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AgMaster 11-27-19

JAN BEANS Trade uncertainty, benevolent weather conditions for South America & general“holiday chop” have all contributed to a general malaise in the bean mkt – […]

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3 Benefits Of Futures Spread Trading

Futures spread trading is a unique discipline that offers many benefits to practitioners. Featuring reduced margin requirements, extensive strategic applications, and limited exposure to systemic risk, spread trading is viewed by many traders as a premier financial strategy. Limited Systemic Risk Exposure Aside from being a catch-all term, risk comes in a variety of forms.… Read more.

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Are Cocoa Prices Going Higher ?

Cocoa Futures—Cocoa futures in the March contract is sharply higher this Tuesday afternoon in New York up 66 points at 2664 as I am not involved, but I am certainly not recommending any type of bearish position as that would be counter-trend trading. If you are long a futures contract I would place the stop loss under yesterday’s low of…

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Andy Daniels’ Thoughts on Rice: Crop Production and Consumption

USDA has been given a lot of grief lately about various reports and rice hasn’t been left off the list regarding questionable numbers. The difference with rice is twofold; not only is production overstated, but the demand estimates have been artificially lowered due to insufficient supplies. The production side of the equation is generated by…

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Mike Seery’s Daily Commodity Comments For 11-25-19

S&P 500 Futures—The S&P 500 in the December contract is trading higher by 12 points at 3124 continuing its bullish momentum as this is a shortened holiday trading week due to the Thanksgiving holiday which generally averages a 0.6% gain to the upside as I think that situation is going to occur once again. I have been recommending a bullish…

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Turner’s Take | CBOT Starts Thanksgiving Week Stronger

The markets are higher today as more snow is forecast in the central US and that will further delay corn harvest.  Farmer sales also tend to slow down during the week of Thanksgiving and that can be supportive too.  Andy Daniels, the founder of Daniels Trading, has an opinion about rice today

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3 Advantages To E-Mini Trading

The lineup of E-mini futures listed on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) offers something for everyone. No matter whether your specialty is stocks, energies, or currencies, there’s an E-mini product that is right up your alley. Driven by unparalleled flexibility, a diverse array of trading options, and limited risk exposure, the popularity of E-mini trading… Read more.

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Trade Spotlight: Futures – Weekly Summary: Chicago Wheat, Live Cattle

The Trade Spotlight entered into a long Chicago Wheat position and is working a short Live Cattle order.

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Do You Over Trade Your Account

TRADING THEORY–– If you follow this rule you will have a chance of being successful over the course of time, if you don’t follow this rule you will be sure to lose your money quickly. This rule is simple Do Not OVERTRADE EVER for this is an easy way to lose all your capital quickly. My definition of over trading…

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Turner’s Take | Funds Reducing Soybean Length

Export sales were above the average estimates and towards the top of the ranges.  US corn is well priced at these levels as are soybeans.  Corn is competitive with the Black Sea and South America will be out of the export game for the next few months.   US Soybeans are now about 30 cents under Brazil for December and 10 under for January.  Support for Jan Soybean is $9.00 and then $8.90.  A break below $8.90 could cause the funds to go from net long to net short.  I personally don’t see the funds getting net short unless the Phase One trade deal completely falls apart.

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