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    The Longest Day

    Jun 22, 2018 04:02 PM

    As most of you know, Thursday was the start of Summer. The Summer Solstice brings on a number of things from the official beginning of summer to the realization that another year is quickly passing us by. But the one thing we can all enjoy is that it's the longest day of the year. There is more time for outdoor activities. At the same time, it is also a reminder that the days from here on out will just keep getting shorter. Isn't it a coincidence that just a few days prior it was a

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    Strong Start for Spring Wheat

    Jun 19, 2018 11:02 AM

    U.S. Spring Wheat Ratings Surge and Corn's the Best Since 1991

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    Whatever We Had Once Was Gone

    Jun 15, 2018 05:10 PM

    If you are a long time reader of this column (this is #800!) you have probably figured out that my musical tastes are pretty eclectic, with a skew toward 1970’s rock and roll, but room for jazz, blues, country and maybe one or two classical pieces hiding in the background. Lyrics to songs pop into my head all the time, triggered by events. This week, the line was “Whatever we had once was gone”, triggered by the sharp declines in corn and soybeans after they had been trading in a comfortable ran

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    Old Problems

    Jun 08, 2018 03:42 PM

    Last week we talked about new beginnings as the calendar rolled to June and questioned whether the spec funds would keep their big long positions in seasonal plays like corn and soybeans or go looking for cheaper assets. It is now clear from the CFTC data that they went looking for undervalued assets like the stock market, wheat and cotton, while reducing positions in corn and soybeans.

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