What Happened To The Sugar Market ?

11 Aug in Blog, coffee futures, commodity trading, cotton futures, futures trading, Mike Seery, orange juice futures, seeryfutures, sugar futures

Sugar Futures--- Sugar futures in the October contract have now traded lower for the 9th consecutive trading session as I was recommending a bullish position with the combined average price of around 14.25 getting stopped out earlier in the week around the 13.72 level as this market has completely fallen out of bed & is now currently trading at 13.20 after settling last Friday in New York at 14.14 as that is why you must have an exit strategy because cl

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