While I am fully confident that DBA is going higher, don’t get too greedy. Sell half of your options to lock in your triple-digit percentage profits. Tighten your stop to $36.50.
Also, yesterday’s new recommendation, the Market Vectors Coal ETF (KOL), got off to a solid start. But let’s give this potentially volatile play some more room to breathe. Take your stop down to $34.50.
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