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Natural Gas making huge new lows breaking through support, trading at $2.426, (X5) mmBtu, Crude Oil still continues to trade in a channel between $44-$48, currently sitting at $45.21 (X5), just a few cents lower than last Friday.
In last night’s edition of Swing Trader’s Insight I labeled today a (Taylor Trading Technique) Buy day for the EMini S&P futures. The market followed the script this morning, giving us a good trade opportunity.
MRCI September 2015 Trade Review: Dec 15 vs July 16 Soybean Meal This month we will be looking at the MRCI Dec 15 vs July 16 Soybean Meal futures bull spread trade. According to MRCI’s Spread Outlook report “Soymeal consumption is greatest during the cold of winter. Because soymeal can turn rancid, consumers cannot maintain… Read more.
The Gold market has bounced as a result of the US Fed holding off on an interest rate hike.
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This market had a nice run from roughly 31.00 to 33.00 over the past 2 weeks. The market looks to be turning over after fighting with the recent highs of 33.00 the past 4 days.
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.
The Gold market has been driven lower all week as we approach the FMOC next week which has possible signs of a rate hike.
Yesterday’s range contraction and doji bar gave gold futures a breakout setup for Wednesday, yielding a strong downside move this morning.