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Jan 28, 2020

Daily Grain & Cotton Commentary (1.28.20)

Corn (March) Fundamentals: March corn futures took a beating yesterday, much of the pressure coming from the Sunday night trade. The fear of coronavirus created a “sell first, ask questions later” environment which has eased in the broader markets overnight. Yesterday’s weekly export inspections came in at 667,000 metric tons
Jan 25, 2020

Weekend Grain Commentary (1.25.20)

March corn futures retreated on Friday as fears of coronavirus rippled through the commodity complex and the broader market (stock indices), creating a risk-off environment. Is the coronavirus alone, enough of a reason for the market to trade seven cents lower? We don’t think so. We think option expiration played
Jan 23, 2020

Weekly "2 Minute Drill", Video Breakdown of the Ag Markets (1.23.20)

2 Minute Drill Feel free to contact Oliver with any questions or comments Call or Text: 312-837-3938 Email: [email protected] Sign up for your FREE two-week trial of our daily commodity reports! Futures trading involves substantial risk of loss and may not be suitable for all investors. Trading advice is based
Jan 23, 2020

Daily Grain & Cotton Commentary (1.23.20)

We will be on RFD-TV, today at 12:45pm CT! Corn (March) Fundamentals: March corn futures were little changed yesterday, with little new news hitting the wires. Due to the Holiday on Monday, export sales are pushed back to tomorrow morning. As noted for the last week, we believe option expiration
Jan 23, 2020

Daily Livestock Commentary (1.23.20)

Watch us on RFD-TV, today at 12:45pm CT! Live Cattle (February) February live cattle traded in another tight range, treading water on the 50-day moving average at 125.85, close to the middle of the recent range. The market is starting to look and feel a little heavier, the funds were
Jan 22, 2020

Daily Grain & Cotton Commentary (1.22.20)

We have launched our new website this morning and would love to hear your feedback! Let us know what you think by responding to this email or emailing [email protected] Visit Our New Website! Corn (March) Fundamentals: March corn futures finished yesterday’s session near unchanged after defending technical support early in
Jan 22, 2020

Daily Livestock Commentary (1.22.20)

Live Cattle (February) February live cattle traded in its tightest range in some time, leaving us little changed (again) on the technical landscape. Resistance remains intact from 127.225-127.90, above there is uncharted territory and finding meaningful resistance becomes more difficult. On the support side of things, 124.55-125.10 is the pocket
Jan 21, 2020

Daily Grain & Cotton Commentary (1.21.20)

Corn (March) Fundamentals: March corn futures rallied hard on Friday, erasing all of Thursday’s losses and then some. Rumors that China secured multiple cargoes of US corn helped offer support, but there hasn’t been confirmation on that yet. We believe technicals and money-flow are leading catalysts near term. Option expiration
Jan 18, 2020

Volatility Creates Opportunity

Part of the reason I love trading grain is because there are still fundamental forces at play to give you a longer-term bias. Technicals and psychology are equally as important when it comes to finding shorter term entry and exit points. Thursday and Friday’s corn trade were a perfect example