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  • Squawk / Tuesday at 6:45 GMT
    Chief Technology Officer / Asena Inc.
    Turkey
    Live Cattle is on the way up to 110.
    Yesterday's close was at the bottom of the channel.
    So, it's a good opportunity to go long in August contract.

    Entry: market around 104
    Target: 110
    Stop Loss: 102.150

    Risks: NAFTA and Trade Wars talks can have a negative effect on the prices.
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  • 25 April
    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    Hi MP. Pure and simple due to the current lower prices on many commodities compared to the previous peak. Not least oil which traded quite a bit...
    25 April
    Market Predator Market Predator
    Hello Ole. My thoughts were about standardised price of Contract(s) projected into OI. But of course Value must reflect actual commodities prices. Thanks.
    26 April
    Aloush Aloush
    Hi Mr Ole,
    what do you think about Sugar 11 and white sugar 5 ?
    regards
  • Article / 19 March 2018 at 9:51 GMT

    COT: Soy and corn left exposed with specs piling in – #SaxoStrats

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    COT: Soy and corn left exposed with specs piling in – #SaxoStrats
    Hedge funds added just 1% to their overall bullish commodities exposure during the week to March 13. Another strong week of buying of corn and soybeans was offset by selling of metals and livestock while softs and the energy sector were mixed. The grain sector has been left exposed to long liquidation following an eight-week buying surge.
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  • 08 April
    Anatoly Vyacheslav Anatoly Vyacheslav
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  • 22 January
    ashrafj1 ashrafj1
    Hi Ole what is your view for Cotton
    22 January
    matsuri matsuri
    the longer oil prices are high, the harder they will fall...I expect the WT to fall to range of 55-57 USD
  • Article / 15 January 2018 at 8:44 GMT

    COT: Oil longs, grain shorts and pace of gold buying hits record

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    COT: Oil longs, grain shorts and pace of gold buying hits record
    Hedge funds increased bullish bets across 25 major commodities futures by 13% to 1.7 million lots in the week to January 9. Once again the buying was concentrated in crude oil and gold. Short-covering in sugar and coffee supported a net purchase of soft commodities while bearish bets on key crops reached a new record.
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    18 January
    cinci cinci
    Thank you for all interesting analysis ! A question: Is the Managed Money Position (MMP) in curde derived from all months ? For example if a...
  • Article / 27 December 2017 at 12:17 GMT

    COT: Funds cutting bullish bets ahead of year-end

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    COT: Funds cutting bullish bets ahead of year-end
    Hedge funds continued to sell agricultural commodities in the week to December 19 according to data from the weekly COT report. The near-record crude oil long was reduced while gold was bought in the aftermath of the long-awaited US rate hike. The copper long jumped 61% on supply disruptions, both in South America and not least in China.
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  • Article / 11 December 2017 at 8:55 GMT

    COT: Specs fleeing metals; Oil long remains close to record

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    COT: Specs fleeing metals; Oil long remains close to record
    Hedge funds cut bullish commodities bet by 138,177 lots in the week to December 5. Hardest hit were metals with gold, silver and copper all seeing major reductions. Oil saw light profit taking after Opec+ meeting while natural gas got slammed as the US winter continued to delay its arrival. Grains were bought while softs were mixed.
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  • Article / 04 December 2017 at 8:48 GMT

    COT: Oil jumps to record; Gold traders wrong-footed

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    COT: Oil jumps to record; Gold traders wrong-footed
    Hedge funds were net-buyers across 26 commodities futures in the week to November 28. All sectors were net bought with the top five being WTI crude oil, gold, soybean meal, cotton and corn. At the other end of the scale we find natural gas, soybean oil and wheat.
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