I hope everyone is doing well. This is short trading week because the markets and Daniels Trading is closed on Good Friday. I will be out of the office next week for Spring Break with my wife and four children (7 years old, 5, 3, and 1)…PARTY!!!! John Payne and I just put out our… Read more.
This is an inter-commodity spread because it is a spread trade between two different markets. The seasonal window for this spread is from March 22nd to April 13th.
MRCI December 2015 Trade Review: July 2016 Chicago Wheat vs March 2016 Chicago Wheat This month we will be looking at the MRCI July 2016 Wheat vs March 2016 Wheat bear futures spread. According to MRCI’s Spread Outlook report “The new winter wheat crop is in the ground and will be vulnerable throughout winter and… Read more.
I hope every one of you and your families has a great Thanksgiving! The general rule for Thanksgiving week is Monday and Tuesday seem like normal trading days but Wednesday and Friday (half day) get really slow. Usually the only time the markets get very active the before and after Thanksgiving Thursday is if something… Read more.
This month we will be looking at the MRCI March 16 vs Feb 16 Natural Gas bear futures spread. According to MRCI’s Spread Outlook report “The heating season begins November. As temperatures get progressively colder, distributors sell more gas into the retail market. January is historically the coldest month of the year, with supply typically… Read more.
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This month we will be looking at the MRCI April 16 Lean Hogs vs April 16 Live Cattle inter-commodity spread trade. According to MRCI’s Spread Outlook report “A new cold storage season for pork begins November 1, generating a background of demand for hogs, and retail grocers will feature pork over beef for the holidays. … Read more.
MRCI September 2015 Trade Review: Dec 15 vs July 16 Soybean Meal This month we will be looking at the MRCI Dec 15 vs July 16 Soybean Meal futures bull spread trade. According to MRCI’s Spread Outlook report “Soymeal consumption is greatest during the cold of winter. Because soymeal can turn rancid, consumers cannot maintain… Read more.
Nothing about the commodity markets of late have been seasonal. The selling we have seen in crude oil, the stock market, the dollar, heck- even soybeans, has not been seasonal.
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