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US Coffee C Futures - Mar 15 (KCH5)

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Paulo Piancastelli
Paulo Piancastelli Jan 30, 2015 09:13PM GMT
Just got back from a walk around the farm. Sun damage is readily visible on the trees and growth has been hampered. So far, we had 70mm of rain this month, as recorded on our weather station, evapotranspiration is roughly double that. With one day to go, it seems unlikely that we'll reach last year's 87mm... Which was already bad compared to 2013's 329mm for the same period.

PEDRO ESBORIOL Jan 30, 2015 05:33PM GMT
Don't sell in a quite market!!

Abhishek Mysore Ramachandra
Abhishek Mysore Ramachandra Jan 30, 2015 01:56PM GMT
4hrs daily & weekly technicals might be indicating a reversal or 160 a bottom however one should closely follow the monthly trend - it tells a diff story

sam anderson
sam anderson Jan 29, 2015 09:08PM GMT
watch coffee next month at 140s level
kam Memor
kam Memor Jan 30, 2015 11:35AM GMT

Ademis Vitti
Ademis Vitti Jan 28, 2015 09:57AM GMT
As the volume of exports was a record and domestic demand growing every year, I think that our stocks are low, now is the question, whether this year and next Brazilian coffee volume will achieve supply the foreign demand for and which accounts for 30 % of the volume, and alsothe domestic demand rising every year, so that we had reflected future prices, and the future market will show which and perspective to this picture.

Ademis Vitti
Ademis Vitti Jan 28, 2015 09:53AM GMT
Many Traders and superior information, remains sold in the coffee market! Most likely it is for almost all commodities are the prices down, and I also think by major importing countries in the year they have imported a record volume, Brazil exported a record volume of 36 million bags, and so are their inventories are with good volume. It is noteworthy that the coffee is not like other commodities, it is not like oil or iron that out of the earth or the sea, and is not produced as soya or maize as in other countries. Ai comes the question, and that some people bassists in coffee and skeptics insist on the contrary, that what happened in the climate in Brazil in the last two years will not affect the global supply and the supply and demand balance will keep balanced. And good Bears plant betting this line of thought to beware as they can take a nice butt. The Brazil last year and this year had dry and heats record in producing regions, both arabica much conilon, making the coffee trees do not vegetate therefore not releasing new branches to develop new fruit. The Brazil in 2014 had a crop failure of 30% and is expected again in 2015 fell by 30% or more again.
tommy in exile
tommy in exile Jan 28, 2015 01:41PM GMT
Can't really follow your train of thought since your statement is contradictive.
Ademis Vitti
Ademis Vitti Jan 28, 2015 03:35PM GMT
If it were that easy everyone would the market..

Rodolfo Batlle
Rodolfo Batlle Jan 27, 2015 11:11PM GMT
You people are parasites playing with coffee farmers' livelihood.
Rajendra Kumar
Rajendra Kumar Jan 28, 2015 11:16AM GMT
We have enough real parasites that are causing dramatic reduction of Arabica in India. I am highly affected too. People are switching over to Robusta varieties.
tommy in exile
tommy in exile Jan 28, 2015 01:38PM GMT
Rodolfo, I'm long and bullish and don't short coffee at all only major indices. So you call that a parasite? Everybody that buys coffee helps push the price up, which is good for producers. How many shorters do you see in this forum and also check out the sentiment here.Suppose you have to resort to insulting because of your inadequazies.
Gabu  Max
Gabu Max Jan 29, 2015 01:16PM GMT
The market is an open tunnel...everyone can get in, but not all know what to find at the end. Nobody is forced to grow coffee and nobody needs to drink coffee to survive. If the market plays up or down - this is part of the game. Rodolfo...if you are a romantic grower, try grapes.

tommy in exile
tommy in exile Jan 23, 2015 06:09PM GMT
Have been watching 160 like a hawk. Not closing below keeps me in.
Jan Baťha
Jan Baťha Jan 23, 2015 06:14PM GMT
if close 160+ you think this is rebound?
Alpha A.
Alpha A. Jan 23, 2015 06:30PM GMT
Tommy - me too. A strong close today certainly looks promising for next week. It just keeps rebounding from 160. I expect a modest rally if it closes well above 160, to just under 180.
tommy in exile
tommy in exile Jan 23, 2015 07:46PM GMT
Coffee is one of the few commodities with bullish fudamentals. We'll see next week if price rebounds, but holding 160 has it's importance technically.

Tee Rex
Tee Rex Jan 23, 2015 10:06AM GMT
What you think guys? Is it really time to buy? Touched 160 yesterday.
robert lorec
robert lorec Jan 23, 2015 11:24AM GMT
http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-VUEl8xs0ioU/VMDaTUwxdjI/AAAAAAAAGtA/TS7if-VPUUA/s1600/coffee.png you can buy if you are day traider there can be a bounce, set up a stop lose., but is better to wait. Play on your own risk. GL

Gabu  Max
Gabu Max Jan 20, 2015 01:44PM GMT
Brazil´s coffee production in 2014= 45 mil bags. Internal mrkt 20 mil + 36 exported=56 mil bags. So, we have sold 10 mil from previous crop. How much of inventory we have left to match demand if we produce the same of last year?
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