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Below is a daily US dollar continuation chart showing planetary angle lines. I used a price per degree of .0426. Uranus is support at 93.590. The bottom Neptune crosses at 91.425. The bottom Saturn crosses at 89.260. The upper Jupiter crosses at 104.085 and was target. Below is a daily US dollar... (full story)


Will the USDA report take us to new lows? (full story)


The difficulties of the 2019 season didn’t just impact last year’s crop performance, it also set the stage for some additional challenges this year. In this Managing for Profit, DEKALB Asgrow technical agronomist Harmon Wilts of Minnesota shares... (full story)


Sponsored by Pivot Bio PROVEN The focus for stormy weather will shift to the northern Plains and the Northwest. At mid-week, late-season snow will overspread parts of Montana’s high plains and continue across the Cascades and northern Rockies. As... (full story)


Farmers Plan Huge Corn Crop Despite Lower Ethanol Demand (full story)


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Soy trading has resulted in soybean futures that are 2 to 11 cents per bushel lower, with the old crop contracts in double digit territory. On Tuesday, soybean futures rallied back from the post report midday lows, and finished in the black despite p... (full story)


Overnight trading led to 2 to 3 cent per bushel declines for corn futures. Yesterday futures rallied back from a post report meltdown and ultimately ended with 1/2 to 2 1/4 cent losses. The Planting Intentions survey depicted 96.99 MA of 2020/21 corn... (full story)


The Wednesday session begins after losses of another 92 to 98 points from overnight action. The stock market futures turned lower, and the dollar is firmer. Cotton futures were higher by 14 to 43 points in the front months yesterday, with December 3... (full story)


On Tuesday, April hogs were down $1.75, but deferred contracts had some triple digit gains. The CME Lean Hog Index for March 27th was $65.56, down 90 cents. That is still a substantial premium to futures. The National Average Base Hog price was down ... (full story)


Cattle futures roared back to limit and near limit gains on Turnaround Tuesday after losses at midday. Feeder cattle futures ended the day $1.87 to $2.00 higher. The March 30 CME Feeder Cattle Index was $131.10, down by $1.47. The Fed Cattle Exchange... (full story)


The wheat markets are 3 to 7 cents lower this morning after closing mostly higher on Tuesday. Chicago is down the most, with MPLS spring wheat the firmest of the three. Yesterday, KC HRW wheat led the gains, with the front months 6 1/4 to 7 1/4 cent... (full story)


Overnight trading led to 2 to 3 cent per bushel declines for corn futures. Yesterday futures rallied back from a post report meltdown and ultimately ended with 1/2 to 2 1/4 cent losses. The Planting Intentions survey depicted 96.99 MA of 2020/21 corn... (full story)


Our research team believes a deeper price low will likely set up over the next 30+ days... (full story)


...the US stock markets may recover to levels near the 50% Fibonacci Retracement levels... (full story)


Its 2008 all over again, only much worse. And just like back then, PMs are likely to slide very fast, very far and then recover in a big way. A lot of money is likely to be made by those, who are positioned correctly. Normal 0 21 false ... (full story)


This spring has brought us many unexpected challenges as the U.S. and the rest of the world reacts to the spread of COVID-19 and the coronavirus. Conferences are canceled, schools are closed, and travel has come to a screeching halt. In addition to... (full story)


Yesterday the markets dropped as many firms won't meet earnings expectations. Will this change today? Read on to learn more... (full story)


Grain markets ease overnight . . . (full story)


EURGBP remains in a technical downtrend, because of lower lows and lower swing highs, but structure looks to be in three waves. (full story)


EURUSD Outlook: Looking for a Further Rebound (full story)


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WTI Crude (CL) is trying to firm going into today's European morning, with a rising likelihood of short covering ahead of (and in the day following) the weekly inventory figures at 1030am EST. Significantly, CL is stabilizing following a roughly 3 month rout to near the 2001 low (just... (full story)


EURUSD is correcting cycle from March 9 peak as a zigzag and could see further upside. This video looks at the Elliott Wave path. (full story)


Weather always plays a role in the spring planting decisions of Mississippi row crop producers, but the market impact of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is another variable they will have […] (full story)


The meat market has a lot to consider at present. Currently the live board sits at the 14,21 day MA approx 102. This could potentially be setting up a sideways trade waiting for friendly news. In addition, the futures remain a discount to cash.Expect a choppy trade. The hogs have fallen... (full story)


The problem for corn at present is the acreage at 96.99 mil acres. This is approx 2.5 million acres larger than the estimates. This is a figure, that if realized, is large given the global supply, Covid and the ethanol slow down. This market will continue to prove difficult. (full story)


The bean oil market has moved to a much lower relative price than the meal market. The soymeal has been supported by the ddg market slow down due to bio fuel. In addition, concerns over Argentina not crushing to meet export needs. These are concerns and need to be watched. (full story)


New Crop looks bad.  We estimate we lose another 150mm in demand from low energy prices in the 2020-21 marketing year.  With 97 million acres and a trend line yield we see ending stocks blowing out to 3.4 billion.  This puts cash prices and harvest lows under $3. (full story)


The Trend Trader helps to identify the current trend status of your favorite futures markets. It not only helps us to stay on the right side of market direction, but also helps us avoid those without a trend. You can even use the grid as a spread matrix too - buying strength and selling weakness.... (full story)


Wisconsin’s Farm Technology Days will have a new general manager, but not right away.  General Manager Matt Glewen tells Brownfield, “They brought a new one on in plenty of time to really learn the ropes before I depart, which won’t... (full story)


The manager of Wisconsin’s Farm Technology Days says he’s watching how the coronavirus situation closely in case the show has to be called off. Matt Glewen says, “We’re probably going to have to make a decision by early May if the show... (full story)


Cotton is tied closely to global economic activity as, in general, clothing and other apparel purchases are not a necessity and can be delayed, unlike food. (full story)


Ideas to Navigate the Futures Market, Crude Oil Chart & Trading Levels 4.01.2020 (full story)


Corn stocks in all positions on March 1, 2020 totaled 7.95 billion bushels, down 8 percent from March 1, 2019. Of the total stocks, 4.45 billion bushels were stored on […] (full story)


Rough rice stocks in all positions on March 1, 2020, totaled 86.1 million hundredweight (cwt), down 17 percent from the total on March 1, 2019. Stocks held on farms totaled […] (full story)