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As we close the month of November, we are sad to report that Covid-19 has reclaimed the top spot as the single most important variable for the agricultural, and most other, markets, says Chad Burlet of Third Street Ag Investments, LLC.
I come across many traders every week, each with different styles, backgrounds, levels of experience, and preferred trading vehicle—futures, commodities, stocks, options, crypto. They all want to know...When am I supposed to sell, states Bob Lang of Explosive Options.
Just when you think the coronavirus will start fading off into the distance it makes a comeback with the new Omicron variant, states Steve Reitmeister, editor of Reitmeister Total Return.
Euro’s weekly, three-day dhart candlesticks may tempt traders to buy call spreads, while Bitcoin’s and gold’s breakout directions are unclear, writes Trevor Smith of Trevor's Trading.
I look at a lot of company earnings reports during a typical earnings season, so it takes more than just a decent report to really stand out in my mind. McDonald’s (MCD) recently delivered a true attention-getter, suggests Chuck Carlson, editor of DRIP Investor.
I’m a fan of Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups; indeed, the brand must be doing something right because it generates more than $2 billion in annual sales and is consistently the top-selling candy in the United States, notes Kelly Green in Martin Weiss' advisory service, Weiss Ratings Daily.
Multiple recent cybersecurity hacks have again demonstrated the importance of strong cybersecurity for both the private sector and all levels of government, even generating a presidential executive order, observes Joseph Bonner, an analyst with Argus Research.
Eagle Point Credit Company (ECC) is a closed-end fund that invests in CLOs (collateralized loan obligations). CLOs are bundles of corporate bank loans that are "securitized" and sold to investors, explains Rida Morwa, editor of High Dividend Opportunities.
Someone pointed out that if you jumble the letters in Omicron, it spells moronic; which in part explains some of the crazy moves in oil, says Phil Flynn of the PRICE Futures Group.
The S&P 500 (SPX) managed on Monday to claw back more than half of the losses from Friday after President Biden said there was no current need for further lockdowns, says Jon Markman, growth-stock specialist and editor of Strategic Advantage.

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