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Several of the markets we track closely are “holding the line” as trading commences for 2019, despite the lack of government data from USDA due to the partial government shutdown.
- Hard Red Wheat leads grains to the upside today, bouncing back from contract lows and a low RSI, key test coming up at the 50 day moving average;
- March Corn holds trend line support drawn off September lows, next test 3.85
- Dec Corn approaching multi month resistance at 200 day moving average;
- March Soymeal and Soybeans follow suit, holding the trend line support keeps mildly bullish technical posture;
- Milk producers have hedging opportunity in summer/fall months;
- Are Feeders the Leaders? Feeders break trend line support, Fats hold;
- Dec Cotton in free-fall but RSI 19.2 extreme oversold
- Opportunity in Rough Rice with China opening up to US imports for first time?
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This article originally appeared in the Technical Ag Knowledge Newsletter “Holding the Line **VIDEO Chart Analysis**” on 01/03/19.
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