Monthly Archives: December 2009

Crude oil, grains, and metals higher on the day

With the weekend activity spurring some fear about new mid-east issues, crude oil continued its bounce back up towards the 80 dollar level. Two factors

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Grains bounce higher in Holiday trade

Soybeans, wheat and corn are all higher, mostly trading off of the weaker dollar, not to mention the fact that these are thin holiday markets.Jan

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Another Holiday Week, Small Craft Warning

Another short 4 day week ahead of us here in the US. The calender is pretty empty.At this time of the year, my advice continues

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New Website Starting Dec 29th

On December 29th, I will be launching my new website, CERTRADERVOX.COM
There will be a link on that site to this blog for simplicity.
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A quick recap, Stocks move to fresh 14 month high settlements

SP500 cash moved to a new 14 month high today at 1126.48. The Dow cash came within 25 points of a new 14 month high

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I removed the ads

To my valued readers, I have decided to eliminate the ads on this blog. So far this has been a giant experiment to see what

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Metals rally, Dollar breaks, and Crude Oil comes 1/2 way back.

The dollar index is retreating from it 3 month high on Tuesday when the index moved to the 78.54 level. Today’s low at 77.50 is

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Grains Rest as Dollar retreats

So far today, we have typical choppy holiday trade this Christmas Eve Day session.Wheat is the loser, so far, down 6 cents in WH at

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Christmas Eve Day Trade Stocks edge to new 14 month highs

The stock indexes today are bid, as we had some good econimic news, with jobless claims at 2009 lows, with a rise in durable goods

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Support levels for the metals and crude on the daily charts

With the recent rally in the dollar index, we have been on a quest to find the floor in the metals and crude oil.Here are

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