We began this week by revisiting the sugar futures market. We started talking about it a couple of weeks ago for Equities.com in, “Time to Sweeten on Sugar.” We updated this outlook Monday for TraderPlanet.com. This trade finally triggered on Thursday and currently sits above the $.1310 level that we believe will induce some speculative short covering. See, “Sugar Prices on the Decline.”
Tuesday we focused on some disappointing news for silver bulls as commercial traders were quick to sell the recent rally above $17.25 per ounce. In fact, we showed that this is the most bearish the commercial traders have been on silver since 2010. Finally, we published a chart that clearly shows the effect that commercial selling has had on this market in, “Silver Still has Further to Decline.”
Finally, our primary trading focus of the week zeroed in on the growing spread between the U.S. Dollar Index and the Euro currency. We’ve been tracking this spread diligently as we’ve reached record levels of commercial interest in both of these markets. Our first trading signal went out Tuesday night in our Discretionary COT Signals. We posted the currency section below but this methodology covers all primary domestic commodity markets.
While many are calling for the Euro to fall towards $.80 to the Dollar, we believe there will be a leg higher, first.
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