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The Daily Shot And Data - April 13, 2016
April 13, 2016
China's outbound M&A spikes over the past year. As discussed before, this is one way to take capital out of the country. China's small investors in the stock market who took a pounding last year (some...
Cattle limit down
April 05, 2016
Cattle futures, both fats and feeders finished limit down today. The catalyst was sinking wholesale beef prices.
Soybeans Fail Their First Test Of $9.20
April 05, 2016
U.S. beans are getting very expensive compared to the competition on the global markets. Those export numbers were a reminder of that fact for many traders.
The Daily Shot And Data - April 1, 2016
April 01, 2016
China's official manufacturing PMI beat consensus, showing slight growth (PMI > 50). China's property markets are heating up...
Best Stock Charts - March 31, 2016
March 31, 2016
The Daily Shot And Data - March 30, 2016
March 30, 2016
Once again we begin with the United States where the Fed Chair Janet Yellen struck a decisively dovish tone. Here is the key paragraph from her speech on Tuesday.
Soybean season is coming
March 23, 2016
As the calendar moves towards the end of March, the all-important US Planting Intentions report will be coming due.
Is The Commodities Rally for Real?
March 23, 2016
I expect an upward sloping trading range that will give numerous points to take intermediate profits. Along that line, I wrote Nov 2016 Soybean 12 calls against my long 10 call position. If the market...
Latin America: What Are Its Prospects? Time to Invest?
March 22, 2016
Brazil is well on its way to becoming one of the strongest world economies. With a low population density (22.5 persons/sq. km) versus China (141.7) and India (380.0), and abundant natural resources,...
The Daily Shot And Data - March 3, 2016
March 03, 2016
Today, we want to start with the energy markets where the latest US Department of Energy report confirmed yesterday's API data regarding another large oil inventory build.
Is it Time to buy New Crop Calls in the Ags?
February 28, 2016
Corn, wheat and the bean complex are all down a lot. This is fundamentally based, the world has had good to great crops for two years. Stocks levels are high.
Look Out for El Niño’s Sister, La Niña
January 15, 2016
Why We Are All Now Oil Traders
January 11, 2016
The world is currently consuming about 92 million barrels a day of Texas tea, or 33.6 billion barrels a year. Buy a barrel of crude, and you get three for free!
Soybeans are better for you than corn
August 18, 2015
One short-term commodity trading strategy calls for favoring commodities whose spot price is higher than that of the next nearby futures—while avoiding those for which the situation is just the...
Meteorologists have extended the El Niño weather pattern outlook, potentially signalling greater disruptions to global crops and further support for soft commodities-related exchange traded funds. Over...
Great Grains: Dueling Views on Ag Commodity ETFs
June 30, 2015
Quick. Guess two of the top-performing non-leveraged exchange traded products over the past month. Biotechnology or regional bank ETFs would make for logical guesses, but also incorrect guesses. In...
Volatile weather conditions across the U.S.Midwest are disrupting the normal planting season and supporting a rebound in soft commodities related exchange traded funds. Grains have fallen off this year...
Commodities and related exchange traded funds have underperformed equities and fixed-income markets over the past few years, but investors should not ignore the benefits of including some exposure to...
Soft Commodity ETFs Could Rebound on El Niño Weather
May 13, 2015
The El Niño weather pattern is officially back, and commodity exchange traded funds, notably those that track agricultural products, could enjoy a nice boost as dry conditions weigh on the supply...
Commodity Funds Continue To Struggle
April 01, 2015
The price of a bushel of corn for May delivery tumbled during the last day of the quarter by almost 5 percent to $3.756. The move was ...
Contrarians, Take Note Of Soybean Weakness
February 24, 2015
Farmers Walk Away From Leases Due To Plunging Grain Prices
February 22, 2015
The price of corn is at a price seen in late 2006, wheat late 2005, and soybeans 2004. Land prices, lease prices, equipment prices, and fertilizer are much higher.
Agribusiness ETFs: Commodity Slump Pressures Farmers
February 11, 2015
Agribusiness exchange traded funds could experience stunted growth as depressed grain prices squeeze farmers’ profit margins. Over the past year, the Market Vectors Agribusiness (NYSEArca: MOO) rose...
Gains for Grains: Some Agriculture ETFs are Ready to Rally
November 12, 2014
After bursting out of the gates to start 2014, some agriculture exchange traded products have spent the better part of the past seven months in tailspins. The PowerShares DB Agriculture Fund (NYSEArca:...
Overlooked Ratio Could be Signaling Upside for Corn ETF
October 27, 2014
Gold is a component in an array of investment ratios, most notably the gold/silver ratio, or the measure of how many ounces of silver it takes to buy one ounce of gold. The gold/corn ratio is...
Commodity ETF Traders Have to Be Picky
October 10, 2014
With the U.S. dollar strengthening and global growth concerns lingering, the commodities market have stumbled. Nevertheless, traders can still find some opportunities, but they will have to target...
Investors Turn Sour On Commodity ETFs
October 02, 2014
In response to the bumper crop year, rising oil output and slowing global demand for raw materials, commodity exchange traded funds experienced their largest monthly outflows this year. In September,...
Record Harvests Chase Investors From Agriculture ETPs
September 02, 2014
Despite a persistent drought in California, the largest agriculture state in the U.S., record harvests in other parts of the country are chasing investors from agriculture exchange traded funds and...
Agribusiness ETFs Wither as Farmers Tigthen Belts
August 26, 2014
The agribusiness industry and related exchange traded funds could continue to fall behind the broader market as U.S. farmers face a significant drop in income after a bumper crop year sent grain prices...
Corn, Soybean ETFs Languish In Bumper Crop Year
August 22, 2014
A bumper crop year across the U.S. agricultural belt will keep soft commodity exchange traded fund prices depressed. Year-to-date, the Teucrium Corn Fund (NYSEArca: CORN) has declined 14.9% and...