The target was triggered for the long October 2019 Platinum contract from 862.6 at 889.6 (8/28/19) for a gain of $1.350.
Stopped out of the long December 2019 Cocoa contract from 2216 (8/22/19) at 2196 (8/29/19) for a loss of $200.
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Q: September Corn futures expire on August 30. When do I have to be out of my futures contract? -Mark
A: The First Notice Day was today, August 30. Long futures must be out of the position by the close of August 29 as the delivery period begins on the 30th. However you will notice the volume begins to dry up the week of FND. If the market is heavily long and short positions must liquidate, there could be a potential sell-off. It’s best to try to liquidate or roll your position about five days to FND.
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