If you learn to consistently get some of your crops priced ahead using this type of plan, the odds are very high that you will be better off than hoping for a summer rally or being forced to sell at harvest.
For soybeans use moving averages to help you know when to buy, sell, or hold.
Set price and time targets on your old and new crop.
Here are ways to help you figure out how to stay liquid and profitable during 2015.
In previous columns, I have written about my three favorite market analysis methods: the study of price, the study of time, and the study of motion (with tools like the Elliott Wave and the Relative Strength Index). I think the study of time is the most re
A review of the last 45 years projects major lows in 2015 or 2016.
To create a marketing plan, you’ll need to zero in and examine five key areas: cost of production, storage position, local basis, marketing team, and schedule.
This fall, markets responded to record corn and soybean crops in the U.S. That response was cash corn and soybean prices falling to the lowest level since 2009. When cash corn drops below $3 per bushel, it is essential that you make every penny you can. Th
Comparing global gold and grain prices.
Make the right merchandising decisions this fall; storage can pay big dividends this year.