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March 2017 Modern Trader COT Column
This post was written by Erik Norland of the CME Group. It seemed especially fitting ahead of Sunday’s French Presidential election. Read more →
The British Pound was trading at more than $1.47 to the Dollar just one year ago. The Brexit vote last June and the British Pound “Flash Crash” in October combined to drive the Pound to its lowest level against the Dollar in more than 30 years. The one thing that both of these events had in common was commercial traders… Read more →
The Collapse of the Left By George Friedman and Jacob L. Shapiro April 24, 2017 Read more →
The coffee futures market has survived the most recent bout of seasonal weakness only to find itself left to rest on long-term technical support. However, the consistent selling by speculators throughout the early part of this year suggests that near-term strength could be volatile because coffee roasters are providing support on the buy side as they lock in their necessary… Read more →
The interest rate rally over the last month has been fairly anemic considering the record long position the commercial traders carried into this year. We’ll look at the 10-year Treasury Note futures on a daily and weekly scale along with Commitment of Traders (COT) report. We track the commercial and speculative categories of the COT report. Our research has shown… Read more →
World Agriculture Board supply and Demand Estimates 04/11/2017. Read more →
This walk through our Discretionary COT Signals for March 29th provides interest rate, forex, and energy examples of how we use the Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s (CFTC) weekly Commitments of Traders (COT) report to swing trade the commodity markets on a daily basis. We’ll make this short on text and long on practical examples. Read more →
Equities could face event-risk turbulence as Congress attempts to legislate eagerly-awaited tax reforms, infrastructure spending and debt ceiling. Video by Blu Putnam, Chief economist, CME Group. Watch Video at CME Group Read more →
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