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It has been a while since we have spoken about Strategic Petroleum Reserves (SPR). But not even 24 hours has passed since OPEC paved the way to a sincere compromise to get the Oil market back in balance proposing cuts of 32.5 million barrels a day with the execution to start in November speculators immediately […]

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The markets are acting like they lost their luster after too much sleep before the Fed announcement and the thrill is gone with euphoria while investors hurry up and wait like the U.S. Marines only to have the inevitable happen later or rather than sooner. There are gravestones and cemetery plots of the men and […]

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The Fed kept rates in check but Janet Yellen offered some hawkish comments that Rates could be raised at the December FOMC meeting if they deem there is enough economic growth after the election and be a Scrooge. We will need fantastic Jobs, GDP and Manufacturing data for this to be a good move. In […]

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Bank of Japan kept rates steady but launched a 10 year interest rate targeting inflation which gave strength to the stock market. If the FED throws a surprise party and announces a rate increase we could see some exorbitant volatile price swings. Another headline in the markets yesterday Russia’s permanent representative to OPEC Vladimir Voronkov […]

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Investors seem to be keeping their hands in Their pockets awaiting the FED decision on an Interest Rate hike tomorrow. They seem to be timid and not want to get burned again by misleading statements as the decision will come tomorrow. Today we have Housing Starts and Permits at 7:30 A.M.  Milk Production at 2:00 […]

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My prayers go to my fellow Americans affected by the despicable, cowardly, dastardly action this Saturday night. Unfortunately, our fearless leader was invisible to offer comfort to what and who mattered most The American People!  He was too busy campaigning for Hillary who has just as much of fruitless foreign policy. Well, at least he […]

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Investors continue keeping their hands in pockets as one headline that the high frequency traders are ready to jump on realize the volume is not there with the small little speculators not participating in the regulated Dodd-Frank rules that saved the banks in 2007. Oh Give me a break! Further government controls lack leadership and […]

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Next week the Fed decision on Interest Rates has investors scouring the sidelines with risk of high volatility with a single headline and verbiage from Fed governors. On the Corn front the market is trading a little higher with the December contract currently last at 332 ¼ which is ½ of a cent higher. The […]

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Central banks, government regulations and Free Trade are the epitome of a Freudian Slip if said in one sentence. Government regulations and taxes burdening farmers of what they plant and how much they grow has the government dictating how they disperse what they grew. This is another extension of too much government meddling and not […]

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The good news spillover to the markets did not carry on for long. The Stocks are getting crushed early, U.S. dollar is trading higher, Crude Oil is down significantly even with the recent disruptions in the Gulf of Mexico supplies seemed to be back on track to meet demand. Natural Gas is trading higher at […]

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Jitters on a rate hike have the markets gasping for air. Traders will monitor a speech given by FED dove Lael Brainard. If she turns hawkish this could be one ugly Monday.   She will be the last Fed Governor to give an open speech on economic outlook and monetary policy at the Chicago Council on […]

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The Corn market rallied late in yesterday’s trading session as it came in higher in the overnight electronic session and sold off and traded lower early in the day only to rebound and rally with a strong close at sessions end. The market is still vulnerable to weather and prognosticated yields as we saw in […]

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