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  • Squawk / Thursday at 15:27 GMT
    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Natural gas looking for support ahead of $2.50/lb just like it has successfully done on four previous occasions since August 2016. The latest collapse has been triggered by record production and higher temperatures which is denting winter demand.
    Today's weekly stock report due shortly is surveyed to show a 186 bcf drop compared with a five-year average for this week of -154 bcf.
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    5d
    Alan M Alan M
    Hi Ole, I've been reading about commodity fund closures that have been running for 15+ years due to algorithmic trading moving the markets by 25 - 30...
    5d
    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    Hi Alan. Commodities are one of the few asset classes still depending on good old supply and demand. Speculative trading tends to exacerbate market movements and potentially...
    5d
    Alan M Alan M
    Interesting, thanks Ole. The price action in ags like sugar and coffee seem very one sided, and nat gas is impossible to trade with any kind of...
  • 1d
    Oscarm Oscarm
    Aren't you risking at lot more than 150 basis point with that stop?
  • 07 February
    Alan M Alan M
    If a squeeze in vol can send the dow down 13% from high to low in a few minutes, whats going to happen when something actually goes...
  • 07 February
    Xanthisan Xanthisan
    As inflation picks up, we might see higher yields on corporate bonds. What is the sweet point in the interest curve as of today?
    07 February
    Althea Spinozzi Althea Spinozzi
    Xanthisan, I personally prever the short part of the curve as we are going to see more volatility in the longer part. Bonds with maturity up to...
  • 07 February
    J R J R
    Hi Michael. The roll over happens automatically and by default on saxo platform?
    07 February
    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    A roll (spread trading) function is available but not automated. If no action is taken by the client an expiring contract will be auto closed before expiry...
    07 February
    ChristianK ChristianK
    Ole is correct. The roll is not automatic, but very simple to do on your own.
  • 07 February
    usxau usxau
    G'day Kay, not sure I want to take the trade before going into RBNZ tonight, but was wondering about the stop @  1.0579. Most likely joining you...
  • 02 February
    Jacob Pouncey Jacob Pouncey
    Yes, agreed, very true. We are still up 800% from last year this time. Another thing to note is that even though the price may have decline,...
    04 February
    Vlado21 Vlado21
    enormous volatility +further restrictions transmit more and more panic to retail crowd (twilight for crypto "tulip mania"?)...
    6d
    Jacob Pouncey Jacob Pouncey
    Exactly. I think that many of the weak hands were shaken out after realizing this growth is not something that is sustainable. And that getting comfortable with...
  • 25 January
    Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs
    That last chart looks like a giant Head and Shoulders bottom to me... and the Neckline (on my charts anyway!) is at 1348... So let's see if...
    26 January
    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    Thank you Clive, they are indeed....
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