November MRCI seasonal soybean and gold/platinum spread trades for November. Read more →
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Crude oil touches nearly every part of our lives throughout the day. The more we do, the more we use. This is what makes crude oil such a valuable economic forecasting tool. This week, we’ll look at the big picture in crude oil using technical, fundamental and spread data to explain what the market is telling us as we head… Read more →
There are times in any endeavor when the stars align and the proper course of action is as clear as a bell. We’ve all had our moments when even we knew we, “were on a roll.” However, most of life’s endeavors and their eventual successes come simply from the honest trudge of hard work and dedication to a specific task.… Read more →
We’ve been tracking the interest rate complex even more closely since October when we saw the commercial traders beginning to place their bets ahead the Federal Reserve Board’s (FRB) December meeting and while we’d like to take credit for the predominantly correct calls in the interest rate sector through 2015, we really have to chalk it up to knowing who… Read more →
Our theme continues, the Treasury Bond market spreads will set the tone for 2016. We wrote here at Equities.com on January 5th that, “US Bond Little Changed in Spite of Chaos.” The chaos has certainly continued with the S&P 500 off nearly 5% since then and China’s issues are anything but settled. It’s not very often that the workings of… Read more →
Global protein demand has been one of the primary drivers of grain prices as meat consumption over the last 15 years has increased by more than 13% in the same period. Soybean meal is a primary ingredient in protein production, primarily as feed but also as a meat substitute for people. As a result of this demand, soybean meal prices… Read more →
The crude oil sell off has been vicious both in its depth and its speed. In fact, the market has been so negative that we last wrote about it this past June 11th. The market had provided a bit of a rally in the face a growing and overwhelmingly bearish commercial trader position which led to our headline, “Sell Crude… Read more →
Obviously, China has dominated the news this week. There has been rampant speculation regarding the, “first roach” philosophy which suggests there’s much more to come in the way of Chinese Yuan/Renmimbi devaluation. I’m not very good at projecting political developments along an investment front. However, I do know enough to hunt down the information no one is talking about amid… Read more →
Currency destruction usually usually places a sovereign national bank at the pointed ends of its citizens’ collective swords. The country’s citizens watch helplessly as they wake up each morning less financially secure than they went to bed the previous night. This general sentiment is why the Japanese Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe’s popularity is counter intuitive. His political platform has been… Read more →
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