New Podcast | This is our 100th episode of Turner’s Take podcast. We now have listeners in 108 nations and across all 50 US states. Thank you to all who have helped make this podcast a success! Click here to listen to Turner’s Take Podcast GRAINS | It has been a slow couple of weeks. Not… Read more.
NEW PODCAST | I just released a special WASDE podcast that goes over my thoughts on the WASDE. Click here to listen to Turner’s Take Podcast: September 12, 2017 | USDA Sept WASDE Bearish CORN | Yields were HIGHER and not lower as the trade expected. Ending stocks increased to over 2.3 billion and Dec Corn… Read more.
NEW PODCAST | We just released a new Turner’s Take podcast and we dive into why we think grains and livestock are range bound, looking for short opportunities in crude and rbob gasoline, and we also talk about the US Dollar. Please click here to listen to the latest episode of TURNER’S TAKE PODCAST MACRO MARKETS… Read more.
I just put out a new podcast. We go over why I think the grain markets are getting oversold and why we expect a seasonal bottom in late August/early September. We also talk about the deep discounts cattle and hog futures have when compared to cash prices. Finally I go over crude oil and why… Read more.
Turner’s Take podcast is out for July 24th. We go over our in-depth thoughts on the Crop Conditions report and where we thing corn, soybeans and wheat may trade between now and the August WASDE. Click here to listen to Turner’s Take podcastSOYBEANS | Soybeans Good to Excellent (G/E) crop progress was down 4% to 57%… Read more.
The Crop Progress report on Monday, July 10th was bullish for corn, spring wheat, and soybeans. G/E rating were down for all three and P/VP were higher. The July weather forecast suggests continued hot and dry conditions to much of the northern plains and western corn belt. Until these areas see relief due to moderate… Read more.
I just dropped a new podcast. Click here for Turner’s Take Podcast | June 27th, 2017. We go in-depth on why I think corn is range bound for the rest of 2017, beans are likely to eventually trade sub $9.00, and now that Spring Wheat is testing $7.00 we could see it go to… Read more.