Summer Is One Of Best Times To Market, So What’s Your Plan?

June 7, 2018 01:01 PM
 
 

Typically market highs for corn and soybeans come sometime in the weather maker months of June, July and August.

“This is like game day—we’ve been practicing for it all winter, and now we’re really playing,” said Mark Feight, managing director of International Agribusiness Group, LLC., on AgDay.

Feight suggests doing something International Agribusiness Group calls “optionizing,” which is a way to maintain flexibility and minimizing risk.

Hear what strategies he suggests and if the summer highs are in the rearview mirror on AgDay above.

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