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Kluis Comments 1/21

Wow it has been quite a week, it is -27 in Wayzata, Minnesota with a – 34 wind-chill this morning. I got to work wide awake. Also, yesterday a 27 cent trading range in corn futures and it is only January. This type of volatility and the price action in gold and crude oil is a real caution sign to me. Long term I think corn and soybean prices can go higher, but short term we may be putting in a top. A lot of the cycles I work with project a high on January 20 or January 21 with a low due late this month or in early February.  I am on my way to Colorado next week to speak at the Colorado Farm Show in Greeley, Co on Tuesday and Wednesday. I hope to see some of you at the show. 

 

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Re: Kluis Comments 1/21

Well you just as well go back to bed. Corn is up 7 as I type.

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Re: Kluis Comments 1/21

I'll admit this analysis is wrong if March Corn closes above $6.67! 

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Re: Kluis Comments 1/21

Could have seen a double top today. Wish I would have had a sell order in at the $6.79 July 2011 mark. Monday morning I might be saying I should have sold the whole lock , stock, and barrel.

 

Could have, Would have, Should have.....didn't. Famous last words.

 

I hope that you are wrong, Al. Have a great weekend.

 

The positive thing about today's markets was the old crop/new crop spread narrowing, signifying some attention past the tight 2010 crop inventories.

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