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13 Mar

Soybeans Hit New Highs:Corn & Wheat Lower

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 Grain Futures-- A mixed trading day the grain market today with soybeans hitting contract highs again up another $.14 cents for the May contract closing at 13.49 a bushel and new closing highs for the move while soybean meal which is been the leader in the complex was up another four dollars to close at 366.1 a pound in heavy volume.

15 Feb

Soybeans Higher;Corn & Wheat Lower

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 Same story in the grain market today with wheat, and corn lower and beans slightly higher. Wheat futures for March delivery were down another 8 cents closing around 6.27 a bushel continuing to move lower after a false breakout 2 weeks ago at 6.80 a bushel. Corn futures continued their bearish tone finishing lower by 7 cents to close around 6.26 a bushel.

29 Jan

Gold Rallies Strong On Bullish Momentum

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27 Jan

Soybeans & Grain Market Stagnation

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The soybeans continue to be choppy as well as the other grains. The weather in Brazil is not as hot or dry as they had expected and even with the big rally in the Euro currency the prices continue to go sideways with big swings. I still believe that these prices will head higher in the near future because of the fact of QE3 possibly coming in April and the fact of low stockpiles and large overseas demand. Continue to look at adding positions on down days.

 

27 Jan

Grains & mMetals Rally Sharply 1-23-12

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Grain Futures—Soybean futures moved sharply higher today on more weather concerns down in South America as well as a weaker dollar vs. the Euro currency. Soybeans have quickly rallied around 60 cents in the last 5 trading sessions also due to the fact that Europe seems to be settling down. Soybeans for March delivery finished up 28 cents to finish around 12.17 a bushel closing near the highs of the day. Corn futures were also higher on improving economic conditions around the world to finish higher by 9 cents to close around $6.20 a bushel.

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