GPAM 2017 YTD 1.68% February -0.27%

William ReavisAsset Management, Energy, General Commentary, Grains, Precious Metals

GPAM 2017 YTD 1.68% February -0.27% PAST PERFORMANCE IS NOT INDICATIVE OF FUTURE RESULTS. The above presentation is for informational and comparative purposes only. It is intended only for use by those who are knowledgeable about such comparisons. The index or indices selected to generate the above comparison is/are not available as directly investible product(s). Generally, no individual can purchase …

Livestock Report

Ben DiCostanzoGeneral Commentary, Livestock

Live Cattle April Live Cattle resumed its uptrend after a one day pause on Tuesday, March 21, 2017, making a new high (120.075,) after an early breakdown in price failed to take out Monday’s low at 118.45, reaching 118.50. The recovery took price to the high of the day and then Live Cattle consolidated and ended the session just below …

Currency comment 3/21

Steve CaldwellGeneral Commentary

The dollar fell while the pound and Euro rallied in Tuesday FX trading.  The prime cause of the Euro rally was the very good showing in the French election debate by candidate Marcron against LePen.  Investors are fearful that a victory by LePen would further erode the structure of the EU. U.S. economic news continues to take a back seat …

Livestock Report

Ben DiCostanzoGeneral Commentary

Live Cattle April Live Cattle stalled on Monday, March 20, 2017, failing to make a new high and trading down to test trendline support at 118.20, making the day’s low just above it at 118.45. Breaking down below trendline support could close the gap from the March 15 high (118.075) and the March 16 low (118.20). Support is at 117.825 …

Windy City Jim

Windy City Jim – Daily Trade Recommendations (3.21.2017)

Jim WaltersGeneral Commentary, Grains, Livestock, Precious Metals

Futures Day Trading Signals (Thursday March 21st, 2017) Author: Windy City Jim  312-948-9456 NEVER RISK MORE THAN YOU CAN AFFORD TO LOSE. CALL FOR RECOMMENDATIONS ON PROTECTIVE STOPS. SEE FULL DISCLAIM ON FUTURES TRADING AT THE BOTTOM. WE ONLY ENTER THE MARKET IF THE PRICE HITS THE BUY OR SELL POINT BUY SIGNAL Commodity : May Soybeans Previous Closing Price : 999 1/2 …

Currency comment 3/20

Steve CaldwellGeneral Commentary

The currency market was very quiet on Monday. The largest move was in the British pound as PM May stated that she would trigger Article 50 to begin the process of leaving the EU on March 29th. The news Monday was dominated by Washington politics. The FBI director testifying on the recent election and the Russians, hearings on the new candidate …

What is coming next, commodities where to be?

Dennis EichGeneral Commentary

What I have been sending out is very controversial, it upsets many.   My daughter doesn’t want anymore of my e-mails.  My brother believes  what I sent out are just conspiracies, without proof.  Many of my friends just delete these e-mails.   But what I believe, and doing this for so many years, the opportunity coming in commodities, done the …

Absolute Momentum Strategy – Weekly Snapshot

William ReavisAsset Management, Energy, General Commentary, Grains, Precious Metals

Below is a snapshot of open trade positions in the Absolute Momentum Strategy investment. The total open trade equity in the portfolio inclusive of fees and commissions as of the close of trading on Friday, March 17th, 2017 = $895.90 LAST WEEK IN TRADING Long Term Commodity Trader Long May Cotton was entered at 79.13 on 3/2/17. Net Profit/ Loss is …

Livestock Levels

Ben DiCostanzoGeneral Commentary, Livestock

Live Cattle April Live Cattle gap opened higher on Thursday March 16, 2017 and except for one minor attempt to close the gap (during the first hour of trading) never looked back. It took out trendline resistance (118.70) and the March 1st high at 118.95, making a new high for the move at 119.50. Live Cattle has the January 20 …

Currency comment 3/16

Steve CaldwellGeneral Commentary

A quiet session Thursday in currencies after the fireworks we saw after the Fed interest rate increase on Wednesday.  The dollar a little lower, foreign currencies a little higher.  The bond market was soft.  Trading volume was moderate. Now that the question of rate increases has been answered for the time being, traders will look to economic reports in the …