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Bill Baruch is president and founder of Blue Line Futures, a futures and commodities brokerage firm. Mr. Baruch has more than a decade of trading experience and works with clients of all shapes and sizes. He focuses on developing trading strategies that present a clear objective for both ... more

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Tech Talk - The Wheat Market Trade
On the back of Friday's USDA/WASDE report, here is a layout on what to watch for the Chicago wheat contract on a technical basis.
Futures Outlook On Oil
With a lot of OPEC+ compliance chatter around continued production cuts, the question remains if Russia will play in accordance with Saudi Arabian expectations.
Tech Talk - The Trade In The Wheat Market
Ahead of Friday's USDA report, Oliver Sloup covers the chart of the Chicago wheat market. Looking at a psychologically important pocket for the market, Oliver lays out what could be an inflection point for the contract going forward.
Market Movers Of The Week
A quick look at the market movers of the week.
What's Moving The Markets July 2
We are running a Guess the Number competition for tomorrow's Nonfarm Payrolls. Meanwhile Real Estate numbers are recovering and Technology continues to look good.
What's Moving Metals Focus - The Trade In Precious Metals And Stocks
After risk-on sentiment on the back of strong Consumer Confidence data, Bill Baruch takes an in-depth look at gold, silver, platinum and palladium in today's What's Moving segment.
Weekly Highlights In The Markets - Saturday, June 20
Bill Baruch provides a recap of the Blue Lines Futures watchlist and events throughout the past week.
What's Moving The Markets?
Bill Baruch breaks down what is moving the markets and what it means for traders in this quick video summary.
Morning Express
U.S benchmarks are firm this morning, gaining ground across the board. The S&P traded to a seven and a half week high ahead of the bell yesterday but some of the largest stocks led a wave of profit taking ahead of earnings.
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