Monthly Archives: December 2009

End of Year for Stocks, Gold and the Metals

Today’s shortened trading day has seen a little movement in the stock indexes, gold and silver and the crude oil contract. All in all

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Final Day of 2009 Trading

I think I speak for all of us when I say that 2009 is a year we won’t soon forget. Rather than re-hash what we

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Higher Dollar Index give movement in Metals and Crude Oil

Today’s move in the dollar index, while not spectacular, is still bullish. DXY, the cash index, is holding up firmly here at the 78 level.

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Holiday Volatility in the Grains and the power of the large funds

My earlier post mentioned the gap higher in the March corn. Nature hates a vacuum, so that gap was promptly filled today, as CH spiked

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Yesterday’s Dollar Rally had no effect on the beans

Jan Beans look strong, along with march corn, despite the rally in the dollar index up to the 78.00 level. March Wheat took it

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From 6,440 to 10,585 The Mouse That Roared

Just looked at a quick daily chart of the Dow Jones Cash. Last March 2009, we traded to a low at 6,440. Our recent 14

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Metals take a breather, and Crude Slows its advance`

A continuation of the see saw trade between the dollar index, the metals and crude oil is what we are seeing today in these holiday

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Turn-Around-Tuesday Not showing up

Yesterday’s large rally in the grain complex, might have set us up for a bit of a correction today. This phenomenon is known as turn

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Bounce not enough for the Bulls?

Six days ago, the Dow was at 10250, we are currently up around 10550. Six days ago cash S&P was at 1,095 and today

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Bulls or Bears, there is a newsletter for your bent

Depending on you own psychological make up, you are more likely to be bullish or bearish. Its just a fact of life. And newspapers or

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