Trading strategies today : Commodity - Gold Silver Copper WTI Corn Sugar Futures prices forecast for Position and Swing Trading


The above may be helpful for Position and Swing Trading. Strategy and forecast can be right or wrong.    For Reference Only.   Trading   Commodity   Forex   Stock   Charts

How to read the table above:

1) Current (Current Price) : The current price of the item. The current price of the table is not updated automatically.
2) Current Profits : The amount of profits from the current price.
3) Current Profits % = Current Profits ÷ Entry Price x 100

4) Closed (Closed Price) : This price will be witten when being judged it is time to come out of the market. The price that is expected to be bought or sold at. The price may be higher or lower than the Target price and Current price.
5) Closed Profits : The Profit that is expected to be earned by closing the position at the Close Price.
6) Closed Profits (%) = Closed Profits ÷ Entry Price x 100

7) Target (Target Price) : The price that is expected to reach.
8) Target Profits : The profit that is expected to be gained when the price reaches the target.
9) Target Profits (%) = Target Profits ÷ Entry Price x 100

10) Stop (StopLoss) : StopLoss level varies widely depending on the style of trading.

11) Entry (Entry Price) : The price that is expected to be bought or sold at. The price may be higher or lower than the price of Entry Date.
12) Entry D (Entry Date) : The date I decide it is time to enter the market.
13) Close D (Closed Date) : The date when the position was closed.

Abbreviations used in the table are:
GOLD (Spot Gold, XAUUSD) SILV (Spot Silver, XAGUSD) PLAT (Platinum Futures, CME NYMEX: PL) COPP (High Copper Futures, CME COMEX: HG) WTI (WTI crude oil futures, CME NYMEX: CL) GAS (Natural gas futures, CME NYMEX: NG) CORN (Corn futures, CME CBOT: ZC) WHEA (Wheat Futures, CME CBOT: ZW) SOY (Soybean Futures, CME CBOT: ZS) SUGA (Sugar # 11 Futures, ICE US: SB) COFF (Coffee C Futures, ICE US: KC) COCO (Cocoa Futures, ICE US: CC) COTT (Cotton #2 Futures, ICE US: CT)

Position Trading : hold a position for the long-term (weeks to months and years) to profit from the move in the primary trend. Swing Trading : a short-term(days to a couple of weeks) trading method and focuses on taking smaller gains. Day Trading : Day trading could make it possible for trader to get some good profits fast. However, it can be very risky. It is very difficult to do and demands a high level of concentration. Trader has to sit in front of computer screens and practically glue their eyes to the price action. Day trader should use a risk-management method keeping capital losses to a minimum. Again, day trading could be Very Risky.