Most Bullish Friday In Months!

Jerry Welch, Commodity Insite!
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Here are a few of my Special Email Alerts I sent to my subscribers and brokerage clients today. Note the time sent.


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Today, is the first session in some time where the dollar is in the red along with the Dow and the CRB Index posting a nice gain of 100 plus points in early dealings. If this scenario can hold in to the close, it will suggest that something or several somethings can be traded on the long side and carried into the weekend.


My favorite long trade for today would be MPLS or KC wheat. But the soybean market has a strong seasonal tendency to rise from here into mid-December. Based on what I am seeing now, longs in KC or MPLS wheat should have intra-day sell stops of 5 to 6 cents. The same for soybeans. Going long with such tight stops is a low risk trade in my view.


The day is young but interesting. Stay tuned as I may come out with further comments as the day moves along. But keep in mind that for the first time in a while, the dollar is weak along with stocks and commodities per se are showing a willingness to rally. And that bodes will for Monday.

The time is 8:17 a.m. Chicago

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I followed that Alert up with this one:

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SPECIAL EMAIL ALERT!


Buy (1) December MPLS wheat at the market. The range today is $6.34 to $6.223/4 with a last of $6.301/4 up a bushel. Use a $6.22 stop, intra-day.

The CRB is 200 higher, soybeans up 17 cents, gold is up $12 and hugging a one month high and there is talk about China buying US corn and dry conditions in the Plains. The day is clearly bullish commodities. And to repeat what I stated earlier, avoid the short side of any commodity market today. Try to come out of the day long, something.


The time is 12:20 pm Chicago

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With little time left in trading, the CRB Index is 220 higher with solid gains seen with commodities per se. This is the most bullish Friday, for commodities that I can recall in the past few months. And a close here or better hints loudly that there is more coming to the upside next week. Time will tell.


And the time now is 1:09 p.m. Chicago

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