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Oil – A Quick Move To The December Lows

Oil – A Quick Move To The December Lows

We continue to play the range bound crude-oil markets.  Now, with potential deal with Iran very close to some resolution, we want to try and get back in. I think the initial reaction will be to the downside, with the market thinking the Iran is promising up to 1- million barrels of production per day.  If there is deal done or not is not really at issue.  The US administration has far too much invested in this process already to walk away without some deal.  But even if they get a deal, it...

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Bean Surprise?

Bean Surprise?

We started off the weeks demand with a weekly export sales report.  Bean sales for future shipment were 505-thousand metric tons, up 4% from the previous week and up 54% from the four week average.  Yet prices moved lower off the release of the report, as China our number one bean buyer, was in for only 128-thousand.   On the surface, the 505 looked friendly to bullish to many, but it only matters what China’s number is because they buy 90% of our exportable soy beans.  China’s purchasing...

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Gap Hunt

Gap Hunt

The expected range-bound market on Tuesday lasted until the last hour of trading. Once the key 4340 level was taken out, sellers dominated into the closing bell. During bearish regimes in the futures markets, traders go on gap hunts. On Tuesday the market closed the opening down-gap fairly quickly and then proceeded to thoroughly obliterate Monday’s “China” gap (Any rally due to news from China should be sold.). The only significant remaining gap in this region is between 4209 and 4221....

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Straddle Monsanto, A Bearish Call

Straddle Monsanto, A Bearish Call

Monsanto Company (NYSE: MON, $112.96) is scheduled to report earnings before the opening bell of Wednesday’s session.  The company is expected to report negative growth, with analysts projecting EPS of $2.93 on $5.58 billion in revenue.  For the same quarter one year ago, Monsanto reported EPS of $3.07 on $5.83 billion in revenue.  MON shares haven’t made investors jolly in 2015 – the stock is down nearly 5.5% on the year.  The stock has traded in 52-week range $105.76-$128.79, having...

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SPX- How To Trade This Volatility

SPX- How To Trade This Volatility

Last Tuesday, our headline was “SPX- Hangover Stage Approaching”  It really wasn’t a tough call to make, and the SPX ended up giving all of the gains it made the week before. We are in a very volatile stage and traders are going “All-In or All Out” at the exact wrong times. The key to making money in this environment is to take advantage of the mistakes traders are making. You have to anticipate these reversals and position your trades accordingly, before the rest even know what is...

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The Importance Of Follow Through -- Be Patient

The Importance Of Follow Through -- Be Patient

Many of us are trained to look for tops and bottoms and game the markets accordingly.  For the most part, this is the way our brains work; yet, intuitively speaking, that is just the wrong approach.  Finding tops and bottoms is generally a loser's game, but following through after seeing a top/bottom take place can be the most lucrative profit opportunity.  Our minds think in terms of finding the best value, letting prices fall to levels that we are willing to accept.  Wal-Mart is a great...

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Oil-Dollar Breakdown, Higher Prices To Come?

Oil-Dollar Breakdown, Higher Prices To Come?

Oil prices have been under pressure as the dollar soars. For many, they believe that the strength in the dollar is a major reason why oil will not be able to rally. Yet the truth is that while in recent years, the dollar-oil inverse correlation has been very tight, throughout history that has not always been the case. In fact, in the oil market, as well as other commodities, we may be at the verge of a total breakdown of what has been considered to be an almost dogmatic truth - which is as...

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Las Vegas Sands (LVS) – A Value Play on the Rising Asian Consumer and the U.S. Economic Recovery

Las Vegas Sands (LVS) – A Value Play on the Rising Asian Consumer and the U.S. Economic Recovery

Over the last 12 months, Macau casino gaming stocks are down by an average of 50% as the world’s largest casino-gaming market experienced an unprecedented decline in gross gaming revenues (GGR). GGR in Macau experienced its first yearly decline since data became publicly available in 2002, falling by 2.6% last year to $44 billion as a result of the Chinese government’s anti-graft movement, Macau’s hotel room constraints, and a slowing Chinese economy. The first two months of 2015 was more...

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What You Should Know About Binary Options

What You Should Know About Binary Options

“Binary Options.” There, I've said it. Binary Options are the red-headed-step-child of the investing world and for good reason. While at heart, they are a viable means of market speculation, in practice, they are often nothing more than a smokescreen for scam artists. This is primarily because they, as a vehicle for speculation, came to life on the Internet in the gray areas between countries, jurisdictions, and regulatory bodies. What you need to know is that not all binary options are...

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Hot Cocoa May Be Cooling Off

Hot Cocoa May Be Cooling Off

Fundamentals point to a Call Selling Opportunity in a “Back Page” Market Last week’s strong US Employment report gave the proverbial “all clear” to the US economy and stoked speculation that interest rates are destined to increase as early as this summer. This had added extra fuel to the ongoing rally in the US Dollar. The continuing strength in the dollar has been a macro force weighing on prices of a variety of commodities in recent months.  Cocoa has been one market to buck that trend...

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ESM5: Slap Some Lipstick On That Pig!

ESM5: Slap Some Lipstick On That Pig!

Yesterday Whoever said markets are not predictable wasn't paying attention to the price manipulation that often paints the tape around the end of each quarter. Every professional in the market knows that largely unjustified rallies are something to expect at the end of the quarter, when stock funds set their ending asset values and bonuses are calculated. The market may be acting like a pig, but it somehow contrives to look a little better at the close. That's essentially what happened...

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Home On The Range

Home On The Range

To reiterate the high points of yesterday’s forecast, the fast decline in the NQ on Wednesday (3/25) created a speed zone that has very little resistance to rebound action. The reason is that sellers were liquidated in that zone. With few sellers lurking to get out at breakeven, it doesn’t take much volume to levitate the market, and the NQ rose more than 1%. This took the NQ about half way up the water spout, pausing at 4383, which is an important Low Volume Node. Remember, low volume...

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