Are You Using This Marketing Tool?
This month, there are a number of things you can do to improve your grain marketing plan. For instance, make it a point to check your grain quality in every bin and pull out a few loads to sell by late November.
To take action on the rest of your risk-management plan, turn to the new Successful Marketing newsletter to help you with specific grain marketing and hedging advice.
This monthly printed newsletter offers you decision-making tools to help you sell grain at higher prices. It’s designed to educate you on grain marketing strategies that can help increase your confidence in making marketing decisions.
Al Kluis of Kluis Commodities shares his 40 years of commodity trading experience with subscribers of the Successful Marketing newsletter.
While other industry newsletters spend time rehashing outdated news items and grain marketing information, the Successful Marketing newsletter is completely dedicated to marketing strategies and technical analysis.
In this volatile market environment, you are urged to focus on managing risk vs. speculating with your crop-selling decisions.
That’s what you can expect with this newsletter.
Along with straightforward strategies for developing a marketing plan, the Successful Marketing newsletter provides specific advice on generating cash flow for your operation.
In the October issue, there are three strategies to generate cash flow: buy a call option, buy a call spread, or buy a futures contract.
October, seasonally, can be where a rally starts. The call and the futures contracts can position you to take advantage of that price rally.
The Successful Marketing newsletter hits the market at a time when more grain farmers are looking for advice on how to pick up an extra 20¢ to 30¢ per bushel.
Learn how to do that and more with this newsletter. It’s designed to help you make more money, period.
In addition to a monthly printed newsletter, a weekly email newsletter, and email alerts (based on changes in the markets), you get quarterly webinars designed around the Quarterly Grain Stocks Reports.
Don’t wait another minute. Go to agriculture.com/deal to subscribe!