The March cotton futures tend to close the year strongly. We expect this market to move higher from here through year-end based on the growing commercial trader position and seasonal strength, which should create a bit of a saucer base and bottom. Read more →
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April 2017 Modern Trader COT Column
We’ve been discussing the turmoil in the financial markets for the last three weeks both literally and figuratively. We’ve discussed the massive flow of money headed into the short-term rates in, “Expected Turbulence in the Financial Markets.” We noted the rotation from industrial to precious metals in, “Re-shuffling the Metals Markets.” We’ve caught both sides of the equity market volatility… Read more →
Our week started off with a bang. Monday, we discussed how we use the small speculator category of the weekly Commitment of Traders report to pick off failing moves in the markets. The rally in cotton futures set us up beautifully for the sell signal we published at TraderPlanet and we’ve got more than $1,500 per contract in the trade… Read more →
The commodity markets have been unkind to long only funds and indexes in 2014. Most of the commodity markets have been sideways to lower with a couple of exceptions like cocoa and cattle. This week, we’re focusing on the broader commodity landscape due to an article published on Bloomberg by Debarati Roy in which she stated that open interest in… Read more →
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