The January WTI vs Brent Crude oil trade I have been holding finally broke out of the short term channel I highlighted on our last update.
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The Long March Beans vs Short March Wheat spread position we have been holding @ 4.10 has reached the allotted risk level designated when the trade was written up @ 3.80
Today I released two Snap Shot ideas. The First idea was in the E-Mini S&P and the second idea was in the Euro market. With-in the Snap Shot you will see the entry setup and risk zones associated with the trades. These 2 positions were able to capture small gains in each market totaling a profit +$650 before fees.
Look at the breakdown in heating oil today! We are hitting on 15 year low prices in this spread relationship. Our position is really moving in our direction. At the time of this update the spread position traded last @ -.1332 (+$1898 before fees.) I wanted to provide an update on our position and see where we may go from here.
This video will cover highlights from the EIA’s December 2015 Short-Term Energy Outlook.
I wanted to give an update on the basket of spreads we are holding from our Market Action Alerts. Overall we are looking good on the positions. Below you will see updated charts showing the spread entry, risk and price action. If you have any questions on these trades, please feel free to reach out to me. Stay tuned for more spread opportunities in the future.
I wanted to provide an update on the Feb/June Live Cattle Spread we are holding.
As mentioned yesterday there are several spreads I am watching to start the month of December. The next spread I like is a longer term play in the feeder cattle market.
With WTI Jan Crude oil failing to hit $50, November 2nd at $49.23 and November 3rd at $49.18, that rejection has created a steady descent, following the over downward trend of WTI Crude.
For the last 2 weeks, the WTI crude market has been making another run lower. Looking at the January contract, WTI attempted to hit the $50 barrel mark and fell short, only reaching $49.23.