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13 Mar

Stock Futures Explode To New Highs Again

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Stock Futures—The S&P today rallied to new yearly highs exploding higher again by 24 points in the June contract to finish at 1391.50 on very light volume while the NASDAQ has cracked 3,000 and continues to surge because stocks are still considered cheap to investors and they can move much higher with interest rates at historical lows as well as the Fed pushing commodity and stock prices higher because right now is the agenda to get Pr

13 Mar

Do You Hedge Your Crop?

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If you are a farmer concerned about the price fluctuations of grains, meats, or energy products learn how to hedge like a professional and minimize your risk.

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

Soybeans Hit New Highs:Corn & Wheat Lower

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 Grain Futures-- A mixed trading day the grain market today with soybeans hitting contract highs again up another $.14 cents for the May contract closing at 13.49 a bushel and new closing highs for the move while soybean meal which is been the leader in the complex was up another four dollars to close at 366.1 a pound in heavy volume.

13 Mar

Gold Lower;Copper & Silver Higher

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 Precious Metal Futures-- Precious metal futures today were mixed with gold finishing slightly lower down only 2 dollars at $1, 698 an ounce rallying from the lows of earlier trade which was down about $10 dollars while silver finished higher by $.30 cents to finish at 33.70 an ounce in an active trade 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

Natural Gas Prices Plummet To New Lows

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 Natural gas futures continue their giant bear market hitting new 11 year lows down another six points and currently trading at 2.21 which is also a new fresh contract low.

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.

13 Mar

Crude Oil Higher;Products Higher

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 Energy futures are slightly lower this morning with crude oil down only $.30 at $106.05 a barrel while unleaded gasoline continues to be the leader in this complex up another 150 currently trading at 3.3386 a gallon which is a new fresh contract high in early trading. Heating oil futures are up hundred points at 3.2520 a gallon while Brent crude oil is up $.17 at 125.51 a barrel.

13 Mar

Gold & Silver Lower In Early Trade

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The precious metals today opened lower with gold leading the way down almost $14 dollars to trade around 1,688 an ounce in heavy volume in New York while silver futures have reversed early gains and are now trading lower by $.15 trading around 33.26 an ounce and off by $.60 from early morning highs. Platinum futures were slightly lower only down three dollars at 1,692 an ounce while Palladium futures are down six dollars at 698 in light trade today.

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