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A futures contract is a legally binding, perishable security. Accordingly, each has a distinct expiration date on which the contract’s terms are settled. When the contract expires, it ceases to be tradable on the open market. The concept of expiration makes futures contracts finite instruments. If you’re trading shares or currencies, then there are no… Read more.
Stopped out of the Corn position for a profit and the Soybean Oil position for a loss.
Trailed the stop loss on the Corn position to lock in profit. Working a new order to sell the soybean oil futures contract.
Stopped out of the Euro FX position for a profit. Stopped out of the Corn position on the crop report for a loss. However, re-entered the position on the rally that followed.