Energy

Crude Oil is up about 1% this morning but trading off its overnight high of 57.04. Price action was suppressed through much of Friday until news broke that Iran seized a British tanker.
The Commodity Futures Commission's weekly Commitment of Traders gives a snapshot view of how Leveraged Funds and Managed Money is positioned in US Futures and commodity markets. These are typically hedge funds, CTAs, CPOs and various types of money managers.
Commitment of Traders gives a snapshot view of how Leveraged Funds and Managed Money are positioned in US Futures and commodity markets. These are typically hedge funds, CTAs, CPOs and various types of money managers. 
CTA Trend Following model shows Cocoa futures were stopped out and JPY/USD flipping between long and neutral in different models.
CTA Trend Following model shows managers are long grains and stocks. Model now long Japanese Yen futures.
CTA Trend Following model shows managers are long grains and stocks. Stopped out of Fixed Income.
Crude Oil futures tacked on another 1% overnight as tensions surrounding Iran continue to rise.
There once was a time not too long ago that you did not want to be short Crude Oil into the weekend with escalating geopolitical tensions.. Last night, President Trump authorized a military strike on Iran but called it off after back-channeling through Oman and letting Iran know that Washington would rather talk.
Crude Oil futures has been awaiting a moment to ignore bloating U.S supplies, growing U.S production and slimming demand. Yesterday was that day. Crude roared higher along with risk assets in a central bank induced frenzy.
Natural gas futures and live cattle futures are beginning to form constructive bottoms. We are looking for technical buy setups in futures and highly correlated ETFs.