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US Coffee C Futures - Sep 15 (KCU5)

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02/07 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Agriculture
Unit: 1 Pound

  • Prev. Close: 126.98
  • Open: 127.50
  • Day's Range: 126.43 - 128.33
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Gregory W. Harmon
Java Blues: Coffee, Coffee, Coffee
By Gregory W. Harmon - Jun 03, 2015

Coffee has magical properties. Many people cannot wake up in the morning without it. Companies that sell it have thrived throughout the US, setting up shops like Starbucks (NASDAQ:SBUX), Pete’s,...

Roni Stern
The Truth About Your Cup Of Joe
By Roni Stern - May 13, 2015

"For a writer, it's more essential than food", those were the words of Joan Frank when asked about Coffee. It is one of the most traded commodities in the market and one of the most consumed products ...

Saxo Bank
Markets Price In Greek Default
By Saxo Bank - Mar 20, 2015

We begin with Greece where the markets are now pricing in a substantial probability of sovereign default (and potentially Grexit). The Greek banking system is losing deposits while the fiscal ...

Chris Vermeulen
3 Fear-Resistant Commodities
By Chris Vermeulen - Mar 09, 2015

On Friday, March 6 the US jobs report hit the wires. Equities were trading higher in premarket as we'd seen a strong selloff in the previous session followed by an equally strong high-volume rally. No...

Saxo Bank
EUR/USD: Facing Sub 1.1000 Challenge
By Saxo Bank - Mar 02, 2015

Dollar primedThe dollar rallied Friday and there seems little to be standing in the way of further gains this week with EUR/USD in particular, looking set for a sharp move that could take out 1.1000 ...

Gary Christenson
Broad Markets: An Exponential Explosion
By Gary Christenson - Feb 03, 2015

In 1913 the US national debt was less than $3 Billion, gold was real money and a cup of coffee cost a nickel. By 2015 the US national debt had increased to over $18,000,000,000,000 ($18 Trillion), the...

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mohamed hussien
mohamed hussien Jul 03, 2015 03:28AM GMT
if i look what happened to rice, wheat, soybean,sugar i have to guess that coffee has another major leg down remaining, before i was thinking that coffee made a floor at 128, but now have to entertain that this leg down might be the finally, and have no idea where it will end, it can't be 100 because that's what people expect, i would lean more towards 110, but definitely i don't want to miss it and will be willing to catch a falling knife. mean while if aussie rebound short it, because it has to react to china, my guess it will make new lows, more of a collapse if china is down again, you can short with confidence because the Aussie tight to the hip to china.
Khaled Mansoor
Khaled Mansoor Jul 03, 2015 10:58AM GMT
Mmmmm, i can take a little bit of a falling knife and stress of the word "little". And only because of my confidence in the fundamentals.

mohamed hussien
mohamed hussien Jul 02, 2015 06:26PM GMT
khaled honestly , i closed my position only to play it safe because as i said people sell so fast and than have to see clear skies before buying, thou if the referendum takes place in greece over the weekend, regardless of the outcome, The Euro should go up which takes the dollar down but the Euro doesn't care about the results but looks for certainty but knowing greece, this vote might not even take place, that's why is good to be in cash, but the second i see the dollar below 96, i am getting my getting my 2 contracts back, the more your trade coffee, the easier it get to play the volatility, and my advice always play it safe to enter and exit the volatility, always take 3 previous days as a measure for support and resistance.
Khaled Mansoor
Khaled Mansoor Jul 02, 2015 06:49PM GMT
Ya you are right. And when it comes to Greece on Sunday, who knows whats gonna happen? To be honest, i want Greeces uncertainty to be out of the way as fast as possible so that i can also trade oil and gold more freely. As for coffee, i did what i can but my mistake was doing 2 contracts. I should of just atarted with one and added more later.

mohamed hussien
mohamed hussien Jul 02, 2015 04:33PM GMT
the dollar chart is scaring me a bit, have to play it safe close my long @ 127.10
Khaled Mansoor
Khaled Mansoor Jul 02, 2015 04:38PM GMT
Thanks MH. Your insights have been certainly helpful. I closed my positions too. It was dissappointing as I had done my due diligence but this rally failed to start. Thats the market though. There is only so much a person can do. Im sure we can re enter at a better price next week though, if things work right
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