A long-term low is due in 2017, according to market analyst Al Kluis.
The international prices of corn and soybeans are at some of the lowest export prices in the last 10 years. That’s one reason Al Kluis is optimistic on export usage and prices for 2018.
Hot and dry in July can turn into really hot and really dry in late August. When the corn and soybean markets are moving higher, sometimes in August, they can really move.
This five-year grinding bear market has made it difficult for most farmers to turn an operating profit. When will prices and profits turn around?
The monthly Successful Marketing newsletter, authored by Al Kluis, Kluis Commodities, is helping farmers navigate rangebound markets to achieve grain profitability.
Here are the key weeks you'll want to watch in 2017.
Market analyst and trader Al Kluis is all about anticipating what the market will do—not just reacting to it.
The U.S. stock market moves higher while grain prices remain low.
It’s that time of year when farmers are trying to figure out what RP crop insurance policy to purchase in 2017.
Al Kluis knows the outlook is scary, but when everyone gets this bearish, watch out. They cannot all be right.