In early morning trading, grains were moderately stronger overall. What can traders expect in the grains market today? Read more in Rick Alexander’s overview for Wednesday.
Surprises in the plantings report pulled grain prices higher on Thursday. Here’s what’s in store in grains today.
Comments for December 1, 2010 Looking ahead to Wednesday by reflecting on Tuesday’s trading action Futures and options trading is speculative in nature and involves substantial risk of loss. Futures and options trading is not suitable for all investors Sell Wheat on Rallies? Stand-aside in Beans? GRAINS: 12/01/10: Higher closes yesterday for Minneapolis, Kansas City and… [Read More]
Comments for November 24, 2010 Looking ahead to Wednesday by reflecting on Tuesday’s trading action Futures and options trading is speculative in nature and involves substantial risk of loss. Futures and options trading is not suitable for all investors. Focus on Grains GRAINS: 11/24/10 Higher for Minneapolis wheat, corn, soybeans, soymeal and soyoil while lower… [Read More]
Bullish crop report for beans. Wall Street Journal reports that soybeans are up 27% on a year-to-date basis. Read more of Rick Alexander’s comments.
Rick Alexander takes a look at the grain markets and offers his buy and sell signals. Read what he sees in today’s market.
Is the bean complex forming a bull pennant? Rick Alexander thinks so. Here’s what else he sees in store for the grain market today.
Grains tend to fill a majority of their Gaps, says Rick Alexander. Read the balance of his report for more on the commodities market.
Trading grains gets a bit more complicated. Read more of Rick Alexander’s commentary to find out why.
Friday saw limit up moves in the grains. What’s in store for the market today? Read the balance of Rick Alexander’s comments.