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Coffee Bulls Are At It Again…

| August 27, 2014 | 0 Comments
Coffee Bulls Are At It Again…

Don’t look now, but the price of your morning cup of Joe is about to jump… Coffee prices are pressing the $2 a pound level this morning as Brazilian harvest reports reveal the early year drought did ample damage to the delicate trees. As you may remember, the commodity surged 82% earlier this year on […]

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Stocks Got You Down? Look At Commodities…

| April 14, 2014 | 0 Comments
Stocks Got You Down? Look At Commodities…

Last week was ugly for stocks. The Dow, Nasdaq, and S&P 500 all fell over 2% as investors fretted about valuations, geopolitics, and the oncoming earnings season.  This month’s downdraft has the major indexes in the red for the year. But commodities are still holding strong… In fact, the Reuters/Jeffries CRB Index just jumped to […]

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That Coffee Trade? Collect Your Profits!

| April 9, 2014 | 0 Comments
That Coffee Trade?  Collect Your Profits!

That didn’t take long… Coffee surged to multi-week highs at $2 a pound in yesterday’s trading session.  That’s a 17% gain from the $1.70 lows set on April 2nd. As you may remember, I pointed a low-risk/high reward trade setup in the coffee market on March 31st.  In case you missed that article, you can […]

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A Free Low-Risk Trade Idea…

| March 31, 2014 | 0 Comments
A Free Low-Risk Trade Idea…

As you know from recent articles, coffee is the top-performing commodity of 2014.  Brazilian drought worries sent the luscious bean soaring from $1 a pound in November 2013 to just over $2 in early March. But over the past few weeks, the commodity has cooled.  In fact, coffee fell from $2.05 to $1.70 over a […]

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Coffee: Buyer Beware!

| February 27, 2014 | 0 Comments
Coffee:  Buyer Beware!

What’s the biggest commodity gainer year-to-date? Natural gas? Silver? … nope. It’s coffee.  The benevolent bean is up an eye-popping 59% since the start of the year.  Brazilian drought fears have investors pushing coffee to $1.76 a pound- the highest price since late 2012. Take a look…   As you can see, coffee has made […]

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Coffee Bulls Are Back!

| February 3, 2014 | 0 Comments
Coffee Bulls Are Back!

After a three-year hiatus, coffee bulls are officially back! The luscious commodity is making fantastic gains thanks to quickly changing fundamental forecasts.   As a matter of fact, coffee is overtaking natural gas as this year’s top performing commodity with year-to-date gains of 20%! But before I reveal what has this market popping like a Mexican […]

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Softs Update: A Bullish Jolt For Coffee Investors!

| December 17, 2013 | 0 Comments
Softs Update: A Bullish Jolt For Coffee Investors!

After suffering a brutal 2½-year downtrend, the price of coffee is suddenly reversing higher.  In fact, the luscious bean is currently trading at a 2-month high near $1.15 a pound. And even more importantly, the commodity is breaking through an important technical resistance area. Take a look… As you can see, coffee is breaking above […]

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Cocoa, Cotton, And Coffee: Three Soft Commodities Making Moves…

| June 10, 2013 | 0 Comments
Cocoa, Cotton, And Coffee:  Three Soft Commodities Making Moves…

Soft commodities are making some hefty price moves in recent trading. Here’s an update on the ones seeing the most volatility… First of all, cocoa bulls are roaring once again.  In fact, this commodity was the second biggest gainer amongst all commodities last week, rising 7.5%. What’s sending cocoa higher? As I’ve mentioned in previous […]

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Time To Sell These Stocks!

| March 15, 2013 | 0 Comments
Time To Sell These Stocks!

In late November 2012, I suggested investors would be well served by making bullish trades in Starbucks (SBUX), Dunkin’ Brands (DNKN), and Caribou Coffee (CBOU).  My thesis revolved around the fact that coffee prices were cheap and getting cheaper.  Thanks to dwindling bean prices, coffee companies were percolating better margins… and would likely see their […]

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