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Daily Commodity Research Report

The best way to manage risk in commodities trading is to rely on sound and reliable research. Research is not just about information and news alone. When you combine information with intelligence it becomes insights. When insights are made actionable, it becomes research. That is what our commodity research is all about. It has useful insights on commodities, trends, triggers and prices. But it also has an actionable game plan which is a call to action. That is exactly where the Daily Commodity Research Report fits in…

Global commodities and cues round-up…

As an asset class, commodities are more global compared to equities or debt. Most of the key commodity categories like precious metals, energy and industrial metals are dependent on global cues. That is why our Daily Commodity Research Report begins with focus on global cues. There are a lot of triggers that can have a bearing on specific commodities. When it comes to energy, US GDP data, Chinese PMI and manufacturing data, GDP growth in EU & Japan, OPEC production etc have a major impact on commodity prices. In metals the focus in on the key triggers for metals prices like demand, production, inventories, inventory additions / depletions etc. Other key parameters like US jobs data, retail sales, crude oil inventory additions, natural gas storage additions and specific events like storms, cyclones and pest attacks matter. All these are covered in global cues round-up.

Trading commodities with the power of technicals…

The technicals table covers the key pivot points which you can effectively use for trading commodities both ways. The Daily Commodity Research Report also captures whether the intraday and the long term trend on the particular commodity is bearish or bullish. This can form the basis for your trading view in the commodity markets. The table also clearly lays out the supports and resistances so that the commodity trader can effectively play the ranges and set up appropriate stop-losses and profit targets for trading. Such technical ideas are distinct for different contracts.

Call to Action – How to take trading positions in commodities…

The call to action is the key component of the Daily Commodity Research Report as it enables the trader to convert the insights into trading positions. In commodities trading cues on volumes and open interest are critical. Price shifts with volume shifts give you a clear indication about whether the price movement is sustainable or temporary. Open interest movement underlines the real reason for the price movement; whether the rise in price is led by buying or by short covering. These are important cues before the report actually translates the idea into a workable call. When it comes to commodities trading, the cues and the trigger points are critical. You trade commodities in real time and hence it is also essential to know the triggers that could impact prices. All this research is backed by a very savvy commodity research team and an access to a powerful library and other global information resources. The summary of all these efforts is the Daily Commodity Research Report…

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