Turnaround Tuesday – Market Rallies Back to our Shorting Lines

See, this is why Monday's are pointless.

Everything that happened in yesterday's ultra low-volume sell-off has been reversed already and NOW the week can finally begin.  Still, it didn't stop us from making a very quick $1,000 per contract on the oil trade we talked about in yesterday's morning post – you are very welcome!  

Remember, I can only tell you what the maket is going to do and how to make money trading it – the rest is up to you…

The default contracts rolled over this morning and now we're watching /CLZ6, the December contracts, which are 0.50 higher and have less pressure on them so we're not as enthusiastic with our shorts today but $51, if we hit it, will still be worth a toss on the short side.  

Another thing we knew yesterday was that Fed Vice-Chairman Fisher was the only hawk speaking this week and he had his swing at bat and was actually very gentle and now we have no Fed Speakers today but we do have the Consumer Price Index at 8:30 and, other than employment figures, that's the #1 indicator that influences the Fed.  

This is September CPI and August was 0.2% but 0.3% at the core, which excludes food and energy.  Oil got more expensive in September as did many foods including coffee, which we nailed the bottom on in earlier in the year and which we just discussed on Money Talk last week as a finalist for our 2017 Trade of the Year – though it won't make the finals if it takes off too quickly for our Thankgiving official pick!

Of course, that didn't stop us from adding it to our Long-Term Portfolio for our Members earlier in the year though currently we've cashed those out and added the Coffee ETF (JO) to our Options Opportunity Portfolio in the following trade:

JO is already blasting over our goal at $23.18 as of yesterday's close and, if we stay over $22 through March, this net $1,650 trade will return $4,500 for a $2,850 gain on cash (172%) in just 6…
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