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09 Mar

Was The Crop Report Bullish?

in Blog, corn, futures broker, soybeans, wheat

The Supply/Demand report for the 2nd month in a row was very neutral report today with very little change in estimates; however the soybeans are called 5 to 15 cents higher while wheat and corn are called steady. The corn was perceived mildly bearish as USDA left ending stocks unchanged at 801 million bushels while traders were looking for a slight decline..

09 Mar

Job Report Add 233,000 Jobs; Rate 8.3%

in Blog, Bonds, futures broker, stocks, unemployment

The jobs report today showed that 233k thousand jobs were added in the month of February while also raising Januarys jobs by another 40k showing that the economy is  improving at a solid pace.The bond market is lower by 20/32 which is a pretty small move and the S&P is up only 1 points reflecting a neutral report this morning.

08 Mar

Do You Have A Game Plan?

in Blog, trading systems

This rule is very simple and it states that one must have a game plan and use it consistently even during periods of loses which will happen to you over the course of time. Do not suddenly start to risk 5-10% because you have to catch up and get your loses back quickly, stick with the game plan and over the course of time this will help improve your percentages of success.

08 Mar

Free 25 Proven Option Strategies

in Blog, FREE 25 PROVEN OPTION STRATEGIES

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08 Mar

Grains Higher In Night Session

in Blog, futures broker, soybeans

The soybean market tonight is higher by two cents while corn is also higher by two cents in light trade before tomorrow 7:30 USDA crop report which will definitely have a huge impact on the prices on the open. Wheat futures were also higher by four cents in a quiet trade , probably with limited action tonight, however should have huge volatility on the open at 9:30am ct.

08 Mar

Do You Trade Against The Trend?

in Blog, commodity trading, futures broker, trend trading

Trade with the short term trend, as the saying goes in futures trading that the trend is your friend. Sometimes you will be a market that is trending higher and then has a false breakout to the upside and then suddenly sells off causing you a 2% loss on your equity and you say to yourself that was a bad trade and should I do something different on my next trade.

08 Mar

Do You Add To A Losing Trade ?

in Blog, Do You Add To A Losing Trade ?

This next rule is extremely important and I witness this being abused constantly creating tremendous loses that are sometimes difficult to come back from.

08 Mar

Cotton Prices Close Near Lows; What Will Farmers Plant ?

in Blog, cotton, futures broker

Cotton Futures-- Cotton futures for the May delivery finished down 56 points to finish 89.56 a bale in a uneventful trade today before tomorrow's big USDA crop report which comes out of 7:30 AM central time keeping a lid on prices this afternoon. A couple days ago India stopped exports of cotton causing cotton prices to climb from 88 to 94 in one day only to sell off from those highs to possibly retest contract lows of 84.50 a bale.

08 Mar

How Do You Protect Yourself Against A Falling Dollar?

in Blog, commodities, futures broker

 Investing in the S&P 500 and commodities can be a wise idea to grow your portfolio over the course of time, however there can be tumultuous times that can have your portfolio decline dramatically as in the case of the financial collapse of 2008. Those times are over and the S&P is right near its old highs and the Nasdaq composite is at 11 year highs and the commodity markets have rallied tremendously in the last couple of years.

08 Mar

Feeder Cattle & Cattle Higher Today

in Blog, cattle futures, feeder cattle futures, futures broker, lean hogs

The meat futures today in Chicago were higher across the board with feeder cattle futures climbing 110 points while live cattle futures climbed 87 points to close around 126.45 a pound in the April contract. Lean hogs had a quiet session ending up seven points to close around 87.42 in light trade in Chicago.

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