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US Coffee C Futures - Dec 14 (KCZ4)

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190.58 -1.90    (-0.99%)
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Type: Commodity
Group: Agriculture
Unit: 1 Pound

  • Prev. Close: 192.48
  • Open: 193.40
  • Day's Range: 188.50 - 193.40
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Justin Smyth
Commodities May Be Bottoming
By Justin Smyth - Sep 17, 2014

There's been a dramatic collapse in commodities since the April/May timeframe. Grains have gotten absolutely crushed. Corn, wheat, and soybeans all were looking promising earlier in the year and ...

Justin Smyth
Bull Bear Report: Trend Watch
By Justin Smyth - Aug 28, 2014 1

I'm introducing a new report to the site called the "Bull Bear Report".  This is a simple trend following model using a moving average crossover system to determine if a market is in a bull market or ...

Tiho Brkan
Commodities Watch: Ags Remain Bearish
By Tiho Brkan - Aug 13, 2014

Chart 1: Agricultural Index has become extremely oversold as of late  Source: Short Side of Long Agricultural prices have been bashed, smashed and trashed very hard over the last several months. It is...

Commodity Trade Mantra
Food Costs Are No Joke  
By Commodity Trade Mantra  - Jul 17, 2014

If This Continues, You May Need Armed Guards On Food Trucks The basic necessities in life just keep getting more expensive.  On Tuesday, Hershey Company (NYSE:HSY) announced that the prices of all of ...

Avatrade
Coffee Still Under Selling Pressure
By Avatrade - Jul 16, 2014

Coffee is trading below the downward trend line on a 60 minute time frame. The commodity had a false breakout when it broke its first downward trend line and failed to break its minor resistance. The ...

Peter Vogel
Commodity Bull Or Bear?
By Peter Vogel - Jul 02, 2014

Long Term Perspective Many investors are uncertain whether we are in a commodity bull or bear market. Without a doubt, there are a lot of conflicting fundamentals regarding shortages and surpluses in...

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Abhishek Mysore Ramachandra
Abhishek Mysore Ramachandra Oct 24, 2014 05:28PM GMT
Coffee filled 191.52 made a high 192.6 now @ 190.40 inching towards 1st target 187

Abhishek Mysore Ramachandra
Abhishek Mysore Ramachandra Oct 24, 2014 05:23PM GMT
Resistance & best sell 191.52 - 193.04 target active @ 187 - 184.70

Krzysztof K.
Krzysztof K. Oct 24, 2014 01:15PM GMT
Coffee is so oversold right now... more to that we are above 2014 trendline [TF:D]... I am guessing that 186 will be the lowest we will get... however sticking to my plan... 195, 190 are hit... eventually waiting for 185, 180 and below that starting to hedge... in worst scenario probably I will be buying again @ 175, 170.
Mark Nasty
Mark Nasty Oct 24, 2014 01:44PM GMT
OMG.. someone with a brain on this board finally...perhaps you dice rollers should listen
Big Cov
Big Cov Oct 24, 2014 02:04PM GMT
Mark, maybe you should give us your opinion on your analysis?
Mark Nasty
Mark Nasty Oct 24, 2014 02:57PM GMT
As a roaster and importer, we don't just look at the singular supply of Brazilian. Brazilian is a base bean and can be easily swapped out. Forget the charts. If the C market goes above 200 then we don't buy (or not as much) therefore the demand goes down and supply goes back up (Economics 101). The numbers from other regions such as Columbia are way up over 5-7 years ago so the "milds" are better values. Also, as a base bean we can easily switch to Robusta from Vietnam & Mexico that are way up and supply and cheap. I am sitting on 3 containers now bought at 181 and I will hold off to 172. Others in a buying group I am apart of are holding till 178 (too high IMO). Starbucks and GMCR are holding massive stock and Timmies has switched to Mexican base. The volatility you are seeing is speculators playing against each other. Chart if you will, the real buyers are holding to lower levels.
Big Cov
Big Cov Oct 24, 2014 03:07PM GMT
mark, that is the first Non school ground comment you have made on this forum. thank you.
Tony Garri
Tony Garri Oct 24, 2014 03:13PM GMT
Ok, that seems interesting for a debate Mark, I would like to know what is the % of real coffee buyers/roasters and what you call 'speculators' (let's say banks, hedge funds and others..),, at then end that's what moves the price. Coffee is the second highest traded commodity in the world (after oil),,, So that percentage for real coffee players/ rest of investors will give us the key about who controls the price
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