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What Does An Inverted Market Mean? Look At Cattle
What Does An Inverted Market Mean? Look At Cattle

What Does An Inverted Market Mean? Its when a futures market where the nearer month contracts are more expensive than the distant months contracts as an inverted market occurs during periods of shortages. Typically, the further months are more expensive because the goods have the additional costs of insurance, storage, and interest costs incurred in borrowing funds to hold the…

Where Are Cattle Prices Going ?
Where Are Cattle Prices Going ?

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Have Corn Prices Bottomed Out ?
Have Corn Prices Bottomed Out ?

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Wild Trading Week In Gold
Wild Trading Week In Gold

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Has The S&P 500 Bottomed ?
Has The S&P 500 Bottomed ?

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Time To Exit Cattle
Time To Exit Cattle

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Crazy Volatility In Silver
Crazy Volatility In Silver

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Never Add To A Losing Trade
Never Add To A Losing Trade

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. Never add to a losing position because if the position continues to go against you and now you have added even more contracts which are all losing money your account will suffer loses much more than…

Why Are Coffee Prices Going Higher ?
Why Are Coffee Prices Going Higher ?

Coffee Futures—Coffee futures in the May contract is slightly lower this Wednesday afternoon in New York down 35 points at 125.25 a pound breaking a 5 day winning streak as prices are still hovering right at a 2 1/2 month high. Coffee prices are trading above their 20 & 100 day moving average as the 100 level held once again…