31 Jan

Mike Seery Video Talks Bond Yields For CME

in 10 year notes, 5 year notes, Blog, Bonds

Mike Seery discusses Bond Yields for CME

30 Jan

9AM CT-- Mike Seery Speaking About Commodities On Bloomberg Business Television

in Blog, Taliking About Commodities

I will be doing a segment on the commodity markets at 9:00am central time on Bloomberg Business television tomorrow morning. If you want to talk about the markets please give me a call at 800-615-7649

30 Jan

Commodities Lower Amid Strong Dollar: Charts & Closing Quotes Included

in commodities, copper, corn, gas, gold, heating oil, News, oil, platinum, silver, soybeans, wheat

                          The Seery Futures & Options Report    1-30-12

30 Jan

Crude Oil Futures Lower on Profit Taking & Strong Dollar

in Blog, crude oil futures, heating oil futures. unleaded gasoline futures

Crude oil futures for March delivery were lower by around 80 cents today to close around 98.80 a barrel. The stronger dollar was to blame for the weakness in most commodities today. Heating oil futures were also lower by 2 cents to close around 3.05 a gallon; with winter winding down heating oil could see some weakness in the near future. Unleaded gasoline futures were down by 5 cents to close at 2.87 a gallon reversing most of Friday’s gains.

30 Jan

Grain Market Sells Off On Dollar Rise

in Blog, corn, Euro currency, soybeans, wheat

Grain Futures—Soybean futures were down hard from the opening bell to finish lower by 34 cents to close at 11.85. This market is still trading in a dollar range from 11.50-12.50 a bushel and looks to re- test the recent lows. Corn futures fell in sympathy with beans to finish lower by 10 cents to close around 6.32 a bushel. Wheat futures closed weaker as well to close down 5 cents at 6.44 a bushel. The weaker Euro currency and better growing conditions down South put pressure on these markets today.

30 Jan

Metals Down On Profit Taking

in Blog, copper, gold, platinum, silver

Very quiet day in the metals today with gold finishing down only 2 dollars to close around 1,730 an ounce. Silver rallied from early lows to finish down by 33 cents to close around 33.46 an ounce. Copper futures which have a had a nice rally in recent weeks pulled back by 630 points to close at 3.83. Platinum futures were also lower by 7 dollars .I still believe that these markets are going higher propelled by a lower dollar in the coming months.

30 Jan

1-31 Reports & Expirations

in Blog, commodity reports, expirations
USDA agriculture prices for period ending Jan 1 14:00
American Petroleum Institute's US oil statistics for week ended Jan 27 3:30
US American Iron and Steel Institute's steel production report for period ended Jan 27 10:30
USDA weekly weather-crop summary for period ended Jan 29 11:00
30 Jan

Short Term Bonds Yields Hit All-Time Low

in 10 year notes, 5 year notes, Blog

The 5 year note yield is at 0.73% which stands at a new low in yield. The futures contract is up again continuing to make contract highs once again. The 10 year yield is at 1.83% which also stands at a new low yield as well as the March futures contract making contract highs.The Fed came out last week and stated that rates will not go higher for at least 2 more years and that is the reason for renewed buying interest.

30 Jan

Cattle Herd Lowest Since 1952

in Blog, cattle futures, feeder cattle, hogs

It was announced over the weekend that the cattle herd is the lowest since 1952 which is why feeder cattle continues to hit all time highs nearly every single day. Look also at cattle and hogs prices climbing at the stores due to low supplies. Also the human population is much higher than in 1952 which could put meat prices even much higher.The bull markets in most markets are coming back and I think will continue, however you do get down days due to Europe such as today.

30 Jan

Profit Taking In Metals Due To Euro Weakness

in Blog, Euro currency, gold, grains, metls, silver

Profit taking early on Monday morning across the board is blame don Euro currency weakness and U.S Dollar strength.Gold futures are lower by 8 dollars and silver futures are lower by 50 cents. If you have been looking to enter these markets on a dip this could be a good time to get long. The stock market is down by 90 points which in my opinion is just a retracement and should be bought because this is a bull market with valuations still pretty cheap. The soybeans are down 13 cents with corn and wheat also down about 6 cents each.

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