STOCKS: Apparently the bull camp retains control off hope for more Govt aid
BONDS: A slight corrective potential in the face of fresh US borrowing needs
CURRENCIES: Temporary Dollar slide seen into the US auto sector bailout vote
COPPER: Demand is falling apart look to sell near term rallies
METALS: A temporary bounce might be all the bull camp can muster today
CATTLE: Still attempting to absorb negative demand base ahead; chop/higher
HOGS: Big premium and potential seasonal weakness in hams; wait for breaks
BEANS: Short covering has lasted another day after all. Still may be a sale.
CORN: Two-sided trade likely in coming weeks. Sell point may be approaching.
WHEAT: Sideways for now with further short-covering possible. Still a sale.
ENERGY: Temp support from equity gains, auto bailout & OPEC cut threat
COTTON: More bad demand news ahead; down until focus shifts to 2009 crops
COFFEE: Positive fundamentals to support as long as outside forces ease
SUGAR: Specs hold hefty net long; sugar needs positive outside force to firm
COCOA: Supply issues should outweigh demand concerns if IC supplies stay tight

This content originated from – The Hightower Report.