Grain Market Has Entered Into Extreme Volatility

01 May in Blog, commodity trading, corn futures, futures broker, Kansas City wheat, Michael Seery, Minneapolis wheat, oat futures, rough rice futures, Seery, soybean futures, soybean meal futures, soybean oil futures, wheat futures

Grain Futures-- The grain market continues its choppy trend finishing sharply lower across the board with November soybeans finishing down $.15 to settle at 12.08 reversing much of the gains earlier in the week on reports of flooding in the Midwest continuing their choppiness and I’m still advising traders to sit on the sidelines in the corn and soybean market until the chart structure improves and a real trend develops.

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