From the floor of the CME group Chris Robinson, Traders Exclusive Contributor discusses what to look out for in the grain market.
From the floor of the CME Group in Chicago, George Tkaczuk, Senior Portfolio Manager at RCM Wealth, discusses the recent uptrend and complacency in stocks.
From the floor of the CME group, Vlad Karpel, Contributor to Traders Exclusive, discusses recent geopolitical events and events that generally drive the market.
Dan Collins, Editor in Chief of Futures Magazine and Contributor for Traders Exclusive discusses recent highs in the market and suggests that investors protect themselves against possible decline.
Chris Robinson Contributor for Traders Exclusive reviews the corn trade in front of Wednesday's Supply and Demand number.
From the CME Group Trading Floor, George Tkaczuk, Senior Portfolio Manager at RCM Wealth Advisors, reviews the uptrending equity market.
The NASDAQ has fired off a Weekly Squeeze after two months of consolidation, with the B and C Waves reversing.
From the trading floor of the CME Group, Chris Robinson for Traders Exclusive, reviews the grain market, particularly the July/November spread.
From the floor of the CME Group, George Tkaczuk Senior Portfolio Manager at RCM Wealth Advisors, reviews the continuing uptrend in the equity markets and offers a play in Cavium (CAVM). Tkaczuk points out that the S&P 500, Dow and Transports keep hitting new highs and the NASDAQ is playing catch up. The NASDAQ made that V-shape recovery and internals continue to improve. Clearly that sell in May correction never happened. An individual name Tkaczuk is looking at is Cavium, a chip make for 3G and 4G wireless networks and other data storage items. Big customers include Cisco, IBM and Nokia.
From the floor of the CME Group, Chris Robinson for Traders Exclusive, reviews the grain and bean markets and planting progress. There was a lot of selling pressure on the complex starting last night. Planting progress is going almost perfectly, at least the next 10-14 days out but the key is follow through. Robinson reviews key levels as July beans were at an 11-month high, same thing with the November contracts. If there is no follow through there, you will see some selling pressure. Two different markets with the July and November contract and the new crop/old crop spread. Kansas City saw a nice rally but since the bullish information has been out there, it needs to be fed on a daily basis. Robinson also reviews key levels in wheat as bulls and bears could be fighting it out for some interesting action. Same thing applies to the corn market. The biggest variable right now is weather.