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Headline Risk April 28, 2014

April 28, 2014
By: Chip Flory, Pro Farmer Pro Farmer Editorial Director
 
 

The goal of Headline Risk is to identify the markets most vulnerable to be influenced by headline-making news. And, of course, to identify the news that might influence price action in the corn, soybean, wheat, cattle and hog markets.


Each potential headline includes a rating from 1 to 10.

Each potential headline starts with a 5 rating, meaning the market is used to seeing news on the topic, but is still paying attention to development of the event. If a potential headline is given a 5 rating, it means it will take a "major happening" in the event to have an influence on price action this week. A 5 rating means a market is likely to have a neutral reaction to news from the event this week.

A potential headline with a 10 rating means I am extremely confident the event will not only have an influence on price action, I am also extremely confident it will have a bullish impact on price action

A potential headline with a 7 rating means the story is likely to influence price action and I believe it is likely to have at least a short-term bullish impact on prices.

A potential headline with a 1 rating means I am extremely confident the event will not only have an influence on price action, I am also extremely confident it will have a bearish impact on price action.

A potential headline with a 3 rating means the story is likely to influence price action and I believe it is likely to have at least a short-term bearish impact on prices.


Headlines that have the potential to impact CORN trade this week --

Ukraine-Russia conflict -- headline risk rating of 7.

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