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Friday commodity market rankings - 10/27/17, By Brad King

Since my last update both the energy and equity markets have been extremly strong. You should have had a chance to roll up calls to reduce your risk since I last wrote here.

While the Japanese Yen has been weak, I think its time to look at other markets to sell. You should be able to exit with profits.

Does global economic strength spill into metals? I am looking at silver to see if this occurs. Buy call options today.

I am not sure if grains have much more room on the downside for a bit. If you have profits in your corn or wheat options, roll them lower.

In the livestock, I like holding shorts for hedgers only. Speculators might want to be long feeders.

That's all for today. Have a great weekend.

For my market summary (covering 34 markets) with trading ideas for both hedgers and speculators, please subscribe to my free newsletter HERE.

Bullish commodity rankings

  1. RBOB Gas/Heating Oil - Hold long calls...roll up if in the money.
  2. Cocoa - Hold long calls.
  3. Dow Jones - Hold long calls...roll up if in the money again.
  4. Feeder Cattle/Live Cattle - Hold long calls.
  5. Silver - Buy now.
Bearish commodity rankings
  1. Wheat- Hold long puts...roll down if in the money.
  2. Coffee - Hold long puts.
  3. Corn - Hold long puts...roll down if in the money.
  4. Natural Gas - Sell strength.
  5. Sugar - Hold long puts.

I have producer (agricultural hedge) positions listed on my newsletter. Subscribe HEREor give me a call.

If you would like to know more about trading commodity options, give me a call at 928-773-0472. If you would like to open an account, visit www.kingcommodities.com for the online application. Account applications can be completed at your convenience 24 hours/day.

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Brad King is President of King Commodities Inc.  He has an engineering degree from Arizona State University. He became a commodities broker while living in Denver, Colorado in 1997. Brad has used his engineering background to create trading software for futures & options traders and to assist livestock and grain producers with various hedging strategies. Brad works with clients across the USA and Canada. Brad has over 18 years of experience as a futures & options broker. He publishes a commodity trading newsletter 3-4 times per week and also publishes a weekly reversal analysis with long term entry points at the beginning of each week. Brad is a technical trader and prefers to trade a trending market. When not at his desk, he enjoys fly fishing and coaching youth hockey.

To subscribe to Brad’s option trading newsletter, or to view his weekly reversal analysis, please visit www.kingcommodities.com or give him a call at 928-773-0472.

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