Posts by: Daniel Flynn

As Taxation without representation is reverberating around the world I pray the U.S. politicians see the error in their ways. And Brexit unfolding and the revolution seems to be gaining further strength from the people. While they get fat and play the George Soros card “I’m from the government so do what I say”, that […]

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Keeping the promise of reversing the Keystone Pipeline ban President Trump is poised to sign an order with sweeping away the last administrations climate policies that were unfriendly to the Oil Industry, a jobs killer and bad for the economy who’s GDP could not grow past 3% percent which is anemic. Reuters released some of […]

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Chicago FED president Charles Evans speaks in Madrid while the Dallas FED president is going to take part in a discussion of economic conditions and the role of monetary policy at Texas A&M University today. On the Grain front we are trading mostly lower in the complex Soybean Oil leading the way. The May Corn […]

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The market is gearing up for round three of the great debate with the blowhards or in Chicago as we say why we call it the Windy City. I anticipate another stall or as the U.S. Marines motto besides Semper Fidelis is “Hurry up and Wait”. Regardless of the outcome having government involvement in are […]

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As the government rampage of left versus right we must have the wisdom that the left hand should know what the right hand is doing. The markets are trading on Free Markets for Free Men. And the cowardly actions of yesterday’s terrorist attack on the U.K. Parliament just go to show there is no sanctuary […]

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Chris Prentice of Reuters reported yesterday Renewable fuel (D6) Renewable Identification Number (RIN) credits jumped as high as 60 cents apiece according to traders, as the 2017 biofuels requirements came into effect. This impacted the Soybean Oil market reacting to the RFS standards of 15 billion gallon biofuel usage mandate. The Bio-fuels 1.5 RIN credits […]

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The Grain market started higher yesterday but could not sustain the rally only to sell off and go lower on the day. Plantings in southern states have started but weather will be crucial to see if farmers can get ahead of the game without disruption before the March 31st USDA Planting Intentions report. In the […]

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The first day of spring is here and Opening Day for baseball is not far away. What a glorious time. This morning we have Export Inspections at 10:00 A.M. and Milk production in the afternoon at 2:00 P.M. And the Grains are off to good start this morning mostly trading higher. The May Corn is […]

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We are marching towards a new dance as investors monitor Brazilian farmer’s plantings of their second Corn crop, known as safrinha, which is 5% ahead of the average pace. Safrinha accounts for 67%of the country’s total output. The planting progress in Brazil compares to the 3rd or 4th week in May for the U.S. Corn […]

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This morning we kick off the day with Export Sales, Housing Start & Permits and Initial Jobless Claims at 7:30 A.M. followed by the weekly EIA Gas Storage data. On the Corn front investors are eyeballing rains in Brazil and the forecasts pegged to a record 2017 record Corn crop that would reduce U.S. exports. […]

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It looks to be a start of a great day unless your Julius Caesar in 44 B.C. Oops. A lot of information trolling around with today’s FED announcement and the markets trading like Turnaround Tuesday on Wednesday. The marketplace has investors watching the results of the election in the Netherlands, while at 7:30 A.M. investors […]

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The New York Stock Exchange will have normal trading hours and the FOMC Meeting will go on as regularly schedule despite the weather. On the Grain front the NOPA Soy Crush due out tomorrow at 11:00 A.M. Soy Stocks as of February 28th would come in at 1.747 billion Lbs. up from 1.629 at the […]

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