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We’ve seen the grain markets weak through last summer/fall delivery and it appears no different for March contracts this week. Technically speaking, some potential signs of hope are nearby:
- Wheat contracts have reached extreme oversold territory, but large speculators still far from extreme net short position;
- Front month corn went off the Board at the same price last year, what did it do first two weeks of March? Potential bear channel support at 3.75;
- May soymeal holding key multi-month support near 304.0;
- May Soybeans trend line support intact by a thread, next support area down if it breaks?
- Oats reach extreme oversold, 200 day moving average support;
- Cattle uptrend still intact, cash markets remain strong;
- Weaker USD could help to spur demand; important support level at 95.350.
Contact your broker to discuss your trading or hedging plan!
This article originally appeared in the Technical Ag Knowledge Newsletter “March Delivery Weakness **VIDEO Chart Analysis**” at 02/26/19 03:32:19 PM Central Standard Time.
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