I want to say and wish you all a pleasant holiday season. I hope you all are making progress in all your desires, and especially for all my traders out there, on your trading.
One of the greatest advantageswe have withspread trading futures is that we get to leverage our time to do other things in life. This other day in a group an outright futures trader mentioned to me that he is considering the move over to spreads as outright trading is tearing up his time freedom, his emotions, and his sanity. I couldn't relate any more. I do not miss those days, AT ALL!
ENOUGH SMALL TALK!
Volume is lighter through the holidays and opportunitiescan be harder to find. Easy for someone to come into a spread with light volume and move it around. If you have been following my other trade alerts for the last several weeks, we have three open trade currently.
I am looking at an opportunity approaching on Orange Juice. Not taking the trade officially until I see more sellers come in this week and can push this to extreme lows. I would like to go long March (OJH20) and go short July (OJN20)
BE CONSISTENT IN YOUR PURSUITS, AND TRADE IT WHEN YOU SEE IT!
Last 15 years hypothetical statistical data is showing that the last 15 years were all 93% winners, with a 101% average profit to draw-down ratio. This is really good. A good entry point would be -6.95 long the spread. I remember not holding my last December spread long enough so the data seems to be true. Patience in these markets.
Average profit $511
Average Loss $131
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