Seasonal Tendencies: Beans, Cocoa, and Coffee – September 2017 COT column for Modern Trader Magazine
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Soybean Rally is Classic Summer Sell Signal – August, 2017 COT column for Modern Trader Magazine
Bond Bull Won’t Go Away – July 2017 COT column for Modern Trader Magazine
Silver Holding Huge Commercial Short – June 2017 COT Column for Modern Trader Magazine
Crude, corn, and cotton – April 2017 COT column Modern Trader Magazine
I specialize in analyzing the Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s (CFTC) Commitments of Traders (COT) report. This weekly report breaks down a given market’s open interest into three primary categories and tallies their positions. According to the CFTC’s COT report, speculators have never been more bullish than they are now in the Dow Jones futures. This spells trouble, and I’ll explain. Read more →
We’ve contended that that new crop hedges above $10 per bushel would be good sales as 2017’s planting got underway. Below, you’ll see links to our early year analysis through current comments by the Agricultural Economics Department at the University of Illinois, Urbana – Champaign. Read more →
March 2017 Modern Trader Commitments of Trader Column
January 2017 Modern Trader Commitments of Traders Column
December 2016 Modern Trader Commitments of Traders Column
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