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11-04-2013 09:58 AM
A risk is someone opens their screen everyfday and see a few headlines and
prices crude,, DOW corn, cocoa and buils in some conclusion.
is that going to do any good? I submit
"""However the Fed`s crash team has had a bit of "mission creep" and it is the only thing that is really holding the stock market up''
how contrary you are, for 5 yrs, look at , , ,,,, . later deserves discussion.
re 5000 or 20,
fior decades,,, it uses toi be 400 or 1400,, then 1500 or 3000 and so on.
too many miss the purpose of capital mkts overlain by success, progress..
11-04-2013 10:32 AM
Whoever you are or whatever you do you gotta speak plainly. I get a headache when I read your posts. All I was saying is if someone doesn't stsrt buying soon corn beans we may fall thru critical support. My opinion says time yo buy
11-04-2013 11:08 AM
Too many traders are looking at historic charts and we may impose another supply drought on ourselves.
I often wonder what historic corn price charts would look like adjusted to inflation. Does anybody do that for fun ------- or profit!