Commodities

Intermediate Trade: WEAT Real Money Pro($)

The trade tactic I prefer now for WEAT is the synthetic call.
Shipping company's shares bob back to the surface after falling hard.
The fact that the metal is $75 off recent highs with the GLD ETF still seeing net inflows is confusing.
Any hint of a currency war could be helpful to underpinning gold.
Long-term picture shows 'golden' triggers for the patient and disciplined.
This is a bearishly biased trade in options.
The threat of higher interest rates is causing a vulnerably delicate dollar rally to reverse.
It's still good portfolio insurance; as usual, oil is the front-page story in commodities.
Physical buying has slowed, but the ETF buying has continued to rise.
Aside from oil, this is a good time to sit tight, watching for easy pickings. 

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