Soybean Futures


Soybean Future Trading Daily Chart & Futures Support and Resistance Levels 1.27.2021

January 26th, 2021 Filed under Future Trading News | Comment (0)

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The difference between yesterday and today is one of the strongest contrasts I have seen!
The market went from driving at 180 MPH, erratically…to driving 25 MPH, obeying all the speed bumps.
Was it news headlines yesterday? Lack of news today? Did market participants get tired? Are you prepared for future trading?
Normally volatility will go in waves and now from 100% to 10% in one day.
If one could only forecast volatility, would make ones trading life much easier.
Speaking of volatility, FOMC tomorrow along with Crude Oil numbers before that and a few more reports.
Know what news are coming, which ones affect the markets you trade.
While I touch base quite often on ES, NQ and other stock indices, I also like to follow other markets. Some are better for shorter term trading some are better for swing or longer term etc. future
trading predictions really depends on how they are performing. One of these markets, soybeans futures. Daily chart below. Click for larger Image.
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Trading Futures, Options on Future Trading, and retail off-exchange foreign currency transactions involves substantial risk of loss and is not suitable for all investors.  You should carefully consider whether trading is suitable for you in light of your circumstances, knowledge, and financial resources. You may lose all or more of your initial investment. Opinions, market data, and recommendations are subject to change at any time when it comes to Futures Trading.

 

Futures Trading Levels

1-27-2021

Futures Support and Resistance Levels 1.27.2021 / Future Trading

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BetterTrader Reports 1.27.2021 / Future Trading

 

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Weekly Newsletter #1036 Day Trading Commodities w/ Crude Oil Futures, Soybean Futures Chart and Resistance Levels 1.25.2021

January 22nd, 2021 Filed under Crude Oil, Future Trading News, Weekly Newsletter | Comment (0)

Cannon Futures Weekly Newsletter Issue # 1036

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Trading 202: Day Trading Commodities with Crude Oil Futures
Crude Oil Futures Volatility Offers A “Different Market Personality” Than Stock Index Futures. Here Is Some Of The Things You Need To Know About Day Trading Crude Oil Futures:
By: Ilan Levy-Mayer, Cannon Trading Commodities Broker & VP
Crude Oil is one of MY favorite futures market for day trading. Before I dive in and share with you how the volatility in crude oil fits my risk tolerance for day trading and provide a couple of chart examples, we should review some of the specifications of Crude Oil Futures.
Crude Oil Futures have monthly expiration. So each month we trade a different contract month, so one needs to know when is the first notice day and last trading day for crude oil futures in order to always make sure we are trading the proper month with the most liquidity and avoid any chance of getting into delivery situation.
Next is the contract size. Crude Oil futures are based on 1000 barrels. To be honest from a day trading perspective all I care is that each tick or 1 cent fluctuation is $10 against me or in my favor per contract. That means that a move from 92.94 to 92.74 = $200.
Another factor is trading hours. At the time I am sharing my thoughts with you, April 8th 2013, crude oil futures trade on the CME Globex platform and trade from 5 PM CDT until the next day at 4 PM CDT. That is 23 of straight trading hours. I definitely don’t recommend day trading this market 23 hours…but it is good to know the trading hours.
Volume in crude oil futures is pretty good to trade in my opinion. Averaging about 300,000 contracts per day.
One last pointer to touch on is the API (American Petroleum Institute) report that normally comes out Wednesday at 9:30 CDT (on short weeks, holidays etc. , this report will be pushed to Thursday at 10 AM CDT). I tell my clients that this report is way too volatile and I like to be out 5 minutes before and not resume trading 5 minutes until after the report comes out. This report by itself deserves a writing but on short, the report provides information on how our stock pile is doing ( = supply/demand) and the market will move based on the numbers versus what was expected. Again as a day trader, your main job is to know about this report, when it comes out and in my opinion stay out of the market during this time..
March soybeans fell sharply today, losing ±$0.60 cents (-4.4%) down to $13.09 ¾ / bushel erasing all of its gains for the month of January. March corn declined as well, by $0.24 / bushel (-4.6%) to close at $5.00 ¼ / bushel. More welcome rain was forecast for Argentina today boosting forecasts of the last two days. That opened the door for improving crop conditions into early February. Forecasts for even more rain next week in Argentina and Brazil contributed to the sell-off’s momentum. Brazil’s 1-2-week forecast called for widespread rains over most growing regions. All this points to better-than-expected crop conditions across those two important growing areas into early February.
Would you like to try out the “turning points Algo” you see on the chart in the form of blue circle and red circles?
Soybean Futures Continuation Chart
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Trading Futures, Options on Futures, and retail off-exchange foreign currency transactions involves substantial risk of loss and is not suitable for all investors.  You should carefully consider whether trading is suitable for you in light of your circumstances, knowledge, and financial resources. You may lose all or more of your initial investment. Opinions, market data, and recommendations are subject to change at any time when it comes to Futures Trading.

 

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Futures Support & Resistance Levels 1.25.2021

 

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Weekly Futures Support & Resistance Levels 1.25 - 1.29.2021

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