Although he is famous for his calls in gold, Jim Sinclair has accumulated a wealth of market knowledge over the last 50 years. We talk with him about what gold is telling us about the recovery.
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May editor's note from Ginger Szala
Eurozone risk and gauging fear
Using directional butterfly spreads to express an opinion on the market with safety and precision
This month's Trader Profile features Daniel Schindler of KDM Trading
As the MF Global debacle has dragged on, one thing that has become apparent is that the two trustees are on a collision course as they battle for what’s left of the bankrupt firm.
Royal Bank of Canada (RBC), Canada’s largest bank, was sued by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) in April for alleged illegal wash trades tied to equities worth millions of dollars in tax benefits.
Sideways action that has been a feature of both base and precious metals markets for much of the past year is expected to continue in future months, although some upturn could come late in the year.
Although copper prices have more than tripled since the end of 2008, the $3.97 area has been a reliable weekly closing pivot going all the way back to 2006.
Using OEX early exercise to create a low risk synthetic option strategy.
Applying a maximum profit strategy with optimal trading elements to live cattle.
How to find key turning points in trends using W.D. Gann’s time and price balance principles.
Here are advantages of selling commodity options over equity options to enhance your portfolio.
Whatever your experience, trading well begins with a proper understanding of your strategy performance report.
There now are a number of ways of accessing metals. Here are the pros and cons of some of the most popular vehicles.
Although critics say high-frequency trading is giving markets too much of a good thing, exchanges disagree.
Sophisticated investment strategies require more due diligence. Here’s what you need to know before investing.
Sheldon Knight reviews Al Brooks’ new three-volume series, “Trading Price Action.” Knight looks at what the series has to offer any trader.
Public Funds through March 2012
Top CTAs for February 2012
Hedge Fund performance for February 2012
Since putting a high around $308 in May of last year, coffee prices have fallen steadily with prices recently dipping as low as $180. According to analysts, most of the decline can be attributed to one producer: Brazil.
Although it went nearly straight up for the first three months of 2012, the Nasdaq 100 has pulled back through much of April. Now, in the heart of earnings season, the index faces a possible turning point.
Some analysts have described natural gas’ price collapse as “epic” in proportion. With prices currently the lowest they have been in more than 10 years, it’s staggering to think that some analysts say prices need to fall further.
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A round-up of new products and services for traders.
A quick wrap-up of moves and promotions by industry professionals.