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04 May

Wild Trading Session In Grain Market Today

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 Grain Futures—The grain market had a wild trading session in Chicago today with the July soybeans rallying 4 cents on the day and rallying 20 cents from the lows of the trading session showing you that there is demand when prices decline even a small amount. July corn futures rallied over 20 cents from session lows at one time to settle up around 5 cents settling near 6.19 a bushel on heavy volume.

04 May

Live Cattle Lower; Lean Hog Prices Get Crushed Again

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Meat Futures--- Live cattle futures are lower by 20 points currently trading at 115.65 a pound while feeder cattle prices are higher by 80 points adding to yesterday large gains.

04 May

How Low Are Cotton Prices Going?

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 Cotton Futures—Cotton futures sold off once again today by another 80 points to trade around 85.70 which is another contract low with traders are looking ahead to the May 10th crop reports which will give these markets short term price direction while cotton futures had one of their quietest trading sessions in recent memory today, however with the summer month’s right ahead I see intense volatility coming very soo

04 May

When Do You Enter A Trade? Look At The Crude Oil & Unleaded Gas Charts

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When Do You Enter A Trade  What are your rules to initiate a trade on the long or short side of the commodity market? I have been asked this question many times throughout my career and my answer is simply to buy on a 20-25 day high breakout in price on a closing basis only or sell on a 20-25 day low breakout to the downside also on a closing basis.

04 May

How Low Are Coffee Prices Going?

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 Coffee Futures—Coffee futures today sold off another 100 points to close around 174.75 which are testing the contract low of 174.10 which looks very vulnerable at this point with many sell stops below that level which could propel prices down to the 150-160 range pretty quickly.

04 May

Sugar Prices Higher For A Change

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 Sugar Futures—Sugar futures are rallying this morning by 15 points to currently trade at 20.83 blamed on short covering but prices continue to grind lower and it was one year ago in early 2011 when sugar prices hit a low of 20.40 and if we break that level you are looking to go down into 18 – 19 range in sugar prices pretty quickly in my opinion.

04 May

Cocoa Prices Lower By 25 Points Today

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 Cocoa Futures-- Cocoa futures are trading down 22 points to trade around 2280 in the July contract continuing its choppy direction. Many of the commodity markets were lower today on concerns of an economic slowdown, due to a negative unemployment report that came out this morning.

04 May

S&P Tumbles On Unemployment Report

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Stock Futures--- The stock market this morning are sharply lower across the board due to    the fact of the monthly unemployment report which was bearish adding 115, 000 new jo bs however 175, 000 new jobs were expected and is pushing the S&P 500 down 18.00 points currently trading at 1368.50 while the Dow Jones industrial average is down 150 points breaking 13,000 mark in the Jun

04 May

Grain Market Lower Across The Board

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 Grain Futures--- The grain futures this morning are trading mixed with soybeans for the July contract up 1 cent to close at 1474 while wheat futures which have been pummelled this week right near contract lows once again an extremely choppy trade is higher by 1 cent currently at 6.13 in the July contract due to the heaviest supply since 1986 when prices went all the way down to 2.40 a bushel however I do not see prices going down to

04 May

Orange Juice Futures Down 5th Day In A Row

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 Orange Juice Futures-- Orange juice prices are lower for the 5th consecutive trading session in an absolute bloodbath this week in prices closing down another 200 points to a new fresh two year low at 125.00 right at major support which might hold in the short term due to extreme oversold conditions, however this market is a falling knife and continues to hit contract lows on a daily basis due to lack of demand and a huge supply coming into th

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