Posts by: Daniel Flynn

In the overnight electronic session the September Corn is getting pasted currently trading at 381 which is 11 ½ cents lower. The trading range has been 389 ¼ to 380 ¼ so far. The weather we experiences in the Mid-west this weekend was a bearish factor. However, I anticipate this crop to be damaged and [...]

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The weak PMI reading from China will only reinforce negative sentiment towards commodities. Demand numbers could fall off the map which commodities are pricing in. Demand could pick up on further policy easing. Investors are also concerned about softer numbers in the euro-zone and is too soon the “all clear” on contagion risk from the [...]

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Did the Gold find a bottom for now or is another country going to dump their gold reserves on the market to accumulate paper currency. The selling we have seen this week seems to have taken a break and the commodity markets seem to have taken notice as well. In the overnight electronic session the [...]

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As we realize summer temperatures for this part of the year investors are looking at the fields trying to see if the yields in Iowa and other western mid-western states will make up for losses in the Illinois and Indiana crop. Also traders are wondering will or will not the USDA will lower the U.S. [...]

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In the overnight electronic session the Grains have seemed to found their bottom. Or did they? That is the two primary questions investors are asking is the U.S dollar too expensive for exports and is this crop the worse one we have seen in years. The September Corn is currently trading at 406 which is [...]

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The weather experienced this weekend drove prices down yet again. Today we have weekly Export Intentions and Crop Progress data. When the USDA shows more accurate data that what I see in the fields. In the overnight electronic session the September Corn is currently trading at 415 ½ which is 4 ¾ cents lower. The [...]

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Depending on who you talk to the crops from Illinois to Ohio do not look so promising. Although Iowa and Nebraska Corn is flourishing and some investors think those yields will compensate for shortages by the other growing states that yields will be on the lower side of the spectrum. I still believe this is [...]

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In the overnight electronic session the Grains bounced off the lows that the highs were sold into any sort of rally. The market is still wildly fundamentally bullish. The September Corn is currently trading at 433 ½ which is 4 cents higher. The trading range has been 434 to 429 ¼ so far. Monday may [...]

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Not even hours after the administration caved in to the hostile regime thinking it would further destroy the Energy sector that kept the U.S. economy afloat during rough times the lack of transparency was at it again wanting to raise Federal Gas Taxes to nearly double. Yes you can write to him Rep. Rick Larsen [...]

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The deal struck will have Iran under scrutiny for 10 years and have them release Oil as we have a lifting of sanctions. This still must pass Congress and if it does, God Help Us”. According to the plan from what I heard and read so far if Iran does not play nice the sanctions [...]

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Greece and the Eurozone creditors are putting the final touches of a 3 year deal that should keep Greece in the Euro and hopefully stop their economy from spiraling out of control the abyss. This deal that was struck went U.S. stocks and equities higher. The other deal with Iran and the Six World Powers [...]

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The marketplace endured some crushing blows in the last week. Whether it was economic data or computer problems that spin a positive light or a dramatic end of the world scenery in the global  economic fears we are facing. In the overnight electronic session the July Corn is currently trading at 419 which is 2 [...]

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