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02-21-2019 08:23 AM
02-21-2019 09:46 AM
Well at least we have been honest with ourselves....
We know that most of the market info we get comes from biased sources who are just shaking the supply tree to see how much more they can get bought.
This inbred distortion in our market information makes most of us very slow at decisions and quick to doubt a good move.
Fake news has been driving markets down for 4 years---or at least "projected" news.........
There will be a correction at some point
Lots of issues this year and when usda harvested last spring they did not forsee crops in the field all winter...
there are several chickens that aren't on the roost yet.
02-21-2019 11:59 AM
Your showing your age ------ back in "the day" ....... when sales and supply moved the market .......10 cent moves really meant something ....especially knowing it seldom happened.... 10 cents was profit......
just kidding ya ........ it has been a long time since the word "up" could be used in a sentince without the word "yours".
and at least beans are in a break out spot that hopefully doesn't feel like an enima when it is over.