Options trading is one of the ways that producers and speculators can engage the grain markets. In contrast to buying or selling futures contracts in the corn market and wheat market, options provide a collection of exclusive opportunities. If you’re interested in becoming active in the grain market complex, then options are certainly worth a… Read more.
Accurately predicting the financial result of your grain harvest months ahead of time is certainly a challenge. A litany of factors impact the final bottom line, from crop yields to fluctuations in asset pricing. Fortunately for producers, grain futures trading can help maximize the rewards from a year spent in the fields.
Ag futures products offer participants an environment rich in both opportunity and utility. Whether your purpose in the markets is active hedging or speculation, ag futures offer a flexibility rarely seen in finance. From preserving wealth in the face of currency inflation to locking in profit on the annual harvest, the agricultural commodity markets offer… Read more.
U.S. wheat prices hit a seven-month high, a move that many analysts believe is a response to the Russian government’s interventions in the commodity’s markets.