Economic indicators can have a huge impact on the market; therefore, knowing how to interpret and analyse them is important for all investors. These tutorials cover some of the most important economic indicators. Just follow this link: http://tinyurl.com/indicators101
The Goldman fraud announcement sent the markets into a near panic in recent days as the stock market and commodities declined materially. Here is a look at what it means and how traders are positioning themselves.
With a host of physical commodity markets showing impressive upside action in the early days of 2010, it certainly seems like the world needs commodities.
This article provides an overview of using Eurodollar spreads as a low risk instrument to trade economic news and interest rate cycles. We’ll look at two types of spreads: bull spread and bear spreads. We’ll also look at when to place these spreads.
With a more bullish fundamental setup for next year and a movement by fund traders and investors to own commodities and shy away from owning the US dollar, the coffee market appears poised to attract significant new buying interest in the months ahead.
The combination of late planting and slow maturation in the US corn crop resulted in a full-fledged October weather market in corn last week. In this case the “weather market” came on a freeze warning in the Northwest Corn Belt that is expected to trim 100-150 million bushels off the most optimistic private forecasts of a just a week or …
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