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02-07-2019 04:34 PM - edited 02-07-2019 04:35 PM
Wake me when its over...
What....no chatter about the report tomorrow? Saving the emotion for tomorrow?
Storing up your swear words...
Personally, I hope it is bearish corn and wheat so that I can buy more cheaper :-)
Beans are like a song in Wicked, they've been "Defying Gravity" for so long who
knows when the magic wears off. :-)
02-08-2019 07:51 AM - edited 02-08-2019 07:53 AM
the Chinese will rule the day .... if friendly they will wait us out and buy the grains when things settle down
if bearish they will wait until the bottom is hit or close to it before buying...
there was not deadline on purchases that were promised... the last time i looked they are know for being tenacious traders they don't give away there money or technolgy especially if there iis a way to steal it..
02-12-2019 09:02 AM
After reflecting on your thoughts ne50 (was 1950 the last time NE had a winning season? :-) )
I think you are exactly right on your conclusion.....but not your implication.
You basically point out that they are just like us. We did steal the A-bomb from the
Germans by stealing all their mental talent...didn't even pay them the patent royalties.
Every nation will maximize its best return. Pricing energy in petro-dollars is probably
the biggest financial coo of all time, saved us Trillions over the years. Same thing
on the world reserve currency...lets us print money at will with no price to be paid.
So, while you are right...there seemed a bit of acquisation in your point that is
probably not fair to them or us.
Lot's of building hatred for China in many quarters....this is the way big wars get
started...well that...and sailing warships to within 100 feet of a countries territorial