Is it time to get SHORT HOGS?
So the Lean Hogs market has closed for the day…
WHAT IS THAT ?!? WHAT DOES IT MEAN ?!? WHAT SHOULD I DO WITH IT ?!?
You had better find out — because we are trading it tomorrow!!!
CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR A FREE TRIAL OF THE SWINE TIMES Good morning hog traders We are looking to cover our April-June hog bear spread at 9.75 cents premium to the June hogs. We entered this trade near 5.50 cents to the June, profits are so far near 3.50. This trade has gone… Read more.
When you write a newsletter, your missteps are on display for all to see…
(and I love it!) That said we have all been where I am about to explain.
Trade Idea in the Live Cattle market taking you into the weekend!
CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR A FREE TRIAL OF THE SWINE TIMES Good afternoon everyone If you are signed up for the newsletter alerts, you should have seen our recommendation to sell Oct hogs at 62 cents. We were filled on this recommendation around noon today. In our Monday morning weekly commentary we spoke… Read more.
CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR A FREE TRIAL OF THE SWINE TIMES Good afternoon everyone If you are reading this, you should have received our first trade recommendation around 11:30 am central time today. This is the first trade-able recommendation from the newsletter, we hope it came across clean and understandable. Keep in mind… Read more.
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The product market has turned, and the live hog prices are following them. Below is how the weekly product market changed for the week ending 8/18/ 17 *Product Price Monday 8/14 Price Friday 8/18 Net Change Loins 82.71 81.80 (.91) Butts 92.05 93.12 1.07 Picnic 58.98 54.54 (4.44) Rib 128.35… Read more.
Weekly Cattle Commentary 8/11/2017This week’s cash prices saw the bulk of cattle trading 114.50 to 116, 2 to 3$ lower than last week’s trades. Dressed sales were 183 to 185$. Basis was 5$ over the August Live board. Estimated weekly slaughter was 641K head, 62K larger than the same week last year. Box prices in… Read more.