Posts Tagged ‘NYSE:CF’

The Best Invest For Kids Stocks of 2015

November 16th, 2015

piggy-bankMarshall Hargrave:   The annual Invest For Kids conference was held last week in Chicago. The IFK conference brings together some of the hedge fund industry’s heavyweights to exchange investing ideas, while raising money for local kids. Read more…


The Last Week And A Half Was Like A Lesson In Technical Analysis

October 21st, 2013

howtoScott Redler: World markets maintained a positive tone over the weekend as the equity rally remains underway. The Shanghai Composite that double bottomed over the Summer led Asia overnight making multi-week highs. Japan also Read more…


Busy Economic Calendar Could Stoke Quiet Indices

July 31st, 2013

morningcallFutures are up small ahead of what will be a very busy economic news front during the next few sessions. Today at 7:00 AM we had Mortgage Applications, 8:15 AM ADP employment report, 8:30 AM GDP, and then at Read more…


Time To Be Bullish On Agriculture Stocks

March 13th, 2013

Agriculture ETFTony Daltorio: Farm incomes are expected to climb to an all-time high this year, the U.S. Department of Agriculture predicts. Read more…


Global X Fertilizers and Potash ETF: The Best Agribusiness ETF Pick? (SOIL, TNH, CF, AGU)

November 15th, 2012

Eric Dutram: Although it now appears to be a distant memory, the summer’s crop crisis should never be too far outside of investors’ minds. With the shifting climate it appears as though more extreme weather events could become the norm and make more droughts Read more…


A Virtually Unknown Way To Play Resurgent Coal; And So Much More (KOL, ISCHF, POT, YARIY, CF, MOS)

April 26th, 2012

Joseph L. Shaefer: In a recent article, “A Skål to Old King Coal,” I discussed the shortsightedness of many investors in abandoning fossil fuels in favor of technologies that may one day provide renewable (and cleaner) energy but, today, account for less than 10% of all energy generated for heating, cooling, Read more…


Agriculture Investing: Profit From The Pain Of Food Price Inflation (MOO, SOIL, CF, CF, AGU, DE, UL)

April 20th, 2012

Don Miller: For most Americans, the cost of food hasn’t always been such a big deal. For the better part of the last 30 years, food supplies were plentiful and the economy provided enough wealth to keep cupboards stocked. Read more…


The Oil and Natural Gas Ratio Explodes To 52:1 (UNG, USO, VLO, DOW, WLK, POT, CF)

April 17th, 2012

EconMatters: The ink on our last article is barely dry when its dire prediction actually came true 48 hours later–natural gas price dropping below $2, a level not seen in over a decade.  Henry Hub natural Read more…


Investor Guide: 50 Ways To Invest In Agriculture (MOO, DBA, JJG, CF, MON, CORN, POT, DE, MOS, ADM, AGU)

January 26th, 2012

Jared Cummans: The agriculture sector has long been a popular place for commodity trading. After all, it was with agricultural futures that commodity trading got its start. Farmers had originally used these contracts to help offset any losses in crop yields. Now, the agricultural space has blossomed into a Read more…


Commodity Trading Trends: Soft Spot For Cotton Prices (BAL, MON)

December 14th, 2011

Jared Cummans: Cotton, the fluffy commodity, was one of the most talked about investments of 2010. With a number of factors combining, cotton prices spiked to historic highs last year and led to a number of investors jumping in on the trend, only to get burned when cotton tanked midway through 2011. Read more…


Bruno del Ama: Fertilizer Is A Growing Business (SOIL, CF, IPI, MOS, SMG)

September 28th, 2011

Zig Lambo: It may not sparkle or shine, but fertilizer has a bright future. In this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, Bruno del Ama, CEO of Global X Funds, tells us why investors should be looking at this “growing” industry and how his company’s new global fertilizer and potash ETF Read more…


Morning Call: Are Stocks Being Pinned for Quad Witching Options Expiration?

September 15th, 2011

S&P futures are up 7-9 handles this morning, going for the 4th day of this rally. There isn’t much new to report on the news front, which is probably why the futures are higher. Overseas markets followed the US gains, and there are no new developments in the Greek debt saga. S&P resistance to watch if we can get there stands at 1198-1202, and then the recent highs of this Read more…


Morning Call: How Will Market React to Bernanke, President Obama Speeches?

September 8th, 2011

US stock futures point to a flat open this morning following a strong two-day snap back in the market. Tuesday’s 3% gap down triggered fears of a deeper correction, but buyers stepped in aggressively to erase all of those losses from the holiday weekend. Yesterday’s continuation even has the S&P close to filling the gap from last Friday’s dismal jobs number. Bearishness had reached climactic levels–the highest since September 2007– Read more…


Morning Call: Has Storm Passed, or Is This the Eye of the Hurricane?

August 15th, 2011

Usually, violent storms don’t just go away! There usually is a pause or an eye before the violence continues. I would not chase higher prices in this turbulent makret, but since we had such a big move lower there is still room to churn higher. You don’t have to trade the noise, simply wait for more Read more…


Morning Call: China Growth Overshadows Europe Malaise, Market Awaits Bernanke Testimony

July 13th, 2011

US stock futures point to a higher open on Wall St Wednesday, following an afternoon drop yesterday that ensured a 4th consecutive down day for the market. Indices grasped to hold their 50-day moving averages yesterday, but most leading stocks are still holding above their 10day or 20day moving averages. This tells me, you Read more…


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