Gold Commodity Markets

CBOT:ZS1!   Soybean Futures
11.23.20 I wanted to finish up on my GOLD review from this weekend. The main point that I wanted to make about gold is that there are different trades for different types of traders in that area, and while you may understand how markets like this can appeal to both buyers and sellers in a fairly narrow range, it doesn't mean that it will be your kind of a trait because of your rules. In my own trading, I had to make a distinction between knowing how to read the market, and what markets are suitable to trade regardless of how I read the market. At some point you have to decide what type of trading is most suitable for your personality, and your capabilities. Trading is a business and you want to stay in business, and you want to like your business, and you wanted to be dependable. It doesn't make sense to trade your business as a lotto ticket. Some businesses require a little less time, and this is important because the determination of what kind of a trader you want to be changes many aspects of your trading including the amount of time that you will have to be watching your trading screen.

I ran through some commodity markets that I think will be useful to my students who are far enough along that they may benefit by looking at some commodity markets. There are many reasons for these markets to move higher and lower, The probability of inflationary influences on the markets is very high, and I suspect that you'll see some great trading agricultural markets as well as other commodities markets moving higher as inflation becomes more apparent.


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