What has worked and what hasn't in 2013.
Light long exposure in any of the Ags is acceptable but be hedged for flexibility in case of a surprise.
By using seasonal patterns, traders can anticipate future price movement based on historical data.
The yellow metal continues to glitter while other asset classes suffer.
I am getting creative with lean hogs and taking a long-term bullish view on sugar.
I am not calling for a bull market in the greenback, but it has been trading sideways for the last six weeks.  
Two trading ideas that capitalize on recent trends.
In recent months, we have seen much more movement in gasoline and heating oil than is typical.
Here’s a roundup of all the recent stumbles -- and whether they seem likely to reverse course.
Your first order of business is to understand the downside risk.

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There have been no reversal indications aka sell triggers in the SPX against the cycles I was watching. The b...
If you want to make a point about the current action in the FANG stocks you completely undermine any credibili...
Thanks for vote of confidence, but I'm not the market. I just wanted to point out...while you could be right ...
You are brilliant.


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