Commodities

In looking at the Dogs of the World, I like this trade.

Charting Some Key Commodities Real Money Pro($)

Gold, crude oil and copper deserve closer looks.
These are the make-or-break levels for this once-thriving industry.
It may be good idea to ratchet up metals stops here.
But if you're not in, it's better to wait for a pullback.
Here are my reasons for adding to my position.
Forget the talk of deflation, the exact opposite may just be happening.

Oil Shorts Take a Huge Risk Real Money Pro($)

That's what the charts are telling us. 
It's all about carry trades, free cash and contango.
Avoid getting squeezed, or cut by a falling knife.

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