Monthly Archives: November 2009

Sorry for the typo’s and mis-spellings

Wow, its 2 am, and I just finished re-spell checking and editing a lot of my first 100 or so posts. I didn’t realize that

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A note of thanks to my current subscribers and future readers

Just a quick note of thanks to my current subscribers. I began this blog about six weeks ago. I started keeping track of

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Gold Settles at New Record High To Round Out the Week

Today we had an impressive settlement, as Gold fought off earlier weakness to settle at 1,115.20, a new all-time high settlement. For the day we

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Morning Seeing Red

All the contracts I look at are in the red this morning, except for the lone bull, Jan Beans. These beans look bound and determined

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Its All Relative At These Higher Prices

I listened yesterday to the radio after the close. By accident I happened to listen to the nightly business report and just noticed how inherently

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Thursday Ended Better Than Expected

Both the DJZ and SPZ stock indexes rallied back after sharply lower moves. At one point the Dow Futures were close to 150 points lower

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Markets Rebound Slightly From Earlier Losses

Its 1243 CST and this is my afternoon update.
We have seen bounces back from our earlier lows in the grains as well as the

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Importance of the 50 percent retracement

A quick update about the importance of the 50 percent retracement. Its simple, easy to remember and it works on long term moves as well

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Can AnyOne Say “Short Term Correction” ?

It seems that we have some profit taking across the board. After ten to twelve straight days of rally, we were overdue for a pullback.

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Grains Can Not Hold On To Early Gains

The Grains could not hold on to early gains. The Wheat finally ran out of buyers at a new high of 583 1/2, then promptly

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