Quaid’s option players comp’s and there are a boatload, meats, milkputsfor the one guy out there.
For the guys that think value in free stuff.
CORN- We missed a 3rdoutside up day, a whopper, of 3 of them in 7days.
Before all jacked bullish to me, no goofing around a stop below that TL of mine, in case.
I got a nice call from a Texan Rancher, under 40 which is that age where, you got bigger stones but the lesson here is patience to play my levels. If you have a feel and I have levels
I just put my expertise in front of a client audience and you play your own game.
It was a recap but quite extensive since if you can lay it on the line when the market is blowing others out on emotion, and money. I never use the names of course but the gold on that green rock ass bottom and traded the money that day.
Can I say how much? Over $20 that day off the last 1622, bang some BOfor 6k here and others but my point this guy got some value for cheap admission, yeah when it works;
If you do not have your balls in mouth syndrum it leaves room for good opportunity on these big swings.
Crude 10% two day moves or BO playing the olive down to greens or whatever.
I also need new material and this is more for encouragement to others.
oh yeah- MY NEW # 224 277 9237 the burner which is what drug guys I guess call them.
GLD did an outside up but
IF YOU HAD BUY DEC GC 1621.40 WAS TL today, slightly downsloping and the 1st break off that ballbuster rally up to 1800.
LHZ has some bids at my levles little lower I see 140pm after close. Go figure. Standing bids, 60 contract ticks apart if looking to cover DEC short hedges. 9050 still has 50 on high, 330 traded top 3 ticks up there today. enough. Nobody reads this.
Do they? HOGS have offers up there and maybe why LH producers not too afraid.
SELL JUNE HOGS up by highs, new high stop and forget off cuff snorkyness.
FEEDERS- Don’t give up for some bulls with tight sell stops and TOL thinking out loud, last tiem spelling it.
FC still has lower pattern 90 min, 2nd bar today by few ticks.
Maybe a buy stop FRI above the mkt where if they decide to buy, you back long and then worry about it.
Just an idea and this could be in anything. Like Gold one bar down 15,000,
then next bar up, 1500. Is that the same old mentor boss I once worked for like that CT move last year? was it 89 then clean blast straight up?
If it holds, or folds. How do you expect one trade and then give up?
You can either play these #’s or risk is all out of joint imo.
BO recap- up to olive sells then break fast down to greens have been hot HFT algo play. Backs cleanest, dragged up on DEC blowoff. 500 points was sequence. It’s fractal math and I am a broker.
A lifetime ago Paul Tudor Jones hired as Sr discretionary trader. A mentored thought process but how many mkts can anyone trade?
This is a war on the white society. Since election it is everyday violence.
HANGING ON THE speculative trades can tire you by the time it goes. the mkts job.
Oh yeah- ADM came out with fade, news and this rancher picked up on it even if you don’t fade it,
you did not get sucked in.
These , silence as I search for proper pronoun, lol now think of futures mkts as a piggy bank to, trade snicker against.
That’s why if you got up $30k in a day bang the P. and don’t look back because it’s in the bank.
It can work.
LIVE CATTLE OUTSIDE DOWN TODAY. Kind of splitting hairs with that OLS less that buckhigher, ON Short hedge your inventory of cattle.
COTTON- I have nothing tosay, except the levels or math of these algos.
These NY HFT algos are all trading the same patterns I display.
HOGS- one got a little too qute and missed by a tick over 9050. You know how I suggest to round down in this case.
These CQG charts are the artwork of high frequency trading outfits.
ALA boy- it is not paranoid if they are really after you. Enough.
Client chart letter comes out immediately after. Yeah I am selling services.
If you can’t afford to lose money, you can’t trade. arp.
How about a teaser FEDDER. It’s perspective and you have to think. Or pay something.
Client newsletter charts next.
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From: PJ Quaid <email@example.com> Sent: Wednesday, November 23, 2022 1:26 PM To: PJ Quaid <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: ag options recap from 11/23
closed tomorrow day and night…hard open friday with a noon close
ltd for dec options is friday
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sold 300 jan 650 puts @ 6 1/8
bought 500 feb 700/750/800 call flies paying 5
bought 1000 march 630 puts vs selling 500 march 700 calls paying 8 covered vs 666
bought 300 march july even/+20 cso call spreads paying 7
bought 300 march 700/800 call spreads paying 10 1/4 covered vs 660
bought 100 short july 550/540 put spreads paying 2 3/4
bought 100 march 730/830 call spreads paying 5 1/2
bought 500 feb 600 puts paying 3 1/2
bought 450 jan 650p/655c strangles paying 23 5/8 to 23 3/4
sold 150 jan 660p/665c strangles @ 23 1/4
sold 150 jan 650p/675c strangles @ 15 3/8
sold 150 jan 640p/685c strangles @ 9 3/4
sold 150 jan 630p/700c strangles @ 5 1/2
sold 500 march 630 puts from 12 3/4 down to 12 5/8
bought 100 march 680 puts vs selling 200 march 630 puts paying 12 3/8
sold 400 jan 715 calls @ 1 5/8
bought 100 july nov +100 cso calls vs selling the +30 puts paying 13
bought 100 march 1520 calls paying 21 1/4
sold 300 jan 1460 calls from 14 down to 13 7/8
bought 150 feb 1400 puts vs selling 300 feb 1300 puts paying 16 1/2
sold 100 july 1640 calls @ 25 1/2
bought 400 march 1480 calls paying 33 3/4 covered vs 1435 1/4
bought 200 jan 1440 calls paying 21 3/8 to 21 5/8
bought 600 jan 1440/1900 call spreads paying 21 5/8 covered vs 1428 1/2
bought 200 march 1440 straddles paying 103
sold 800 jan/feb 1440 call spreads @ 18
bought 400 dec 1450 calls vs selling the 1420 puts paying even to 1/4
bought 2000 jan march -10 puts paying 1 1/2 to 1 3/4
bought 200 jan 415 calls paying 6.50 to 6.60 covered vs 409.3
bought 200 jan 425/440 call spreads paying 1.90
bought 100 dec 410 calls paying 2.05
bought 100 march 435 calls vs selling the 380 puts paying even
sold 200 dec 410 calls @ 2.30
bought 100 march 450/500 call spreads paying 3.60
bought 200 march 420/440/460 call trees paying 1.05
sold 250 dec 7350/7500 call spreads @ .950
sold 200 march 6950 straddles @ 8.255
bought 200 jan 72 puts paying 3.170 to 3.230
bought 150 dec 70p/79c strangles vs selling the jan 65p/78c strangles collecting 1.120
bought 250 jan 71 puts paying 2.330 to 2.350
bought 100 jan 70 puts paying 2.130
bought 100 jan 68 puts payng 1.280
sold 600 march 90 calls @ .345
on a block
bought 350 march 65 puts paying 2.090
bought 150 march 850/1000 call spreads paying 21 5/8 covered vs 801
bought 500 dec 785 puts paying 5 3/4 to 6
bought 500 feb 900/980 call spreads covered vs 805 against selling the dec 800 puts covered vs 786 collecting 9 1/2 down to 9 3/8
sold 300 dec 785 puts from 6 1/2 down to 6
bought 100 jan 840/870 call spreads vs selling the 760 puts collecting 5/8
bought 200 march 750 puts vs selling the 950/1050 call spreads paying 13 3/8
sold 200 sept 800 puts from 41 1/2 down to 41 1/8 covered vs 893 3/4
sold 150 july 800 puts @ 29 5/8 covered vs 895 1/2
bought 250 march 860 calls paying 20
class 3 milk
bought 100 jan, feb and march 16 puts paying .23
bought 200 oct 102 calls vs selling the 72 puts paying 1.500 covered vs 91.000
sold 300 april 104 calls @ 1.80
bought 200 june 68 puts paying .200
bought 150 dec 75 puts paying .075
sold 250 dec 85 calls @ 1.05
bought 200 dec 84 calls paying 1.525
sold 100 oct 160 straddles @ 12.225
bought 100 dec 152 calls paying 2.900
bought 500 dec 151 puts vs selling the jan 155 puts collecting 1.300 to 1.550
bought 500 jan 157/161 call spreads paying 1.375
bought 200 dec 156 calls payign .275
bought 200 aug 154 puts vs selling 400 aug 146 puts paying .350
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