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US Cotton No.2 Futures - Mar 15 (CTH5)

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60.94 +0.12    (+0.20%)
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Type: Commodity
Group: Agriculture
Unit: 1 Pound

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  • Open: 60.71
  • Day's Range: 60.32 - 60.96
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US Cotton No.2 Analysis

Andrew Thrasher
Corn Prices Poised To Rise?
By Andrew Thrasher - Oct 30, 2014

Lately, the sexy market has been equities, but certain commodities have begun to shape up nicely as well. I’ve been fairly vocal about commodities this year. My favorite market coming into 2014 was ...

Andrew Thrasher
Time To Add Some Alpha?
By Andrew Thrasher - Oct 13, 2014

It seems the warning flags that the market internals (momentum and breadth) had been showing us were correct. Back on September 22nd I wrote: I think right now the U.S. equity market is showing some...

Justin Smyth
Commodities May Be Bottoming
By Justin Smyth - Sep 17, 2014

There's been a dramatic collapse in commodities since the April/May timeframe. Grains have gotten absolutely crushed. Corn, wheat, and soybeans all were looking promising earlier in the year and ...

Petros Steriotis
Friday’s Cotton Outlook
By Petros Steriotis - Sep 12, 2014

Cotton December futures rebounding this week from multi-year support levels. Nest resistance @ 67.72 (August high) and 68 (mid-July consolidation area). If these are exceeded, there may be more upside...

Tiho Brkan
Agriculture Selling Pressure Stops
By Tiho Brkan - Aug 22, 2014

Chart 1: After awful three months agricultural commodities are basing About a week ago, we looked at extremely bearish sentiment conditions in the Agricultural sector. We concluded that 5 out of the ...

Tiho Brkan
Commodities Watch: Ags Remain Bearish
By Tiho Brkan - Aug 13, 2014

Chart 1: Agricultural Index has become extremely oversold as of late  Source: Short Side of Long Agricultural prices have been bashed, smashed and trashed very hard over the last several months. It is...

Tiho Brkan
Cotton Prices Slaughtered
By Tiho Brkan - Aug 03, 2014

There are many ways to skin a cat, that is for sure. Majority of the time, this blog focuses on contrarian opportunities. Some trade setups are more catered towards investors with a view of putting ...

Matthew Bradbard
Cotton's Line In The Sand
By Matthew Bradbard - Jul 22, 2014

December Cotton futures have depreciated nearly 20% since the first week of May. It would appear that prices are finding their footing near 68 cents consolidating just above that level for the last ...

Gregory W. Harmon
Pick Your Bale Of Cotton Carefully
By Gregory W. Harmon - Jul 17, 2014

Another potential contrarian play is setting up in US Cotton No.2. The Cotton ETF (iPath DJ-UBS Cotton TR Sub-Index (NYSE:BAL)) has looked horrible since the beginning of May. After a leg lower to 52 ...

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Mitesh Sanghvi
Mitesh Sanghvi Dec 16, 2014 08:57AM GMT
what about cotton anybody guys.

Sevak Khadatkar
Sevak Khadatkar Dec 12, 2014 01:26PM GMT
Boom Boom Cotton...... On 11th 2014, India has lowered down the Production estimate [It is lower than last year's] Earlier Estimate was Robust production compared to last year's production. Now recently , it is lowered down [latest] , lower than last year's production.
Funter Bacha
Funter Bacha Dec 12, 2014 06:48PM GMT
now where market ll go.sir plz reply fast here in pakistan market is stable now. but spinning miller sayn there is no buying of yarn ...

Sevak Khadatkar
Sevak Khadatkar Dec 12, 2014 09:47AM GMT
Boom Boom Cotton...... On 11th 2014, India has lowered down the Production estimate [It is lower than last year's] Earlier Estimate was Robust production, or than last year's. Now recently , it is lowered down [latest ].
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