30 Year Treasury Bonds

Weekly Newsletter #1045 Tight Stops? Wide Stops? Which One Should I Use? & 30 Year Treasury Bond Chart Review & Trading Levels for Week Ahead 3.29.2021

March 26th, 2021 Filed under Future Trading News, Weekly Newsletter | Comment (0)

Cannon Futures Weekly Newsletter Issue # 1045

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Trading 102: Tight Stops? Wide Stops? Which One Should I Use?
Entry Signals Are Very Important But Just As Important If Not More Is Trade Management.
By: Ilan Levy-Mayer, Cannon Trading Commodities Broker & VP
This article was published on FinanceMagnates.com back a couple years ago but is defintely a timeless article.
Today I decided to touch more on an educational feature rather than provide a certain market outlook. Many of my clients and blog readers know that when it comes to short term trading I am a fan of adjusting your trading technique/ game plan according to your assessment of the type of trading day that is developing in front of you.
Many new and advanced traders spend HOURS on looking for entry signals. Back testing historical data, creating algorithms to use and much more. I know. I am one of these traders.
Trade management consists of many factors. Some are psychological and some are more mathematical and many are in between. Some of the basic elements of trade management before even entering the trade are: What will my stop loss be**? will i use a stop loss**? What will my target be? will I use a target or just trail the trade if it goes my way?
Weekly chart of US 30 year bond futures for your review below. Click here for Larger image.
The bond market, more specifically, interest rate and yield projections, have been the big force behind the moves in many other futures markets. Bonds and the U.S. dollar have been key markets to watch, regardless of whether you are trading the E-mini S&P 500, gold, crude oil or soybeans. The way “big money” flows between asset classes, the allocation of assets, as well as the hedging interests in different markets are the main forces behind most of the markets we trade here.
30 Year Treasury Weekly Chart
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10 & 30 YR Treasury Bonds Analysis 6.25.2015

June 24th, 2015 Filed under Commodity Trading, Future Trading News, Futures Trading | Comment (0)

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Hello Traders,

For 2015 I would like to wish all of you discipline and patience in your trading!

Hello Traders,

Looking at 10 and 30-Year Treasury Bonds for Clues on What’s to Come

Back in April I wrote this piece:

Wondering if bonds hit double top, well hindsight is 20/20 and it seems I was definitely right about this one. The question now is where is this volatile market heading next?

Before I jump in to take a look at the charts, one quick side note: Bonds have been one of my favorite day trading markets these past six months…so if you are looking for a different market to add to your day trading mix, I recommend observing the 30-year bonds.

My assumption as of late is that by now the bonds have already discounted 1-2 rate hikes by the end of the year, hence the big drop we noticed in the last few months. My speculation is that the Fed will raise 0.25 at best by year’s end.

– See more at: http://www.equities.com/editors-desk/investing-strategies/trading/looking-at-the-10-year-and-30-year-treasury-bonds-for-clues-ahead#sthash.XicGuNKq.dpuf

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