Jump to content

Commodity Markets:GOLD SILVER FOREX URANIUM LITHIUM NICKEL CRUDE OIL COPPER NATURAL GAS Elliott Wave


tradinglounge

Recommended Posts

Commodity Futures Market Summary: Elliott Wave Trading Strategies; US Gov Bonds 10 Yr Yields, US Dollar Index DXY, US Spot Gold, Silver, Copper, Lithium, Uranium, Nickel, Crude Oil and Natural Gas
Commodities Market Summary: Bond yields are moving into Wave (4) and will continue to do so, withthe USD DXY in a corrective rally off the 105, this rally has pushed indices and commodities lower.
Elliott Wave Trading Strategies: Short term trading opportunities are long  Gold and Silver

Video Chapters
00:00  US Gov Bonds 10 Yr Yields
04:46 US Dollar Index DXY 
12:07 US Spot Gold
19:26 US Spot Silver
21:25 US Copper / Lithium / Uranium / Nickel 
41:49 Crude Oil
43:50 Natural Gas
48:09 TRIAL Buy 1 Month Get 3 Months

Analyst Peter Mathers TradingLounge™

 

Link to comment

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now
  • General Statistics

    • Total Topics
      21,250
    • Total Posts
      90,856
    • Total Members
      41,351
    • Most Online
      7,522
      10/06/21 10:53

    Newest Member
    Aliashiq
    Joined 03/02/23 17:38
  • Posts

    • Hello, Is any interest paid on "available" cash (not "margin") in a spread betting account? For example, if I held £10k in an account and had no open positions. The reason for asking is that I understand that proceeds from short sales in a CFD will receive interest (benchmark-2.5%), so was wondering if that applied to all cash, and couldn't find an answer on the web site.   Thanks.
    • Hi @Mark12 If you are trading shares, you will have the option to place a limit order to sell your existing position. When the market opens, please check if your order level is close to where the market is trading. All the best, OfentseIG
    • We have to wait until Friday to find out if the UK economy skirted a recession.   Richard Snow, foreign exchange analyst at Daily FX, tells IGTV’s Jeremy Naylor that after the third quarter contraction of 0.3%, there is a risk around the incoming data for the fourth quarter. Here he discusses GBP/USD as a trade to go short. But what if GDP comes in slightly higher? Richard says that is likely to be largely academic and that he believes the short trade will prevail. Jeremy Naylor | Writer, London | Publication date: Friday 03 February 2023
×
×
  • Create New...