I don’t write about hedging crops all the time, but when I notice something in the markets I like to put it out.
For the first time in a while, we have little in the way of USDA data on both the Livestock and Grain side for this week.
On Tuesday after the close Alcoa will kick off the traditional Q2 earnings season (some companies may report before or after that period depending on their fiscal year calendar).
Here is a hedge idea for anyone who is undersold corn, plans on selling into a bounce later in the summer, or just likes trading option spreads.
This is a sample entry from Brian Cullen’s email newsletter, The Cullen Outlook, published on June 03, 2014. Good Morning– Before we begin, the CHART WATCH! webinar this week is locked and loaded! We will be going over some consolidation reversal type trades so I hope you can all make it! The turnouts have been amazing and… Read more.
This is a sample entry from Brian Cullen’s email newsletter, The Cullen Outlook, published on May 30, 2014. Good Morning– We have some new readers this morning who are currently Cullen Outlook subscribers but may have not been getting these Pre-Dawn Updates previously. To those, I say Welcome! (reply to this email if you have… Read more.
The Aug/Dec bear seasonal window last until June 6 but I think this could be held to about the end of June too. The forward curve is inverted with the premium built into the front months.
Grain Basis Trading is a very effective strategy for both Elevators and Farmers with on farm storage.
This Week in Grain (T.W.I.G.) is a weekly grain and oilseed commentary newsletter designed to keep grain market participants on the cutting edge, so they can hedge or speculate with more confidence and precision. T.W.I.G is designed for those needing a weekly road map for the grain markets in order to stay better informed and educated.
This is a sample entry from John Payne’s newsletter, This Week in Grain, published on Wednesday, October 09, 2013. With the USDA being closed, the market is craving all of the data it can get. Today (10/09) we got a snapshot of the Brazilian Ag situation, thanks to our friends at CONAB (think of them… Read more.