John Carter discusses his favorite trades in the futures and commodities markets. Carter's favorite trade is going long bonds and notes. Bonds are coming up against their resistance level and coming into a huge squeeze. the 10-year note has also formed a weekly squeeze and it expected to go higher. Stocks have been moving sideways and Carter says if bonds and notes move higher he does not expect much change in stocks. The NASDAQ is the only futures market that has been moving higher, and the Russell futures are below all the key moving averages. Carter suggests shorting the Russell on rallies into resistance. He expects the dollar index to go higher, the Euro to break down and the Yen to go up. He suggests shorting the Euro as a second trade to going long bonds and notes. Crude oil tanked last week and rallied into resistance and natural gas also went down; he does not suggest a strong trade in either. Carter suggests that investors be patient and buy pullbacks in the metals.