Friday, Grain Comments


Jerry Welch, Commodity Insite!
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The information below was taken from the Grain Comments section of my twice a day newsletter Commodity Insite. The information was broadcast a few minutes before 7 a.m. Chicago time. Hope you find something of interest.


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The USDA grain report yesterday, showed bearish data and a negative surprise for corn and the market fell 15 cents a bushel. The report was a bullish surprise for soybeans and still values fell fractionally. The wheat data was clearly bearish and prices fell 7 to 8 cents everywhere. The day was bearish grains and a huge disappointment for the bulls. Still, the data was price positive soybeans which may support prices moving forward.

The big take away from yesterdays report in my view is this: Both the corn and soybean crops are slowest maturing in history. That means the importanace of the November report, a month from now could be far more bullish than bearish. Plus, until the combines are running and the harvest complete it may not be until January we get a true handle on grain production, yeilds, acres and so on.

I am not trying to be pie in the sky bullish corn or soybeans. But I am dead right about the upcoming November report looming large. The USDA could easily lower yeilds and production on corn due to its maturity level as of now. In the case of soybeans, the data was a bullish surprise and for the November report it could be more bullish yet.

This morning, the dollar is lower once again, Trump expected to meet with a top Chinese trade negotiator and the Dow is smartly higher and grains are on the plus as well. The upside leader is soybeans with futures up 8 to 9 cents while corn is 3 to 4 higher. Wheat is 2 to 3 higher in Chicago. I viewed the soybean report yesterday as a bullish surprise and the trade today has me excited!

Hold tight to existing positions.

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And as I type furiously away, the only markets in the red are metals, the dollar and cattle. Talk about strange bedfellows! However, the day is quite bullish which means any market that ends in the red today ( metals, the dollar and cattle) could be, may be and should be lower Monday. Avoid the long side of each of those markets. Avoid the long side!!


The time is 10:19 a.m. Chicago



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