Posts by: Alan Brugler

We have another USDA quarterly Grain Stocks report under our belt, and once again got some big prices moves out of that data. There are […]

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Decades ago, we had related rates algebra story problems.  You know the type.  Bus A is leaving Omaha and traveling east at 75 mph and […]

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The phrase taper tantrum originally applied to the 2013/14 period, when the Fed needed to begin tightening the money supply by curtailing the quantitative easing […]

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While there are multiple reasons for ag markets to move up and down, the main excuses in July tend to be weather related because so […]

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A week ago, the grain and oilseed futures were rolling across the screen at a high rate of speed. The folks at NASS had upped […]

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Monday is Flag Day in the US, an officially recognized holiday since President Woodrow Wilson made it one in 1916, but not a federal or […]

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