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.
This Week In Grain
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.
This is a sample entry from John Payne’s newsletter, This Week in Grain, published on November 14, 2012. You probably noticed in Monday’s report the missing charts section. That is because this week TWIG is doing deeper chart analysis on corn, beans and wheat. Yesterday we went over corn, today we will touch on beans,… Read more.
Rains moved through the Midwest over the weekend with a fury, dumping much needed moisture along the I-80 corridor from Des Moines to Cleveland. Describing the rains as a crop saving event may be a bit dramatic, but I don’t feel the description is too far off, especially for beans. Certain areas in eastern Iowa… Read more.
Greece looks to have made it through the weekend, with the center-right and pro-bailout New Democracy party winning the parliamentary election there by a narrow margin over the feared Syriza party. A Syriza win would have put an anti-Euro party into leadership. Greece elected a party that will continue to play ball with the European… Read more.
US Crop weather, the June WASDE report and an ever changing picture in Europe will dominate the headlines this week in the grain and oilseed markets. The trading for the week will start out on a positive note, as European politicians were presented with a request from the Spanish Government for a bailout of approximately… Read more.
The wheat markets have provided an interesting setup as of late, continuing to trade in a range bound by its symmetrical triangle pattern. The next few weeks could be very telling for the medium term direction of wheat. Chicago Wheat in the short run has been constrained by this symmetrical triangle for the past six… Read more.
When it comes to trading wheat futures, it is paramount to know the types of wheat is out there and where to trade each variation. As the summer begins to arrive along the southwestern plains, news continues to come out about the drought and hot temperatures there creating a poor quality crop. The speculator in us all tells us to buy wheat as the supply coming online will be small and poor in quality.