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SWAG on $DIS (Disney)

The Walt Disney Company, commonly known as Disney, is an American diversified multinational mass media and entertainment conglomerate headquartered at the Walt Disney Studios in Burbank, California.Wikipedia CEO: Bob Iger Founded: October 16, 1923, Los Angeles, California, United States Headquarters: Burbank, California, United States Revenue: 52.46 billion USD (2015) Net income: 8.38 billion USD (2015) Subsidiaries: Pixar,…

SWAG on $TWTR

Twitter is an online social networking service that enables users to send and read short 140-character messages called “tweets”. Registered users can read and post tweets, but those who are unregistered can only read them. Wikipedia Founded: March 21, 2006, San Francisco, California, United States CEO : Jack Dorsey Headquarters : San Francisco, California, United States Founders:…

SWAG on Copper $HGM6

After our successful run up with “coffee” $KCN6 we will be going for another futures trade which is “copper” or HGM6 at the Commodities Exchange (COMEX) in New York. Just like any other futures contract HGM6 has its own specifications. Contract Specifications:HG_,COMEX Trading Unit: 25,000 pounds Tick Size: 0.05 cents/lb. = $12.50 Quoted Units: US $ per pound Initial Margin:…

SWAG on Coffee $KCN6

As we have claimed several times, SWAG works on all markets and that includes commodities. How? Same thing as how SWAG works on Forex, equities and bonds, the Almighty SMA(20) and EMA(13) crosses. Let’s run down how we did it on “coffee”. From the previous post we talked about “Who Trades Coffee?” well, it’s not just…

Who Trades Coffee?

Next to oil, no, it’s not gold, I’m sorry, but coffee is the second most traded commodity in the market. Originally cultivated in the hills of Ethiopia, coffee has been revered as the beverage of the gods and has been traded in different markets for thousands of years. Coffee, in the modern market is traded…

Top Ten Most Traded Commodities

The list of the most common commodities and the exchanges they are normally dealt through are given below: Crude Oil and derivatives – The most commonly traded commodity is Crude Oil, and its various derivatives such as heating oil and gasoline. These commodities are mostly traded in the New York Mercantile Exchange [NYMEX], ICE Futures,…