Weekly CEO News from Richard Ingram
September 13, 2018

Market Analysis The USDA stunned the markets again this month with a higher-than-expected US corn yield and world wheat crop on their September update. Instead of a modest decline in the US average yield given the recent slippage in crop

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September 13, 2018

Nat Gas Reverses;Talking Florence

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Despite a hurricane barreling towards the Southeast and a Thursday EIA print, it was a relatively slow day in the natural gas market, with a 5.1-cent range for the prompt month October contract. An in-line EIA print that confirmed recent

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September 13, 2018

The Major Factors Driving The USD

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Raghee Horner, Futures and Currency Expert over at Simply Trading is becoming a regular guest on the show thanks to her level-headed commentary. She very much is a generalist investor who lets the big picture dictate her outlooks for markets.

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September 13, 2018

Russell 2000 Continues To Struggle

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Thursday offered a bright start for markets but the Russell 2000 struggled to enjoy the fruits and by market close things were looking a little more somber. Best of the action belonged to Large Caps but it was Tech indices

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Natural Gas Rises, and North Carolina GO Yields Increase While the ultimate impact from Hurricane Florence on lives, business and infrastructure will remain unknown until the skies clear, many investors already appear to be bracing for the worst. The U.S.

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September 13, 2018

The Market Throws A Whang-Doodle

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Coming into today, Semiconductors (SMH) entered an unconfirmed distribution phase. Early on, SMH went into a bullish phase. Yet it could not hold above the 50 DMA, so it wound up closing green but in an unconfirmed warning phase (above

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September 13, 2018

Expanding My Trade Peace Portfolio

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This morning, U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin mentioned that an effort was being made to get trade talks with China back on track. The Dow soared 160 points in a heartbeat. Past murmurings by the Treasury Secretary demonstrate that his

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This week: Global equities country breadth – clear underlying weakness (outside of the US markets) Policy uncertainty vs market volatility – the gap may soon close as global policy winds change Trends in global equity volatility – looks like we’ve

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The August year-over-year export and import container counts were weaker than last month with imports in contraction year-over-year. Analyst Opinion of Container Movements Simply looking at this month versus last month – the export rate of growth declined whilst exports

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Bitcoin’s price plummeted by over 10 percent on Thursday after a previously promising rally past the $7,000 price mark. The brief price spike led many bitcoin enthusiasts to speculate that BTC would build out a higher support. Many also saw

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