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May 29, 2015

Will stars align for higher corn prices?

Corn bulls are happy to see both old-crop and new-crop prices hold technical support just above our previous harvest lows. In fact some tech guru's....More
May 26, 2015

Will on-farm storage be the Achilles heel for corn?

Corn traders this afternoon will be digesting the latest weekly USDA crop-condition estimates. Most inside the trade believe at least 90% of the corn....More
May 22, 2015

Will the corn upside opportunity come later in the game?

Corn exports remain stronger than many inside the trade had anticipated despite the strength in the U.S. dollar. Just keep in mind we will still more....More
May 12, 2015

Has the game changed for soybeans?

Soybeans remain fundamentally bearish as U.S. planting is reported at 31% complete, and well ahead of the 5-year 20% average. As a producer I'm....More
May 08, 2015

Can macro markets and U.S. dollar give soybean prices a bounce?

Soybean traders seem to be keeping a close eye on the macro markets, particularly the direction of the U.S. dollar and the direction of crude oil....More
May 01, 2015

How high can corn prices go without a weather story?

There's never been a crop year yet that didn't start off without concerns surrounding weather. The problem is, as of right now this doesn't equate to....More
Apr 28, 2015

Are all the bearish cards out of the deck for soybeans?

Soybean bears continue to think the slow planting pace of U.S. corn in the south and to the east will ultimately mean more soybean acres....More
Apr 24, 2015

Global corn data could be more bullish

Corn has backpedaled to fresh new six-month lows as bulls continue to talk about better-than-expected U.S. export demand and problematic planting....More
Apr 17, 2015

Are the cards stacked against the soybean market?

Soybean bulls continue to talk about wet conditions in southern Brazil and many parts of Argentina. Their argument is it could delay harvest and....More
Apr 10, 2015

Is a bullish weather card still in the deck for corn?

With the weather wild-card still floating around, I think best practice is to simply remain patient and wait for a move higher to reduce any....More
Apr 07, 2015

Will U.S. planting delays keep the bulls fed?2

Corn continues to trade in a sideways channel as both the bulls and bears defend their case. The bulls continue to talk about planting delays down....More
Mar 27, 2015

Time to minimize risk and leave hedges in place

Corn traders seem to be squaring up positions as we are now only a couple of days from the highly anticipated Prospective Planting Report and USDA....More
Mar 20, 2015

Can South America news support soybean prices?

Without the problematic political and labor headlines out of South America and no leverage from the weather at this point, soybean bulls are facing....More
Mar 17, 2015

Is U.S. weather, acreage uncertainty enough to push corn prices higher?

There's really nothing excitingly bullish in the balance sheet, but the trade is eager to see what type of planting conditions U.S. producers will be....More
Mar 10, 2015

USDA WASDE report has bears and bulls jockeying for position in the corn market

Corn continues to trade sideways and struggles to take out nearby technical resistance. The USDA numbers in the March 2015 WASDE report did little to....More
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