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Trade Spotlight: Futures – Weekly Summary: KC Wheat, Cattle, S&P

Stopped out of both the Live Cattle and the E-mini S&P contracts for a profit. Entered into a short Kansas City Wheat contract.

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Turner’s Take Podcast | 2021 Corn Outlook

Corn is adequate on the balance sheet but cash, basis, futures and spreads all say stocks are tight. We think corn has more upside this year.

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How Do You Trade Commodities Online?

For many professional traders, commodity futures are the crème de la crème of the financial markets. Featuring robust liquidity and consistent volatility, metals, energies, and agricultural products provide participants with many profitable opportunities. If you’re interested in learning how to trade commodities from a confident, competent perspective, then read on. We’ll cover three steps essential… Read more.

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Learn How to Day Trade

For most professions, on-the-job training (OJT) is a key part of the developmental process. Although this is certainly true for futures day traders, OJT can be expensive. Whether paying to attend seminars or losing money via trial and error, expanding your knowledge base in the live market is typically capital-intensive. However, there are ways of… Read more.

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Trade Spotlight: Futures – Weekly Summary: Cattle, S&P

Trailed the stop loss lower on the LIve Cattle position to potentially lock in profit. Working a day trade in the E-mini S&P market.

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Turner’s Take Podcast | 2021 Soybean Outlook

New crop soybeans are tight and without an expansion of 7mm acres soybeans could be tight next year too!

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Understanding Chart Patterns Trading vs. Indicators

Chart patterns trading is often equated to buying and selling at the direction of technical indicators. However, although chart patterns are considered to be technical tools, they differ in many ways from indicators. If you’re in the process of becoming a market technician, then it’s important to understand the functionality, pros, and cons of both… Read more.

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How to Make Money Trading Gold

For more than 5,000 years, gold has been a mode of exchange, an artistic medium, and a store of wealth. Although the yellow metal’s primary functions have evolved over time, one thing is for sure: Gold has never been worthless. In contemporary finance, bullion remains a coveted asset. However, the way that gold is bought… Read more.

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Futures Trading Setups for Quick Targets | Recurring High Probability Trades


This article on Futures Trading Setups is the opinion of Optimus Futures.

There is an abundance of trading setups available–hundreds, all with multiple variations. But not all are easy to identify, not all are frequently recurring, and not all aim for quick and easy targets. In contrast, that is what we’re going to talk about here. Futures trading setups that are easy to identify, that aim for (relatively) quick targets, that recur on a regular basis, and most importantly, that can be considered high-probability trades.

“Quick” Depends on Your Time Frame

The term “quick trade” or “fast trade” can easily sound like a “scalp.” For a scalper, a 10-minute trade may seem like a lifetime (I am exaggerating, of

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Crude Oil Resistance Level Retest Offers Traders Shorting Opportunity

Retesting resistance levels that have recently failed and weakening global oil demand forecasts have set up a short opportunity!

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