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In last night’s Swing Trader’s Insight update I labeled the eMini S&P futures as an “exit breakout buys, Sell Short day” setup. The Sell Short day refers to the Sell Short day of the Taylor Trading Technique cycle. The overnight rally changed the picture a bit but we still ended up getting a trade out of it today.
In our “Get to Know Your Broker” article series, Don DeBartolo discusses his background, trading philosophy, personal hobbies and more!
Are we seeing another Bear Flag in the Cocoa market?
Last week Friday, we took a look at a few markets that had pronounced trendlines, stochastics and 20 day moving averages worth taking a look at. Today, lets take a look at a few BEAR flags that have formed over the past week!
The Gold rally on Nov 14 may have looked inviting to Gold bugs, but may be attributed to profit taking!
Today’s Pre-Dawn will be dedicated to trendlines and stochastics and I will highlight 4 markets worth a good look (with the charts attached).
Corn is a member of the grass family of plants and is a native grain of the American continents.
The stock index futures had a breakout setup for today. For the eMini Russell futures this resulted in two trade opportunities- one overnight and another for the day session.
Turner’s Take has been out of the grain markets for the most part since we were stopped out of our Nov14/Nov15 bear spread with a small profit.
The Taylor Trading Technique identified today as a Buy day for soybean futures. This gave us a good trade opportunity as the daily up trend resumed.