The Bullish Spiral of the Soy Complex

The Bullish Spiral of the Soy Complex

There is not enough soymeal in the United States to meet demand. To help meet demand, crushers were planning on turning beans into meal using cheaper South American imports, as there is a lot of product available and the crush margins would be well in the green to support their efforts. But, because of the Brazilian port situation, the beans are not coming as quickly as the crushers wanted. The cheap product they could turn into expensive meal is apparently not in the cards.

The Gold & Silver Speculator (11 Apr 2013)

The Gold & Silver Speculator (11 Apr 2013)

This is a sample entry from Kurt Pfafflin’s newsletter, The Gold & Silver Speculator, published on April 10, 2013. SELL GOLD, SELL GOLD! GOLDMAN SACHS SEES DOWNTURN IN GOLD CYCLE ACCELERATING, SLASHES PRICE ESTIMATES & RECOMMENDS INITIATING NEW SHORT COMEX POSITION. MEANWHILE, BANK OF JAPAN OPENS THE QE MONETARY FLOODGATES SETTING THE COURSE FOR UNPRECEDENTED… Read More.

Is Another ‘WASDE Turn’ Coming?

Is Another ‘WASDE Turn’ Coming?

This is a sample entry from John Payne’s newsletter, This Week in Grain, published on February 05, 2013. It’s WASDE week! I look back to the January WASDE and I’m amazed at how quickly market sentiment has changed in just one month. Thirty days ago, I was asked repeatedly by stressed out producers what they… Read More.

WASDE Week

WASDE Week

This is a sample entry from John Payne’s newsletter, This Week in Grain, published on January 7, 2013. I hope you had a fantastic holiday season and a happy New Year. It is WASDE week! This is one of the most critical WASDE reports we see all year. The USDA will provide us their final… Read More.

The Debt Ceiling: What if the Worst Happens

The story that dominates the headlines these days is the debt ceiling.  As negotiations in Congress go on, fear that a compromise may not be reached grows, despite the fact that most analysts are confident that an agreement will be reached by the August 2nd deadline.  The common belief is that none of our politicians… Read More.