Weekly Commodity Strategy Review

Our first full week of the year puts the US Dollar Index on our radar as the most speculatively overpopulated market. Our piece for TraderPlanet took a look at this even as the Index itself continues to rally.

The USD Index – A Small Washout Coming?

Tuesday, we began looking at the March Oat futures for Equities.com. This market has seen substantial commercial trader buying as seen in the weekly Commitment of Traders Reports. Our analysis combines this with seasonal research from Moore Research in an attempt to define both the direction and timetable for a rally in March oats.

Oat Futures Fully Supported

Finally, we looked at the similarities and differences between the Discretionary Commitment of Traders Signals and the mechanical version of COTSignals in the cattle market. They both had their strengths and weaknesses but the proof of concept that combining these methodologies is a more efficient way to trade was clearly established in the sample equity curves.

Trading the 2015 Cattle Market



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