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  • Soybeans

    AG TIME G Meeting by John Walsh

    Nov 30, 2018 08:19 PM

    This weekend should be market moving one way or the other. Sunday evening could be interesting. If a verbal agreement is struck, it could offer a rally in beans. It is my belief that any rallies need to be sold. It is important to look at the 2019 prices as well. There will be more competition in 2019, and for years to come. The feedgrains were on the move today. The corn story remains a bit friendly and we are starting to act in such a way. The US export pace is robust. I remain committed that

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  • Soybeans

    AG TIME Really Something

    Nov 28, 2018 08:10 PM

    In my opinion, oilshares we may be on a shift. Record beans + record meal. The stocks situation will be a burden. Rallies in my opinion will be an opportunity. The corn and wheat were both up. The demand remains healthy with the US the cheap price.

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    John Phipps: Thankful for the Reliable, Predictable, Unexciting Things

    Nov 22, 2018 08:00 AM

    John Phipps' annual Thanksgiving message will strike a chord with many farmers. In the midst of harvest and political chaos, he's thankful for the reliable and unexciting things in life.

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  • Soybeans

    AG TIME Record Turkey on the Way

    Nov 21, 2018 12:20 AM

    The soy markets up again. The banter regarding what The Trump Admin will do is getting old. I am wrong like everyone, however, to me the numbers relative to the price just don’t add up. The Corn is lackluster. There is nothing to spark a good rally. However, the global outlook is for larger corn production. The window for being friendly will only last so long. The wheat has some friendly concerns.

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  • Soybeans

    AG TIME Round and Round We Go by John Walsh

    Nov 19, 2018 09:03 PM

    The soy markets under pressure. However, the protein is changing. Old habits die hard. Everyone has been paid being long meal on the commercial side. We shall see. The feedgrains just can’t get rolling. The wheat was the downside leader today based on Pakistan wanting to export more. The fundamentals remain solid, however there is no catalyst to get corn moving higher. I am losing some confidence in the idea that corn is ok.

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    John's World: Metric Vs. Imperial System in Agriculture

    Nov 19, 2018 09:18 AM

    John Phipps is an advocate for the US to join the rest of the world in the metric system. He explains in this week's John's World.

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  • Soybeans

    AG TIME Looking Forward by John Walsh

    Nov 16, 2018 08:21 PM

    My long term thoughts regarding soy remain on the bear side. There are many things going on. The US carry has grown to record proportions. This is not due to the trade war. It is due to overproduction. That is all while global demand (China) is declining. These are long term shifts. The corn and feedgrains in general are a doldrum market. The demand for corn is good, the carry is friendly. These are constant. If it won’t work higher then patience is required.

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