Sell British Pound

We expect a weak economy and fragile banking system will keep the pressure on British interest rates for the rest of the year and have been patiently waiting for the British pound to give us… Read More

Is It Finally Time to Buy Gold?

A higher close today will mark the first buy signal we’ve seen in gold since the Midas metal’s big April swoon that took prices from $1,550 per ounce to last month’s low of $1,182. If… Read More

Not Feeling Your Oats

Today, I wanted to visit the grain complex again.  This time, the focus will be on Oats and I will be looking at the December contracts due to the greater participation levels in that contract… Read More

Exit Sugar Puts & Buy Coffee

The time has come to lift the put leg of the October $19.50 / $16.50 call / put “strangles” we suggested purchasing for 60 points ($672) or less back in April (Vol. 19 #10). We… Read More

Use Big, Corrective Rally to Re-Sell Euro

We suggested exiting half of our bearish September put spreads in the euro two days ago because prices were oversold and testing good support. The chart said, “be careful,” and we were. What we did… Read More

Exit Half of Bear Put Spreads in Yen & Euro

Debase or die. That appears to be the lesson taught to the world’s central banks by the US Federal Reserve. By keeping both interest rates and the US dollar artificially low for long enough, Ben… Read More