Posts by: Daniel Flynn

The active storm season in the Atlantic is posing another threat to the U.S. southern energy hub that deals with movement of Crude Oil and Natural Gas. The critical area that has investors’ attention is the Henry Hub in Earth, Louisiana to the Houston Shipping Channel and pipelines in Galveston. This tricky storm is located […]

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With Katrina’s devastation still fresh in our minds this 11th year anniversary we have an active hurricane season already in both the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. The Coast Guard and Navy are watching Tropical Depression Nine which is entering the Gulf of Mexico moving west at 8 knots. This could bring Natural Gas players back […]

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As we watch a tropical wave that is spinning in the Caribbean with forecasters pegging this storm to reach hurricane strength and hit Florida and soak the already flooded south. We will get a better education in today’s trading session with several weather modules are tracking the storms movement very closely. In the overnight electronic […]

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Activity in the Atlantic has Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards attention which this low pressure system could develop into tropical depression or storm over the next few days which is currently labeled “Invest 99 L” which could rename Tropical Storm Hermine. Weather modules show a course and if that course is correct this has the […]

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The Grains are trading easier this morning on light volume and the recent spike in Soybean prices lead to farmer selling. And any rally in Grains will invite farmer selling. In the overnight electronic session the September Corn is currently trading at 326 ¼ which is 2 ¼ cents lower. The trading range has been […]

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With the mostly mixed yields in the Corn growing areas which point mainly to lower yields investors and some farmers believe overall we will have adequate yields to meet the demand. With an early colder winter forecasted it could be an interesting harvesting season as well. The Grain complex is taking it on the chin […]

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Storms this weekend spawned tornadoes in three states. Six touchdowns were reported in Michigan on Saturday, two were reported in Indiana that the short path did wreak havoc on whatever was in its way including structures and Corn fields. Ohio had one touchdown reported at Delaware State Park. The September contract has Option Expiration this […]

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Since last Friday’s USDA report that showed very surprising large yields and really not too much of a surprise in the Soybean yield number. The weakness in Wheat seems to be priced in at the moment but the table is set for the floor to collapse in the Soybean market which could spill over into […]

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As we stroll down the winding days of summer we still have a question of what yield this Corn crop will produce in which the majority of investors do not agree with the recent USDA’s estimates. This could be another historic rally this late in the season that coincides with printing U.S. dollars and not […]

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Yes the Farmer’s Almanac is forecasting a snowy November and a February that will make you shiver with arctic bitter cold. That makes for a long winter and a long shortest month on the calendar. Which does not bode well for cheap Natural Gas prices as demand will peak to keep your home warm and […]

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The weather outlook is not very good to our friends in the South where damaging storms are impeding the efficient use of community resources to meet Mother Nature’s brutal blow head on. Our friends in the Plains and West Northwest are fighting fires and parts of the Midwest are having rains that will travel downstream […]

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Flooding late last week which intensified and extremely dangerous condition leaving investors to speculate, was Friday’s late session Grain rally due to the flooding or did farmers and investors alike just did not believe the USDA’s yield numbers. The Mighty Mississippi has floods in large sections that could create a big problem with movement of […]

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