Short “squeeze” in the May 2019 OJ market…well done!
Brian Cullen of Daniels Trading - InsideFutures.com - Fri May 10, 4:58PM CDT

May 2019 Orange Juice

Good Afternoon –

May ORANGE JUICE:
(OJ-MK19)

FIRST OBJECTIVE HIT at 122.00! As a result, our target is within reach!

I would like to move this stop up just below today’s low. Therefore, it is up to you if you would like that 126.00 exit order working or not OR just keep trailing the stop.

LONG this market at 117.00

…last traded 125.50   +$1275 so far

Time to reward the market and move some stops…or take profits if you are satisfied. 
Well done to all those participating!!

*** MOVE STOP from 121.00 to 124.00  (locking in $1050)***

LET’S DO THIS!!!

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May 2019 OJ chart

 

 

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