Weekly Commodity Strategy Review

This was a light week thanks to those who gave their all.  Thank you to those we honor and support and kindness to the families they’ve left behind.

We began with the development of a classic small speculator short trap in the cotton futures market for Equities.com. We’ve been watching it build all week and finally issued an official COT Buy signal in our nightly discretionary email. Free Trial Available

Buying the Cotton Market’s Decline

Thanks in part to the lightened writing duties this week, I was able to step back and survey the markets as a mosaic. I find this exceptionally helpful in determining the big picture themes. In this case, we determined that these 9 charts are screaming DEFLATION. The world’s bankers may be trying talk rates higher but the boots on the ground are still mired in excess capacity and economic slack.

What Inflation?

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