Many commodity markets appear to be vulnerable to corrective action, despite the fact that the dollar is showing signs of weakening and providing support from an export perspective. Favorable weather, a historically strong start…
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With US scheduled data into the end of March/end of quarter coming in positive and the trade facing the March nonfarm payroll report at the end of this week, it is possible that US economic expectations will be improved and markets like Treasuries, equities, copper, silver, platinum and palladium will resume the trends in place from the end of February. However, physical commodities…
On many occasions, the first Friday of the month is a good day for trade setups, especially breakouts, as the significance of the labor market causes traders to stay out of trades before the release, which in turn causes a sudden jump in trading interest and concurrent large directional moves afterward. This week, however, saw… Read more.
There is a trade opportunity based on a trend line breakout today in the Silver futures market. Looking to trade the mini contract for reduced risk and margin.
The most important developments of last week were 1) indications that world oil producers were poised to extend production cuts (or even expand them if it becomes necessary to reduce global oil stocks to five year average levels) and 2) percolating fears of bird flu in Asia.
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We are not sure if the signals being thrown by Treasuries this week are a sign of a longer term change or if we are “putting the cart before the horse.”
The “talking heads” and “talking fund managers” are suggesting that the rally in commodities is done, unjustified and poised to be reversed.