 year note in the March contract is currently trading down 4 ticks at 124/04 right at major support which has been hit on a half-dozen times only to rally as I'm keeping a close eye on a possible short position if that level is breached on the closing basis.

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04 Dec

TRADING THEORY---Do You Over Trade ?

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TRADING THEORY---Do You Over Trade ?---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.

01 Dec

Do You Over Trade Your Account ?

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TRADING THEORY---This rule is extremely important and I witness it being abused constantly creating tremendous loses that are sometimes difficult to come back from.

28 Nov

Trading Theory--How Much Should You Risk ?

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What Does Risk Management Mean To You? I generally tell people that the reason people lose money in commodities is not due to the fact that they are bad at predicting where prices are headed, however they are bad when it comes to losing trades and refusing to take a loss which results for heavy monetary losses that are difficult to come back from.

28 Nov

I Am Bearish The 10 Year Note

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10 Year Note Futures---The 10 year note in the December contract is currently trading lower by 3 points at 125/01 as I am currently not involved in this market, but I have a bearish bias to the downside as worldwide economies are improving especially in the United States coupled with the fact that we have a 17 year low unemployment rate as I think our economy will even improve over the next several years as interest rates are too low at the current time in

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27 Nov

Talk To Mike Seery About Commodity Trading

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