Trading Today’s Breakout Setup in Soymeal Futures

Trading Today’s Breakout Setup in Soymeal Futures

The Taylor Trading Technique relies on using a session’s predominant direction of movement to anticipate a market’s likely direction for the following session. If a session doesn’t show a clear direction and / or if it shows a contraction in trading range, we look for a breakout move in the following session. That’s what soymeal futures showed this morning.

10/15  Pre-Dawn UpdateUsing the Taylor Trading Technique and Fibonacci to Trade Soybean Futures6/25 Pre-Dawn Update

6/25 Pre-Dawn Update

This is a sample entry from Brian Cullen’s email newsletter, The Cullen Outlook.   Good Morning- It is good to be back! I hope everyone had a great week! I am getting back in the groove with the markets after 5 trading days away, but there are a few markets that have my attention, so let’s… Read More.

6/6 Pre-Dawn Update

6/6 Pre-Dawn Update

Good Morning— Happy Friday. I hope everyone had a great week, lets finish it up on a high note and get involved in the weekend. We have a few positions on and there are a few that I want to bring to your attention. So lets get crackin’… In the Indices and Financials: With yesterday’s… Read More.

Market Spotlight: Kansas City WheatMarket Spotlight: CanolaTurner’s Take – Corn, Soybean & Crude OilThis Week in Grain – 2/10-2/14 (WASDE Wrap!)

This Week in Grain – 2/10-2/14 (WASDE Wrap!)

The USDA released their February WASDE report this morning (February 10). The February report is not normally a big market mover and the report followed suit as there were a few surprises, but not enough to get the corn, soybeans or wheat markets above resistance levels or below support levels…yet.

TWIG Note – Hedging the Corn Basis Rally