Sugar sinks to near term lows. As I mentioned yesterday, I expected to see Sugar get slammed this week. Today we closed at the lowest level since we entered the short trade on 12/04. I think Sugar will continue to drop until the end of the week, at which time I will be getting out. The profits are good right now, so I recommend locking in some sweetness with a stop around the 14.00 level. Good luck and happy trading!These are generally short term trades (1-6 weeks) using the most liquid front
Monday, January 15 Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday in the U.S. Early 12:00 PM CT close.Thursday, January 18 Natural Gas Inventories (EIA) - 9:30 AM CTCrude Oil Inventories (EIA) - 10:00 AM CTFriday, January 19Crude Oil rolls from February (G8) to March...
Three of our original trades are looking good right now.On review of the closing prices Friday and the forecasts today, I can safely say that three of our trades are looking good. Specifically, Wheat took a big hit lately and is moving in our favor. I am expecting a steady decline over the next couple of weeks. Sugar #11 has been hit hard again as I expected. Currently the algos suggest that Sugar will drop hard again next week and then level off. If you were in when I first recommended the
Hogs look ripe for the slaughter.I don't like Lean Hogs right now, so I am going short this trade on Monday's opening. If you are bearish meats, I suggest that you take a look at this one. The other trades stay the same from previously.I will be posting a few more trades soon, but for regular updates and access to the AI forecasts, please subscribe to the TradeView Exchange. See below for more details.Here are market updates on various trades:1) 12/04/17 - Sugar - Enter Short - Exit To Be
Here is a review of the existing trades going into the new year. The new year is as active as ever, and I have updated time ranges for trades entered in December. Some of you did real well on the Sugar trade by using a trailing stop, but I am still bearish on Sugar. See below for more updates on Sugar and other trade recs.I will be posting a few more trades soon, but for regular updates and access to the AI forecasts, please subscribe to the TradeView Exchange. See below for more details.Here
The last trade from November 8th, was exited on Friday the 22nd. Well, it looks like we had a small loss on the Corn trade, but nothing to be discouraged about. Overall, our trades from November 8th, are doing great. We cashed out way ahead and are looking forward to the Wheat trade. Subscribers have been advised to get back into the Yen trade we exited on Friday. The algos are still pointing in our favor. See below for our November 8th, profit summary.I will be posting a few more trades soon,
Hi Everyone. I would like to invite you to my webinar about trading with A.I. (Artificial Intelligence) on December 21. In conjunction with our friends at Top Shelf Traders, I will be presenting a webinar about using A.I. and predictors to trade the market. Not only will this be an intro to the subject, but it will also reveal some of the technology we use behind the scenes at TradeView Exchange. Feel free to join me on Thursday, December 21, for a memorable trading event. To reserve your seat
One of the two last trades from November 8th, is another profitable trade. Our forecast exit date for the Copper trade was December 15th. While we had to ride out a downturn, selling near Friday's close made $437.50 a contract. Not as good as some of the other trades, but I will take it. The only trade left from November 8, is the Corn trade. Right now we will take a loss on it, but the projected exit date is still a few days a way. Let's see how it plays out. All-in-all, we are approximately
Tuesday, December 12 Crop Production - 11:00 AM CTWednesday, December 13 Crude Oil Inventories (EIA) - 9:30 AM CTFOMC Statement - 1:00 PM CTThursday, December 14 Natural Gas Inventories (EIA) - 9:30 AM CTFriday, December 15 Crude Oil Rolls from January...