Pay Attention to the Road Signs While Trading + Trading Levels 10.27.2022
Posted By:- Ilan Levy-Mayer Vice President, Cannon Trading Futures Blog
Pay Attention to the Road Signs…..
by Mark O’Brien, Senior Broker
Please be aware of the potential for the market you’re trading to react suddenly and forcefully in terms of price change. The most common catalyst is one typically staring right at you on your calendar of government and private reports. “Core” economic reports likely take center stage for stock indexes and treasuries. Currently that list includes measurements on the U.S. employment rate, inflation (CPI, PPI) business and consumer confidence and the like. Markets closely tied to the global economy like crude oil and its products, precious metals (gold & silver), industrial metals (copper, platinum) and currencies also react to U.S. reports. The U.S. is well on through its grain harvesting season when regional yields are being closely monitored and compiled to produce the totals that will be combined with the rest of the world’s production. At the same time, important southern hemisphere crops – particularly in South America – are just developing and estimates on their contribution to the world’s grain demands are being watched by the “big three” futures contracts on the CBOT: corn, wheat and soybeans.
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