Slippery Politics, Slippery Trade: Power Rankings

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Slippery Politics, Slippery Trade: Power Rankings

Just like our political environment, the only way to describe the trade lately is “Slippery”.

Though the signals did not hit either the risk or profit levels, traders could have been able to get out favorably during Friday’s action.

After the abbreviated sessions, Monday night started off with big moves in the grains, currencies, metals and a minor reversal in the indices. This week, we have two trade recommendations. Natural Gas and Live Cattle with an approximate 3/1 reward to risk ratio.

VDO Futures Power Rankings January 17, 2017

Legend


[   ] – Associated Trade Rec (call your broker for more info)

[   ] – Market was UP

[   ] – Market was DOWN

VDO – Last Week’s Price Volatility in Dollar Terms (Volatility Dollar Opportunity)

Bias – Directional Trend

Rank – Based on the VDO

Volatility – Last Week’s Price Volatility

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