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For active traders, dealing with a sudden or unexpected economic, political, or environmental event can be a monumental challenge. Unfortunately for many, an untimely circumstance is often the proverbial kiss of death to profitability. Ag commodities frequently fall victim to various crises — whether they’re human-made or courtesy of Mother Nature. Among these markets, grain… Read more.
Although a seemingly elementary point, weather is a principal X-factor that affects corn, wheat, and soybean prices, as well as the futures markets for these commodities . It’s an integral part of the evolving supply/demand curve, as well as being the single largest influencer of production. Simply put, the weather is an elite driver of… Read more.
In this morning’s comments for Swing Trader’s Insight, one of my comments was to sell the July Wheat futures if they fell back below the Tuesday high. A sharp morning selloff gave a good trade opportunity. Following a bullish USDA report yesterday afternoon, the grain markets traded sharply higher last night. For the July Wheat… Read more.