Soybeans have spiked as much as 15% higher over the last three weeks. So far, the commercial traders’ actions have accurately forecasted this year’s market behavior. In fact, it was commercial processor buying that triggered the discretionary COT buy signal we published for June 28th’s trading. Now that the market has rallied, the commercial balance of power between processors and… Read more →
Commercial traders in the August feeder cattle futures have built up a near record short position ahead of this contract’s typical seasonal weakness. When we combine these factors with the technical picture on the chart below, you’ll see why we’ve already initiated short positions in this market. Read more →
Corn Boiling Down to Two Bit Range Posted on Jun 16, 2017, 06:40 by Dave Toth Read more →
We apologize for the radio silence of late but, we’ve been working on new research that should increase the efficiency of our Commitment of Traders commodity trading program substantially. Furthermore, based on our speculative results over the last six months, we needed to reassess market volatility in the Trump era. We think the October sugar futures are providing a great… Read more →
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March 2017 Modern Trader COT Column
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