Sugar Losing Sour Taste: Is It Time to Buy?

Drought in Brazil – the world’s #1 sugar producer – was the catalyst behind last week’s move higher in sugar. Dry conditions have caused production in the sugar-growing regions of Brazil to drop 7.4% compared… Read More

Natural Gas: “Winter is Coming…”

Fans of the popular HBO series “Game of Thrones” will recognize this phrase. For those unfamiliar with the show, “Game of Thrones” is a multi-plotline story about the battle for power in a mythical land… Read More

Gasoline: Time to Trade the Range

Classic chart watchers (known as “technicians”) believe that everything you need to know about a market is revealed in price. We aren’t that extreme. However, we do know that charts can reveal a great deal…. Read More

Take Some Cash Off the Table in T-Bonds

Last week was a good one for bond bears. December T-bond futures managed to close below the weekly uptrend line and shift momentum to the downside. However we need to see another lower close this… Read More

Euro, Yen, Hogs & T-Bond Updates

September has been very friendly to our bearish positions in both the euro and the Japanese yen. And while the jury is still out on our short positions in hogs and T-bonds, recent price action… Read More

Take Cash Off the Table in Euro

The time has come to take some cash off the table in Euro. The common currency fallen below our first short-term downside target of $1.3250 and appears to be holding support. If you own more… Read More

Bearish Opportunities in T-Bonds & Notes

The rally in T-notes and T-bonds has been one of the biggest surprises of the summer. Prices have risen (and yields fallen) despite an American economy that has been gathering momentum. The US economy may… Read More

Corn & Gold “ Big Move” Trade Updates

Perfect growing weather and expectations of a North American bumper crop have caused the price of corn to collapse. This is bad news for farmers. While they will certainly have more to sell, growers are… Read More