Entries by Mad Hedge Fund Trader

July 19, 2010 - The Grains Are On Fire

Featured Trades: (SOYB), (CORN), (WEAT) Teucrium Agricultural Trust Corn Fund Teucrium Agricultural Trust Soybean Fund Teucrium Agricultural Trust Wheat Fund 2) The Grains Are On Fire. I bet I'm the only guy you know whose wedding was filmed by the KGB. My friend, the TASS correspondent, Yuri, shot the entire assembled foreign press at the

July 19, 2010 - Take the Money and Run from BP

Featured Trades: (BP) 3) Take the Money and Run from BP. If you followed my advice to buy BP at $29 on June 17 (click here for my piece), please sell it. It peaked at $40 yesterday. Take the easy money and run. I've never seen a better opportunity to buy the rumor and sell

July 16, 2010 - The Baltic Dry Index Versus Container Rates

Featured Trades: (BALTIC DRY INDEX), ($BDI), (CONTAINER RATES), (US RAIL TRAFFIC) 1) The Baltic Dry Index Versus Container Rates: Who to Believe? There is a ferocious debate underway among economists over which leading indicator to believe, the Baltic Dry Index, or international container shipping rates. The BDI, a measure of the cost of chartering bulk

July 16, 2010 - Serve Yourself a Piece of Yellow Cake

Featured Trades: (URANIUM), (CEI:FP), (PDN:AU), (CCJ) 3) Serve Yourself a Piece of Yellow Cake. Uranium traders have been stunned by a sudden Chinese effort to corner the supplies in an effort to fuel the world's most ambitious nuclear program. The once moribund market now suddenly sees buyers everywhere as the Chinese ramp up their purchases

July 16, 2010 - China Puts the Squeeze on Rare Earths

Featured Trades: (RARE EARTHS), (AVARF.PK), (GWMGF.PK), (RAREF.PK), (LYSCF) 4) China Puts the Squeeze on Rare Earths. China has further tightened the screws on the world's rare earths market by announcing new export quotas that are only half of those seen last year. China's Ministry of Commerce has limited 2010 second half shipments by its 32

July 15, 2010 - Quote of the Day

'America has become a second rate power. It's fiscal and trade deficits are at nightmare proportions. In the days of the free market when our country was a top industrial power, there was accountability to the stockholder. The Carnegies, the Mellons, and the men who built this great empire made sure of it because it