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1,030.62 -17.98    -1.71%
16:02:12 GMT - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Agriculture
Unit: 1 Bushel

  • Prev. Close: 1,048.60
  • Open: 1,047.38
  • Day's Range: 1,027.38 - 1,047.88
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US Soybeans 1,030.62 -17.98 -1.71%

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James Sawatzky
James Sawatzky 12 hours ago
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Hey Francisco which books do you recommend by WD Gann? Which ones did you learn the most from and find most useful?
Francisco D Anconia
HankRearden 12 hours ago
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Hmmm...this is a hard question and I've been asked it a few times. Well for sure his "Master Commodities Course" is phenomenal, however after the first few chapters it can get quite intense and most people...especially those new to Gann will be lost. He has a way of writing that is very vague and even secretive at times. For one he was a 33rd degree Mason and kept much of his knowledge secret, secondly he continually will say "the only way to learn what I say is by doing what I'm saying". Gann was a very very hard working man...the amount of work he did in his life, from what I understand is simply astonishing. So he's very much of the belief that people must earn their way, nothing is for free. And because of this, there's no one fix...no one answer or even a few lol. The best way I can explain Gann to someone is by saying that it's almost like learning a philosophy or a form of math...you must understand the premise and principles or you'll be lost. The way he wrote....
Francisco D Anconia
HankRearden 12 hours ago
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it's just....it's not like the technical analysis books that're published now a days with a bunch of charts and the author saying do this and do that. Hel...there's really barely any charts in his books, he literally gives you the data and expects you to make up the chart! lol...and in some cases he says for you to obtain it...you know, he did his writing from 1920-1950's so it's a totally different world back then. Another key thing you must know, which I learned later on, is that much of the courses he wrote like in the Master Commodities Course...they were written with the intention of him teaching the material IN PERSON. So they were in some ways just like cheat sheets and the details were explained in person. I don't want to discourage you, it's a wonderful subject to study...hel I've spent yearrrs studying him/his work, it's very fascinating. But uhhh def check out Master Commodities Course, Truth of the Stock Tape, 45 Years on Wall Street, How to Make Profits in Commodities
Francisco D Anconia
HankRearden 16 hours ago
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Measured buy is 1044, so 1043-1045...extension to 1041, breaking today's low then measurement incorrect.
Francisco D Anconia
HankRearden 14 hours ago
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*first batch triggered, next at 1042.50*
Brent McClaran
Brent McClaran 13 hours ago
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@Francisco D Anconia -im in long @1044. Have 2 orders @ 1042 & 1040.5......where you thinking this will rise to?
Francisco D Anconia
HankRearden 12 hours ago
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Well I have rest of month shaping up two ways. Down into Monday/Wed and then up into end of month say 24/25/26 then big top and down hard into January. If today holds and we move up, which I'm not really enthusiastic about this night time trading...if we go up from here we make final December top next week Mon/Wed and then down into January....idk...I may dump all this at cost/commissions cuz the pop didn't hold and it's now made a new low...if yesterday's low hold though then it should be good...I generally like to see immediate lift off from my entries lol!....but december tops I'm looking at 1070-80...1090's at most...then it's summertime, nothing but shorts! lol
Francisco D Anconia
HankRearden 12 hours ago
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1048 is the measured short entry...so, that's an important price level right now...1048-1050...need to take that....probably will be like yesterday, no overnight movement...only USA traders moving this. If new high is made 1057 should have mega resistance, above that it's flying....
Francisco D Anconia
HankRearden 12 hours ago
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p.s. this is a risky buy only because we went 3 days down from 1065 top, then 3 days up from 1022 bottom.....so Friday could be the third day down from 1061.75...it's in middle of zone and either way wouldn't surprise me....Tuesday buying was a phenomenal setup though....this is a little diff but I felt it worth trading.
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Francisco D Anconia
HankRearden Dec 06, 2016 1:00PM GMT
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was really good buying...old tops new bottom.
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