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Trading for Fun
Memphis, USA
 
Futures Experience: Beginner
Platform: MBT
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Posts: 84 since Jun 2011
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Trade #6 July Natural Gas

After falling overnight, July NG is back up this morning. Bought at 443, stop working at 438.

Update 9:15am: stop hit for a loss.


Last edited by Jameson; June 22nd, 2011 at 11:17 AM.
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Futures Experience: Beginner
Platform: MBT
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Posts: 84 since Jun 2011
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Trade #7 Dec Corn

Sold December Corn at 660, stop placed at 670. More selling today in the grains. I was thinking that after last week's bloodbath there would be more buying. I guess not. Corn is on its way to limit down as I write this.

Update 11:10am: Corn is limit down for the third time in a week. Stop moved to entry point of 660.


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Trade #8 July Nat Gas


Sold July gas at 434, stop working at 439.

Update 8pm: stop moved to 434, ensuring of me of no or very minimal loss. My target to move the stop was 429 and it didn't quite get there. It got to like 4296 then started drifting up. I figure that was close enough; I'm not going to risk a loss over that last $60 per contract. I have pretty firm rules about trading but there is some room for judgment.


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Trade #9 July Soybeans

Sold July beans at 1330; stop 1340. After a quiet few days things are humming again.

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