This is a sample entry from John Payne’s newsletter, This Week in Grain, published on Friday, October 31, 2014.
This is your weekly wrap for the Week of October 27th through the 31st. October is in the books, Happy Halloween! Check out the weekly wrap video, this one is GOLD, Jerry! I did post the charts I used in the video below so you could see them a bit longer.
As I said above, October is in the books. Let’s take a step back and look at the month that was and how it affected the monthly charts. I used the 7 month moving average, what is approximately the 200 day MA.
THE RISK OF LOSS IN TRADING COMMODITIY FUTURES AND OPTION CONTRACTS CAN BE SUBSTANTIAL
BRAZIL MOISTURE DEPARTURE AS A % OF NORMAL FOR 9/15-10/29
LINKS OF THE WEEK
- Welcome to Chokepoint, USA – This is a good read about transportation logistics from the point of commuter trains
- Hungry Chickens Spark Biggest Feed Price Rally Since 1974
- Options Action Suggests Soymeal Tumble Postponed Until January
CHARTS FROM VIDEO
TOTAL BEAN OPEN INTEREST
TOTAL RAIL CAR USE IN US
TOTAL RAIL CAR USE FOR CRUDE IN US
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