Today is Sunday and we traditionally summarize the last trading week.
Last week was unsuccessful. We have profit in natural gas. Loss was recorded in Mexican Peso and this loss is greater than the profit.
At this moment we have no open positions.
So, let’s start.
NATURAL GAS – closed position, profit $1,740
The signal was formed as a result of the analysis of the COT report from week 02. It was signal by uptrend.
The trade was speculative based on the current signal and cold weather forecast. The trade was opened on February 11th. Warm weather is forecast for next week and it was decided not to risk keeping the position and get out of it rather quickly. The trade was through one lot. The profit was $1,740.
In general, natural gas has an upward trend and March is also forecast to be cold. Therefore, there may be interesting movements here, but we must be extremely careful, since natural gas is traded with gaps and is very sensitive to news factors.
MEXICAN PESO – closed position, loss $8,925
This is a idea from trading plan of week 07. There was a buy signal. On the weekly chart of the Mexican Peso, we see attempts at growth.
But if we look at the refined model, then all buy signals that are indicated by triangles on the chart are absorbed (yellow circle).
That is, there is a bearish trend in the market. Although the Mexican Peso has a rebounding uptrend and the price is above MA52, the last signal was canceled last week as the high of the bar was rewritten. The market is still bearish here. We should wait for a more bullish market here.
The trade was opened on February 15th. Since the signal was canceled in the middle of the week, it was decided in the middle of the week to reduce the risks and move the stop loss. On Thursday, the deal was closed with loss of $8,925. Small account has loss $600.
For now, we will be away from the Mexican Peso. As mentioned above, expect a more bullish market here.
This week, our standard CRB index is displayed in the trading platform with an error, so we attach a picture with an alternative CRB index, where a larger percentage of the energy sector. Here we see that while there is an upward movement. Despite the proximity to the seasonal inflection point, the market for commodities looks more bullish than bearish. Next week we will prioritize long positions.
That’s all about our trading in this week.
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