Sunday, November 06, 2005

November Update

Market Update

Wow, it's been a few weeks. My how time flies.

I was lucky enough to attend a recent seminar in Atlanta. This highlighted to me, the ever increasing differences between airlines and customer service.

Qantas seems to be slowly lifting it's service, while Delta seems to have dropped theirs altogether. Most disappointing. And the contractors that support the Patriot Act in US airports, TGA, should be fined for the behavior that they exhibit. But that's another story altogether.

Let's looks at where the markets are today for our Gold Options Made Easy strategy.

There have been relatively few opportunities since the last update. But for the game, Natural Gas, Gold and Silver are all coming off recent highs. But we're in a funny period, as the DEC contract is too close and the FEB/MAR contracts are too far away for us to really be comfortable.

A risky play would be in Natural Gas and looking at the JAN contract.

Crude Oil is dropping from highs, but may be worth a look at the JAN contract as well.

Orange Juice is hitting new highs as is Copper. Copper's volatility is moving up through 27.5%.

The grains, Soybean, Corn and Wheat are all dropping - presenting nothing for us anytime soon.

Cheers,
Murray

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