Don't Buy Into Multi-Year Market Lows|
descriptionWith estimates of record-large crops and the largest corn and soybean ending stocks in nearly a decade, the USDA delivered a blow to the farm markets this week. For farmers, the question now becomes how long will this low-market environment last? Depending upon who you talk to, the answer to that question is as short as two years or as long as five to 10 years. David Hightower, owner of The Hightower Report, says farmers should be cautious about believing multiyear market lows are ahead.
Farmers Urged to Wait on Hedge Lifting
Al Kluis, president and managing partner of Kluis Commodities, discusses possible market trends leading up to the bin-busting harvest this fall.think will be surprised next year how much we're exporting. Whether in South America I do look at initial surveys -- that corn acreage likely be down by at least 10% on full season corn. Half the corn produced in Brazil suffering -- corn they plant -- after soybeans. And right now the current price a lot of things cords and -- in the seat -- I anticipate. A pretty good drop in production in Brazil in 2015. I would encourage -- problems you're having over in the Ukraine their corn acreage going to be down because it's very expensive crop to plant. And I think in the US next year we're gonna see people put on less fertilizer. Initial thoughts corn -- down one to three million acres so reduction in acres. In creation of man throwing their weather scare either in South America the US and I'm not wildly bullish picture think somewhere down the long line you can pop those July 15 corn futures
Who's Surprised By Great Crop Conditions?
@ScottTheCowGuy wonders how anyone can be surprised by crop conditions from the CME Group Floor. September 3, 2014.-- But I do think this. We do have some of these we shorts that are winning now. That are late to the party events of this last week. And they are starting to look like
Your World in Agriculture - Expointer Show, Brazil
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Put Rolls Sending Bearish Signals
I've got it was did you investments here in this room floors in Chicago for successful farming magazine and won't back down. No one my great favorite days it's Wednesday. Let's get the markets. Updated these corn closed sharply unchanged as we say in the business. We had the up 53 quarters that weArea. Well instead of just taking profits. On those puts an incredibly bearish signal for me is as I'm getting these orders. To liquidate some -- -- puts all the amount for a big profit like
CME Group and 4-H's Risk Ranch
At the CME Group and 4-H Commodity Carnival, future producers can experience real life agricultural risks and how to make strategic decisions. In addition, the Risk Ranch app let's users experience a digital version to bring their steer to market.branch out really came out of the success we had with the market commodity carnival. Physical activity last year. We traveled to about a 120. Staying -- -- in eleven states similar to this year and least about 50004.
Can Corn Catch Fire in September?
@ScottTheCowGuy talks corn strangle, weak handed shorts coming to the party late, and how that could lead to a late September rally.them that -- to get him back. Because they're afraid this idea winning trade and that's when you'll start to see sometimes. A little rally I think you have that happen as we and we as
Volatility Crushed and Russian Market Watch
@ScottTheCowGuy discusses the CRB index and what could happen to the markets if the Russian and Europe escalating sanctions continue.-- as high as we wanted to see it's so big that we shorts -- -- key allies themselves on the way out yesterday it's those details to cities. Kind of urgency to see what happened
Options, Volatility,and Time Decay
@ScottTheCowGuy continues his options lesson from the CME Group Floor. August 8, 2014function of time. As well as a function of supply and demand supply demand is actually it's happening right now for our faces but also both politically taken out over time. Well what we saw -- the first week when that strangle went from 61 and a half to eighteen and half through quake. Was we saw supply and demand of options those oversupply of options option prices dropped that was a good reflection of what's happening when we see a bunch of sellers of options whether they be because of
Depressed Prices Ups Farmers Hedging
Dave Lehman, CME Group Managing Director of Research and Product Development, discusses what farmers need to keep in mind about the futures market.of years ago we had. The drought here in the US throughout South America at the same time. That reduce supply and and led to higher prices but as you know. One of that saying to