This is a sample entry from Drew Rathgeber’s newsletter, The Rath Overlay.
What is a bull pennant? The bullish pennant formation is found within the uptrend of a futures contract.
When you look at the corn supply from the March 1 stocks report and the estimates for the April WASDE, the market will gain confidence ending stocks will be around 1.400 billion bushels, give or take 100 million.
Do we have a bounce set up in the Kansas City Wheat contract?
Sometimes, when I am looking at a market technically, checking out contracts alone can be a bit blinding. The big moves, exaggerated by high frequency trading and speculative froth can be a bit misleading.
The week of anticipation is behind us! By Monday, we will have a better impression of what the market will be dealing with as far as supply is concerned for the short term (grain stocks) and the long term (planted acres).
There’s a saying about trading that says that the trades that scare you are often the very trades you should take. The stock index futures had a Taylor Trading Technique Buy day signal for today.
June 30 year T-BONDS: We are approaching a 4th attempt at 134’00
This is a weekly recap on the Precious Metals sector, specifically the Gold, Silver, Palladium and Platinum markets.
Contrarian play in the Cotton market?