Andrew Pawielski (from Market Dimensions Advisory) and I have collaborated for a brand new newsletter focusing on seasonal future spreads. It is called The Seasonal Spread Trader. Feel free to sign up for this piping hot new product that is just getting started. Below is trade #4 so it’s not too late, let’s go!
Spread Idea: CRUDE OIL January vs March
Seasonal Window: August 2nd 2019 to December 19th 2019
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Trades: SELL January & BUY March
SELL January – BUY March
- Sell #1 @ 0.45 cents
- Sell #2 @ 0.55 cents
- Risk: 0.70 cents (25 cents or $250) or seasonal window
- Target 1: 0.15 cents (30 cents or $300) or hold through seasonal window
- Target 2: -0.30 cents (75 cents or $750) or hold through seasonal window
- Margin: $250 Per contract
- Contract: $10 per cent
Seasonal Algo: Seasonal Window Chart:
Basic Daily Chart:
Daily dt Pro (MDA Tools):
4hr dt Pro (MDA Tools) – Entry:
What else have we been doing? Have a look at the prior 3 trade ideas in RBOB, CORN and NATURAL GAS video by clicking this link
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