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move, depending on the Commodity?

I am trying to find a Spreadsheet, that lists how much each " move/tick " is worth for all of the various Commodities , vs having to go to CME and look them all up individually.....
CL, GC, ZS,ZC,KC,OJ,LE,etc...

Some of the commodities have moves in the,
.0001 , .0005, .01 , .05 , .10 , $1 , $10 price ranges,
and it would be great to have a spreadsheet to look at , with all of this listed as a quick reference guide

I have been searching for a spreadsheet fir this, and have not found one , so I was hoping someone here on the futures.io (formerly BMT) forums could post or guide me to where I can find one


Also, while I'm thinking about it, since some commodities moves are .0001 of 1 cent,
what would be the best way to place " realistic " profit targets .... just use a 14 day period ADR ?

Thanks so much

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https://www.cmegroup.com/confluence/display/EPICSANDBOX/GCC+Product+Resources

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Thanks addchild,
that's exactly what I was looking for

Question.... you don't happen to have this is an Excel type document do you ?

Thanks again

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Not a spreadsheet, but can easily be copied and pasted into a spreadsheet in about 5 seconds as I have done this before but did not save it.

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Thank you haonkered for that link

I saved each of the individual commodity markets to my desktop, for a quick reference

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Thanks addchild,
that's exactly what I was looking for

Question.... you don't happen to have this is an Excel type document do you ?

Thanks again

You can download the GCC Product Reference Sheet.xls from that page

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Hi addchild,
I downloaded and saved that as well top my desktop

Thanks again for posting the link

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Not a spreadsheet, but can easily be copied and pasted into a spreadsheet in about 5 seconds as I have done this before but did not save it.

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Wow they list Brent as a NYMEX contract!

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