Keep Emotions In Check With Market Volatility

June 6, 2018 11:58 AM

After many months of stagnant markets, volatility is back.

According to Bob Utterback, founder of Utterback Marketing Services, LLC., April to July are the worst months to be a seller.

“This is when the market is trying to figure out how many acres we’re getting planted, what’s the production going to be, and at the same time we’re seeing a lot of demand variability, demand growth,” he told AgDay host Clinton Griffiths.

Utterback is a fan of money puts because of the flexibility.

“Sell on strength, don’t sell on weakness,” he said. 

Hear his full analysis on AgDay above.

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