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Re: CFTC commitment of traders report

#82
nathanvbasko wrote:
Sat May 25, 2019 2:17 pm
1) CoT Reports ─ Futures Data (Speculative): mid to long-term positioning
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Note: CoT data are based on the Legacy data format
Previous: Week #20: 15th May 2019 (GMT+8)

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2) CoT Reports ─ Futures Data (Speculative): mid to long-term positioning
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Note: CoT data are based on the Legacy data format
Current: Week #21: 22nd May 2019 (GMT+8)

CoT_Data_05-22-2019_Speculative.jpg

3) CoT Reports ─ Futures Data (Managed Money - Fast or Slow Money): near to mid-term positioning
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Note: CoT data are based on the Legacy data format
Previous: Week #20: 15th May 2019 (GMT+8)

[attach]CoT_Data_05-15-2019_Managed.jpg;3345326[/attach]

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4) CoT Reports ─ Futures Data (Managed Money - Fast or Slow Money): near to mid-term positioning
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Note: CoT data are based on the Legacy data format
Current: Week #21: 22nd May 2019 (GMT+8)[attach]CoT_Data_05-22-2019_Managed.jpg;3345324[/attach]

CoT_Data_05-22-2019_Managed.jpg
thx v2 really useful to us this cot info u posting each closing week........

Re: CFTC commitment of traders report

#84
CoT Reports ─ Futures Data (Speculative): mid to long-term positioning
─────────────────────────────────
Current: Week #22: 29th May 2019 (GMT+8)
 
CoT_Data_05-29-2019_Speculative.jpg
 

 
CoT Reports ─ Futures Data (Managed Money - Fast or Slow Money): near to mid-term positioning
─────────────────────────────────
Current: Week #22: 29th May 2019 (GMT+8)
 
CoT_Data_05-29-2019_Managed.jpg
 
 
  
CoT Reports ─ Futures Data (Speculative): mid to long-term positioning
─────────────────────────────────
Previous: Week #21: 22nd May 2019 (GMT+8) 
 
CoT_Data_05-22-2019_Speculative.jpg
 
 
 
CoT Reports ─ Futures Data (Managed Money - Fast or Slow Money): near to mid-term positioning
─────────────────────────────────
Previous: Week #21: 22nd May 2019 (GMT+8) 
 
CoT_Data_05-22-2019_Managed.jpg

Re: CFTC commitment of traders report

#85
nathanvbasko wrote:
Sun Jun 02, 2019 8:27 pm
CoT Reports ─ Futures Data (Speculative): mid to long-term positioning
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Current: Week #22: 29th May 2019 (GMT+8)
Thanks V :thumbup:
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Re: CFTC commitment of traders report

#86
Erratum & Next CoT data table format:
 
SOFR Futures data correlation: corrected
 
sofr.jpg
 
Next CoT data table format: 
 
CoT_Data_05-29-2019_Speculative.jpg
 
 
3-Week Trend column: Data from the last two weeks ago up to the current week (latest CoT data).

Up: It means increasing Positions ─ Open Interest ─ Spreads
Down: It means decreasing Positions ─ Open Interest ─ Spreads 

Attached Image (click to enlarge)
3-week.jpg

Re: CFTC commitment of traders report

#87
nathanvbasko wrote:
Tue Jun 04, 2019 1:56 pm
Erratum & Next CoT data table format:
 
SOFR Futures data correlation: corrected
 
sofr.jpg

 
Next CoT data table format: 
 
CoT_Data_05-29-2019_Speculative.jpg
 
 
3-Week Trend column: Data from the last two weeks ago up to the current week (latest CoT data).

Up: It means increasing Positions ─ Open Interest ─ Spreads
Down: It means decreasing Positions ─ Open Interest ─ Spreads 

Attached Image (click to enlarge)
3-week.jpg
Excellent info thanks Nate.
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Re: CFTC commitment of traders report

#88
The Commitment of Traders Report: Week #23-22
(Speculative and Managed Money) 
 
Financial Conditions ( U.S. Centric ):
─ Tighter @ Week-ending 1st June (GMT +8)
─ Tighter @ Week-ending 25th May (GMT +8)
─ Steady @ Week-ending 18th May (GMT +8)
─ Loosening @ Week-ending 11th May (GMT +8)

Current Week #23: 5th June 2019 (GMT +8)
CoT_Data_06-05-2019_Speculative.jpg
CoT_Data_06-05-2019_Managed.jpg
 
Previous Week #22: 29th May 2019 (GMT +8) 
 
CoT_Data_05-29-2019_Speculative.jpg
CoT_Data_05-29-2019_Managed.jpg

Re: CFTC commitment of traders report

#90
The charts summarize the relative position of an exchange rate relative to its performance over the last year. The yellow background that indicates the square dimension of the chart. The orange dot indicates today's position relative to the high (top of chart) and low (bottom of chart) of the FX index during the last 365 days. So if the orange dot is close to the top, the currency is close to its highest valuation. If the orange dot is close to the bottom, the currency is near its lowest valuation. The blue bars indicate the distribution of valuations over the course of one year. The span between high and low valuation is divided into ten ranges (ie, deciles). Then the number of days during which the currency's valuation has been in each of these deciles is counted. The number of days is proportional to the width of each of the ten blue bars. Thus the position of the orange dot relative to the width of the blue bars indicates if the current valuation is a relatively common event or a relatively rare event. For example, if the bulk of valuations has been in the lower deciles, and the orange dot is near the top where the bars are narrow, the currency has recently moved up sharply. These charts ("FX conifers") are a simple method of visually summarizing the performance of a currency over the time period of one year. One useful feature of this chart is that it automatically adjusts for the different volatility of currencies, as the span between one-year high and one-year low is a reflection of a currency's volatility.
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