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This week we definitely witnessed some wipe-saw action in the indices and are now net-neutral in terms of market price. While on the other hand Soybeans made new highs, Corn might be making a double top and the same with Wheat.
If a new trader is looking to use futures to earn speculative profits, an understanding of spreads relationships is essential.
In this Broker Tip video, Matt Vitiello explains the importance of flagging your orders properly, and the difference between a day order and GTC order.
This morning saw a good example of a Taylor Trading Technique Sell Short day sale in the eMini S&P futures. In addition to the standard TTT reference price, overnight price levels proved to be a help to analyzing and trading it this morning.
Cocoa traders were disappointed with last week’s European grinding numbers, and the market appears technically overbought.
Early this morning I was looking at the 19.80 level to get involved. We then sold off by just about 80 points and that idea was re-adjusted.
This weekly feature examines chart formations, along with technical indicators, of two to three commodity markets. Breakouts of these formations may lead to trading recommendations published by the Trade Spotlight advisory service.
Daniels Trading Senior Broker and author of Turner’s Take newsletter Craig Turner was quoted in the April 9th, 2014 Dow Jones Business News article titled “GRAIN HIGHLIGHTS: Top Stories of the Day”.
Daniels Trading Senior Broker and author of Turner’s Take newsletter Craig Turner was quoted in the April 9th, 2014 article in The Wall Street Journal titled “Soybean Prices Reach Eight-Month High on Tighter Supplies”.
First Notice Day (FND) and Last Trading Day (LTD) are very important dates to know when trading any futures contract. You can find the FND and LTD in several ways.