Archive | September, 2006

Coffee Ready to Perk Up

Having lost 650 points in the last three sessions, and reaching the lowest levels since early August, and helped by the weakness seen in other commodities, it came as no surprise that again values were called 50 lower prior to the opening. And that’s right about where coffee futures in NY came in. (more…)

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Eurodollar Trade Recommendation

Eurodollar Trade Recommendation

Our last Eurodollar trade worked out quite well. That trade was a strangle and we made our money on the call side. We have no clue which direction the Eurodollar will go, but with this trade design we don’t have to! We are straddling the market which means we are buying a call and a […]

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Trading Plans

Hello, My name is Stu Mitchell. Background – been trading 30 years, been a broker, CTA and managed funds, trading system developer, etc. But like everyone – I haven’t been trading any longer today than the first guy who started trading this morning – and you are only as good as your last trade – […]

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Metals Roundup

Metals really took it on the chin this past week. Silver had the biggest sell off of the group but gold too fell down hard. Silver remains in an overall uptrend, while gold on the other, hand continues to consolidate or drift with its range. (more…)

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Option Queen Letter

“But median earnings failed to keep pace with inflation for a second straight year. Even as the economy has continued to grow recently, some workers have accepted outright pay cuts, men have dropped out of the labor force, and debt has kept rising relative to income” (This is a quote from a David Leonhardt article […]

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