1250 in SPZ and 12,000 in Dow Futures Dec are good targets to exit longs and to use as a benchmark to initiate sales on a stop basis. In other words, if we rally above them, great. But if we trade substantially below them, use that move as an opportunity to fade bulls who came to the party too late. Its a counter trend strategy. Make sure you keep your stops reasonable when initiating a trade around these levels.
That is all. Its Wed, Nov 30 at 9:55 AM CST.
All markets took off over night courtesy of the ECB banks. They added liquidity by printing money around the world. I WOULD NOT WANT TO BE SHORT. REPEAT…I WOULD NOT WANT TO BE SHORT. The game has changed. Its a risk on trade.
Furthermore, the funds are net short beans and net short wheat… The commercial funds bought it because they needed it. The index funds bought it and they don’t typically trade. They buy and hold. My point is, there is no one left to sell it to the shorts. If you are short, you are going to feel pain. My advise is […]
This recent break has been bought by commercials and Index funds. Commitment of traders shows that spec funds and small traders have blown out of their longs.
I’d use this as an indication to re iterate what I wrote yesterday.
The big money is worried about food shortages.
Any weather issues this year could tighten supply and send prices back to their recent highs.
Food For Thought on a Tuesday Morning.
Grains are over sold. Last Friday seemed like a throw in the towel bail out of the longs.
Buy some cheap march calls in corn wheat and beans. Beans should lead the way if we get a weather issue in South America.
In the Dow, we’ve had a 38% bounce. Last Friday’s low at 11,129 marked a 1,075 point, 8 day puke fest lower.
Half way back at 11,666 should be a good sale. Be a cautious buyer at 11,500 level looking to sell and flop at 11,666 or 11,800.
That’s all for now. I really like buying grains here on this break. Especially beans […]
Watching the wires today you can tell its a slow news day. So What that the Dow is down 315 pts.. Where have these people been hiding for the past 14 months??? How about some flipping perspective for a change instead of fear mongering?
November 14th, just 6 days ago we were at 12,203. Today’s low?? 11,420 so far.. Its’ still only 1 PM. In an hour when the bonds close, we’ll probably flush another 200 pts.
ON a chart we have had a 1,000 point trading range since August. A low down at 10,329 met by a high at the 12,232 level… 11,281 […]
Please read yesterday’s entry as a reference for this one.
Today as of this writing… Gold? down 55.70 at 17.18….
Corn? Down 28 1/4 at 614. Wheat? traded down below the 6.00 target and is sitting -24 cents at 592 1/2.
Jan beans traded down to 11.62 and settled at 1168, down 19 1/2 cents.
Probably over done, but you never know.
Looks like exports were bad. Japan bought corn from the FSU yesterday b/c its 20 bucks a ton cheaper than our corn thanks to our stronger dollar. Some previous sales were canceled to the toon of 17M bushels. People suspect its China cancelling […]
Dec Gold could drop back down to 1695 and still be a good buy. Believe it or not, there’s 80 bucks of air under this contract. We are lounging between 1800 and 1750, content to have those round number targets contain us. World wide events, be it 1) Europe or 2) Mid East Tensions will be the catalyst for the next move.
I remain friendly gold, based on the up move 11 trading sessions ago when we moved above 1736 on November 3.
Grains? Dec 11 Corn moved back to the middle of its one month 30 cent trading range. Ugh 🙁 Dec Wheat […]
For the past week or so, I’ve been friendly gold, based on technicals only. Currently we are at our highs close to 1790. I suggested buying at the 1750 level b/c it was the trend line intersection yesterday. I think gold wants to go challenge its recent high. That flush down to 1168 spooked alot of weak longs out of the market.
Going home over the weekend, where are we as I write this?
Dec Dow futures have bounced back to the 12,144 level. There is a wall here between 12,144 and 12,228. I suspect we’ll continue to trade the recent crazy volatility. I find […]