Gulke: Markets Leave Something for Everyone

October 15, 2016 05:49 AM
Gulke: Markets Leave Something for Everyone

The Oct 12 WASDE report, was met by traders bias as a negative report,  but now as we are finishing the week, markets have turned around and gained most of what was lost. Find out why as Jerry Gulke, President of the Gulke group sits down with Farm Journal Radio host Pam Fretwell.

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Spell Check

Anywhere , TX
10/16/2016 07:54 PM

  Mark is 110% right ! Hire this man !! It's like the ant vs. the hoppers. Just because the hopper is bigger does not mean the ants can't over counter them !

Mark C. Daggy
Humboldt, IA
10/16/2016 06:09 PM

  $3.50 corn on CBOT is not something for everyone!!! Most doubt my proposal to not sell any corn until it hits $6 and then shutting off all sales when corn drops below $5. Don't sell beans until they hit $15 and shut-off all bean sales if price drops below $12.50/bushel. A window if you will for corn and bean buyers to purchase within. Don't think it will work, then shut of all grain sales for 60 days and watch the markets climb. Just try it for 60 days....and if markets'll know it works. Ignore the pundits, as their advise is self-serving at best and most likely shaded to benefit themselves personally.


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