Research Posts Grain Express
December 1, 2023 / December 1, 2023 by nawadblueline | Leave a Comment
Grains are softer in the early morning trade as we wade into the last month of the year, but is this a buying opportunity in corn?
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November 30, 2023 / November 30, 2023 by nawadblueline | Leave a Comment
A halfway decent way to end the month here with corn.
Corn futures fish for a seasonal low as the December contract goes into delivery. Soybeans are stuck at an inflection point. And wheat has found a pulse as we head into the last trading day of the month.
Research Posts Livestock Round Up
Cattle and hogs consolidate as the market continues its effort to carve out a short-term low. Keep in mind that today is the last trading day of the month.
November 29, 2023 / November 29, 2023 by nawadblueline | Leave a Comment
Soybean and wheat futures were leaders yesterday and so far this morning, that rings true again. Will that strength help pull corn higher?
Cattle futures rally sharply in yesterday giving us expanded limits for live cattle and feeder cattle futures in today's session. Is the bottom finally in?
November 28, 2023 / November 28, 2023 by nawadblueline | Leave a Comment
Grain market attempt to stabilize following a sea of red in Monday's trade.
Cattle futures continued to get slaughtered in Monday's trade. Is there any end to the selling in sight?
November 27, 2023 / November 27, 2023 by nawadblueline | Leave a Comment
A mixed morning with corn near unchanged, soybeans lower, and wheat gaining ground.
November 22, 2023 / November 22, 2023 by nawadblueline | Leave a Comment
November 21, 2023 / November 21, 2023 by nawadblueline | Leave a Comment
December corn futures are gaining some ground in the early morning trade, making their way back into our pivot pocket from 472-476.
November 20, 2023 / November 20, 2023 by nawadblueline | Leave a Comment
Corn futures are weaker while buyers step into soybeans over crop concerns in South America. Cattle futures opened higher but have pulled back to fill the gap, will it hold?
Will cattle futures respond favorably to last Friday's Cattle on Feed report?
A mixed morning in the grain markets as we enter a holiday trade and the week of December options expiration
November 17, 2023 / November 17, 2023 by nawadblueline | Leave a Comment
Cattle futures dive lower yesterday as longs liquidate ahead of today's Cattle on Feed report.
Corn, soybeans, and wheat are all lower in the early morning trade as prices trade near significant support levels. Will they hold into the weekend?
November 16, 2023 / November 16, 2023 by nawadblueline | Leave a Comment
Corn futures were under pressure in the early morning trade but managed to find their footing at the low end of the recent range, despite sharp selloffs in soybeans and crude oil.
The recovery rally in cattle continued yesterday, will it spill into today's trade?
Grain markets traded lower in yesterday's trade which has bled into the overnight and early morning trade. Will the selling continue or will bargain buyers step in?
November 15, 2023 / November 15, 2023 by nawadblueline | Leave a Comment
Cattle futures close positive but finish well off the intraday highs as traders position ahead of this Friday's Cattle on Feed report.
Soybeans continue to grind higher while corn and wheat struggle to not only keep pace but to trade in positive territory.
November 14, 2023 / November 14, 2023 by nawadblueline | Leave a Comment
Cattle futures were able to rally to start the week but was it just a dead cat bounce or is a longer term low starting to form?
Grain markets got shot out of a cannon in Monday's trade, will we see that momentum continue through the week?
November 13, 2023 / November 14, 2023 by nawadblueline | Leave a Comment
Soybean futures are higher in the early morning trade while corn and wheat continue to drift lower following last week’s bearish USDA report Corn Technicals (December) December corn futures continue to drift lower, trading to multi-year lows following last week’s WASDE report which was uniformly bearish. With that said, the fact that the market wasn’t […]