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US Coffee C Futures - Dec 14 (KCZ4)

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  • Open: 180.93
  • Day's Range: 176.43 - 182.73
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Cold Coffee Isn't Cheap
Cold Coffee Isn't Cheap
By International Business Times - Jul 17, 2014

By Kathleen Caulderwood - If you’ve noticed your coffee budget is a little tight this summer, you’re not alone. More than other countries, Americans looking for caffeine have turned to the sweet, ...

Soft futures lower; ICE cotton continues downward trend
Soft futures lower; ICE cotton continues downward trend
By Investing.com - Jul 01, 2014

Investing.com - Cotton futures traded at the lowest level since December 2012 on Tuesday, after the U.S. Department of Agriculture said U.S. farmers planted more cotton than expected. On the ICE ...

Soft futures mixed; ICE cotton enters bear market
Soft futures mixed; ICE cotton enters bear market
By Investing.com - Jun 26, 2014

Investing.com - Cotton futures fell to the lowest level in 17 months on Thursday, as rains across key growing regions in the U.S. added to expectations of a bumper U.S. cotton crop. On the ICE ...

Soft futures mixed; coffee re-approaches 5-week low
Soft futures mixed; coffee re-approaches 5-week low
By Investing.com - May 14, 2014

Investing.com - U.S. coffee prices extended losses from the previous session on Wednesday to re-approach a five-week low hit earlier in the week, amid indications supplies might be on the rise despite...

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knut erik f. berger
knut erik f. berger Sep 21, 2014 11:21AM GMT
Given the fact that african countries stands for around 13%, of which only half is produced in west africa, could we still see some buying-pressure? Maybe out of psychological reasons like pure fear? . . qualified opinions anyone?

robert lorec
robert lorec Sep 19, 2014 08:19PM GMT
this situation is a little bit strange.... US has a record debt, the dollar index reaches a new highs since 2011. If it's will still grow at range 87-91 we can easily have 160$ for coffee or less... but it can also be big inflated balloon (US market), Warren Buffett, Soros are predicted big market correction and put a really big money into. We will see soon.
Stanislav Sindov
Stanislav Sindov Sep 19, 2014 08:25PM GMT
Yep it is coming , when ever China chooses to pull the plug e will see it .
tommy in exile
tommy in exile Sep 19, 2014 09:57PM GMT
The $ is getting stronger because QE is ending,
tommy in exile
tommy in exile Sep 19, 2014 10:03PM GMT
How could you miss this fact,known months ago SS?. Guess you did not wake up in the richest country in the world.. I do admire,if true,your mission to help novice traders,but am questioning if you actually lead them to the slaughter house.
Stanislav Sindov
Stanislav Sindov Sep 19, 2014 10:18PM GMT
I never said that I do not agree with the principle of it going up for a reason , all I said is that there are a couple of factors in the market that can change it overnight , we are seeing most of the factors of the 2008 ..... As well as China's slowing down economy which indicates that their investment in overseas debt will be much smaller as well as they will start changing their asset investments to cope with deficits . And there is no reason to mansion Scotland , be respectful to others peoples dreams please )
Get  ReaL
Get ReaL Sep 19, 2014 11:35PM GMT
Well Said!!!! Many before us gave their lives to give us the Freedom we now have.

Mark Nasty
Mark Nasty Sep 19, 2014 07:35PM GMT
LOL.. I'm loving it.. oh sir Stanislav.. please help us... LOL.... pathetic
tommy in exile
tommy in exile Sep 19, 2014 08:14PM GMT
Why Nasty? No offence,do see your point. The sheep and pigs get slaughtert!
Stanislav Sindov
Stanislav Sindov Sep 19, 2014 08:24PM GMT
Be mature , we only had a 2 % slide from 181 buy , this is not something any one can class as s slaughter ..)
tommy in exile
tommy in exile Sep 19, 2014 09:51PM GMT
It is a stockmarket adage, not immaturity. Don't mean no disrespect to you SS.. BTW,I'm long @188 &184 and can handle a 3rd position much lower..
Stanislav Sindov
Stanislav Sindov Sep 19, 2014 10:19PM GMT
In time it will rise , patience is the most important in trading .
Eduard EC
Eduard EC Sep 20, 2014 04:29AM GMT
Mark Nasty, you are the same **** like Abdel and Momentum trader.. Not long ago they wrote similar comments about SS when coffee was going up and they expected 240. They made a mock of SS suggestion to open SHORT.. And what happened we know all.. Read a couple of weeks back and maybe you will see your face in the mirror....
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