01 Mar

Lumber Prices Climb Near Contract Highs

in Blog, lumber

Lumber futures for May delivery are retesting contract highs on renewed bullishness in stocks and the economy moving forward closing higher by 800 points to close around 282.70 per board feet and just shy of contract highs around 282.20 which serves as the next resistance.

01 Mar

Have Coffee Prices Bottomed?

in Blog, coffee

Coffee futures for May delivery were higher by 85 points to close around 204.10 a pound in light trading in New York today. Coffee is still near its contract low of around 198.70 and if those prices can hold a low might be in place. If the rest of the agricultural commodities continue to climb higher I would believe that would be supportive for coffee prices especially heading into frost season which starts in May.

01 Mar

Can You Protect Yourself Against A Falling Dollar?

in Blog, commodities and the dollar

   Investing in stocks and commodities can be a wise idea to grow your portfolio over the course of time, however there can be tumultuous times that can have your portfolio decline dramatically as in the case of the financial collapse of 2008. Those times are over and the S&P is right near its old highs and the Nasdaq composite is at 11 year highs and the commodity markets have rallied tremendously in the last couple of years.

01 Mar

Cotton Prices Testing Recent Lows

in Blog, cotton, grains

Cotton futures for May delivery were lower by 43 points to close at 90.01 a bale in a lack luster trading session. Cotton is retesting recent lows of around 89 with contract lows of 84.20 which would be the next support. In my opinion cotton prices could head higher going into spring and summer due to more planting of corn and beans, because farmers will make more money planting grains rather than cotton.

01 Mar

How High Will Feeder Cattle Prices Go?

in Blog, feeder cattle, lean hogs, live cattle

Feeder cattle futures for the May delivery skyrocketing to new all-time highs once again closing higher by 130 points to close around 163.20 a pound while live cattle futures for April delivery rose 130 points to close around 131.10 just below contract highs. Lean hogs reversed early losses to finish higher by 80 points to settle around 90.27 and still looking to break out above resistance which is at 90.90 which happened last week.

01 Mar

The 5 Common Mistakes Of Commodity Trading

in Blog, commodity rules

  5 Common Mistakes Of Commodity Trading—I will start with the number 1 answer first because if you follow this rule you will have a chance of being successful over the course of time, if you don’t follow this rule you will be sure to lose your money quickly. This rule is simple Do Not OVERTRADE EVER for this is an easy way to lose all your capital quickly.

01 Mar

Unleaded Gasoline Hits Contract Highs Again

in Blog, crude oil, heating oil, natural gas, umleaded gasoline

The energies exploded to the upside today with unleaded gasoline rocketing higher 900 points to close at fresh contract highs at 3.35 a gallon while heating oil futures for April delivery also finished higher by 650 points to close around 3.27 a gallon. Crude oil rose by $1.60 to close around 109.10 a barrel in heavy volume in New York today.

01 Mar

How High Can Soybean Prices Go?

in Blog, corn, oats, rough rice, soybeans, wheat

A quiet trading day for the grains with corn futures down 4 cents to close around 6.54 a bushel and still  unable to break out above strong resistance at 6.60 a bushel. Wheat futures were down only 4 cents at 6.64 a bushel while the soybeans continue to grind higher finishing up only 2 cents to close around 13.22 a bushel in a very light trading session.

01 Mar

Was Yesterday's Sell Off A Buying Opportunity in Silver & Gold?

in Blog, copper, gold, platinum, silver

Yesterday was a complete disaster with gold down around $100 dollars and silver prices down almost $3 dollars in very heavy volume which tells me that all the weak longs or the people who just entered the market in the last couple of days were forced out of the market with heavy losses.

29 Feb

Watch Mike Seery Video On Grains & Meats

in Blog, grains, meats

Click on the link below to watch Michael Seery talk about the cattle , hogs, and where he thinks grain prices are headed, if you have any questions please call me at 800-615-7649


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