Tag: Trading commodities

Looking For Action? Check Out Wheat Futures

| September 7, 2010 | 0 Comments

Have you seen wheat prices lately? Talk about a wild ride… I’ve never seen anything like it in more than 15 years of trading. Wheat futures prices are all over the place.  Huge swings are occurring on almost a daily basis.  In fact, wheat had one of its biggest daily gains ever in early August.  […]

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An Insider’s View On Commodity Prices

| May 18, 2010 | 0 Comments

I know many of you are avid stock traders.  You monitor the markets like a hawk.  You’ve figured out your entry and exit points, and you have a strategy in place.  But now, let me ask you a question.  How often do you look at commodity news? Every day?  Once a week?  Once a month?  […]

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What To Expect In 2010…

| January 4, 2010 | 0 Comments

Last weekend I was sitting on my couch, flipping through a magazine.  I noticed an advertisement for a doctor’s office… for some reason it really caught my eye.  The top of the ad is a Norman Rockwell picture drawn for the cover of the Saturday Evening Post. It’s called the “Tattoo Artist”. I laughed out […]

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Using ETFs To Successfully Trade Commodities

| May 13, 2009 | 0 Comments

It finally happened this week.  It happens every year… you can’t quite set your watch to it, but it’s a constant here in the desert.  What am I talking about?  Triple digit temperatures of course. Yesterday it was 105 degrees here in Phoenix. If you’ve never been in the desert, remember, it’s a dry heat. […]

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