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The Grain complex has been completely under pressure and the old adage of rain makes grain and the thoughts of this rainy storms across the South, Plains and Mid-West will keep the farmers out of the fields. But guess what. The beautiful weather we have experienced the last couple of days had farmers in the […]

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Even with exports at a great pace and weather not cooperating in this early part of the planting season, investors believe whatever drama the U.S. Farmer faces we will still see record crops and the futures markets are showing it. Argentina and Brazil’s record crops are painting a gloomy picture to prices for Farmers regardless […]

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The minions have spoken and the corrupt politicians should soon get an education that they cannot continue to bamboozled the voters they were elected to represent. This is a warning that taxation without representation will not be tolerated and will not be forgotten as they think we are too stupid to remember. Raising taxes at […]

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Just as we have seen in the Good Ol’ USA the minions are tired overtaxed and growing to zero tolerance of being bullied by a certain so-called elite in government. In November the people had spoken and now we are on a new path that will not accept bullying and globalism that certain factions force […]

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Saudi’s are talking further production cuts after yesterday’s huge drop on no news. After a mostly bullish inventory data on both the API and EIA the Energy complex could not rally and it seemed that computer algorithms kicked in and slammed the market with the expiration of the May contract. In the overnight electronic session […]

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Plantings are behind in the Mid-West with wet or flooded fields and the weather forecast are calling for more rains keeping farmers of the fields. The Grain complex cannot seem to muster any type of rally with South America’s record harvest. Exports kept the bears at bay but they have this market bottled up with […]

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The Crude Oil markets look pretty toppy but looks can be deceiving the market is trading near another support level. With Ethanol production at all-time highs and talk of fracking has investors thinking we will be swimming in Oil forever just like Jed Clampetts Cement pond. In today’s geo-political world and posturing by rogue states […]

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A lot of perceived drama over the weekend that only put a red-face on Kim Jong-un and his threats. The market retreated early in the overnight but is creeping higher as more bulls will get on board. On the Corn front the market is in a tight trading range and the glorious weather we experienced […]

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The North Korean Lilliputian warns of a big event today as the Carl Vinson strike force steams towards the Korean Peninsula. The dictator also has plans to detonate a nuclear bomb Saturday to mark the “Day of the Sun”. This boy is playing with fire with China’s posturing on the border and Navy Seals who […]

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Last night’s API data showed draws in Crude Oil 1.3 million barrels, Gasoline down 3.7 million barrels, Distillates down 1.6 million while Cushing Oklahoma showed builds of 358 thousand barrels. All in all this is a bullish number and the market grudgingly rallied as geo-political factors are being priced in the market and waiting the […]

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On the 1st day of Passover and a Full Moon and headlines of more geo-political events that could possibly take place as we move closer to Easter. For starters Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is meeting with G-7 ministers to talk sanctions on Syria and possibly Russia, Iran and any other country harboring or taking […]

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The cowardly terrorist Isis is at it again and this is just another factoid they should be driven to the inferno regions down below. Iran, Russia and Syria are warned the blood is on your hands, your fingerprints are all over the cowardly assault on the Egyptian Coptic churches where people come to pray only […]

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