Below is a sample of Thursday morning’s This Week in Grain newsletter. Click here to sign up for our free daily grain report email. Hello grain traders, I expect markets to stay right here for most of the day after the early selloff, probably retracing a bit to the upside in wheat ahead of tomorrow’s… Read more.
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This is a sample entry from Tom Dosdall’s newsletter, Technical Ag Knowledge, published on Wednesday, June 28, 2017. Good morning! Spring wheat cleared an important technical hurdle during overnight trading and is now at levels not seen in the front month since June, 2014. Technical indicators continue to project extreme overbought conditions so it will… Read more.
It would appear that the markets are locked and loaded for a March 15th rate hike, with some players suggesting an increase in probability that there will be three hikes this year.
If it had not been for Wheat, human beings may never have socially and culturally developed as cosmopolitan as we have. Wheat was the first crop to be cultivated on a grand scale and stored long-term, enabling the start of city-based societies and the dawning of civilization.