29 Jan

Quiet Night Session In The Commodity Markets 1-29

in Blog, currencies, energies, grain, metals

The commodity markets are quiet tonight with very little fundamental news to move the market, look for monthly unemployment on Friday to bring some news to jolt the market. The grains are basically unchaged so far with weather improving in South America. The Euro currency is unchanged after a terrific rally in the last 2 weeks. Gold unchanged as well. This will be a busy trading week because of earnings and the unemployment report.Gold and silver are slightly higheras well as crude oil futures.

27 Jan

Soybeans & Grain Market Stagnation

in Blog, corn, grain, soybean, wheat

The soybeans continue to be choppy as well as the other grains. The weather in Brazil is not as hot or dry as they had expected and even with the big rally in the Euro currency the prices continue to go sideways with big swings. I still believe that these prices will head higher in the near future because of the fact of QE3 possibly coming in April and the fact of low stockpiles and large overseas demand. Continue to look at adding positions on down days.


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