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US Soybeans Futures - Nov 14 (ZSX4)

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943.63 -7.78    (-0.82%)
17:56:19 GMT - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Agriculture
Unit: 1 Bushel

  • Prev. Close: 951.40
  • Open: 949.50
  • Day's Range: 936.13 - 950.38
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US Soybeans Overview

Prev. Close951.40
MonthNov 14
Tick Size0.0025
Open949.50
Contract Size5,000 Bushels
Tick Value12.5
Day's Range936.13 - 950.38
Settlement TypePhysical
Base SymbolZS (S)
52 wk Range904.38 - 1536.62
1-Year Return-26.51%

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Roman Kraus
Roman Kraus Oct 20, 2014 11:55AM GMT
short closed. waiting for direction

Enlighwisdom Wisdom
Enlighwisdom Wisdom Oct 19, 2014 12:37AM GMT
Two-to Three consecutive weeks of dryness climate in Brasil, as a result it may cause a delay of planting, shorts player must not overlooked this factor.
H Goldstein
H Goldstein Oct 19, 2014 09:54PM GMT
Here are 3 facts that I would think that John Smith would know. But apparently, as per his posts below, he does not. And he say's that I do not understand these markets. Facts: 1. Brazil is expected to harvest more than 90 million tons of soybeans this year, overthrowing the U.S. as the leading soy-producing country. 2. Northern states will produce record yields. 3. Most farmers do not have the storage space for the huge surpluses and will have no choice but to sell. Soon we will see who truly has no understanding of these markets. Watch, wait, listen, and learn. The ship "800" will soon pull into the harbor.
Enlighwisdom Wisdom
Enlighwisdom Wisdom Oct 20, 2014 01:13AM GMT
Didn't Brazil harvest its soybean already ? Isn't it waiting for next season planting ? And Wasde report didnt mention that Brazil has huge harvest ........ so who is telling the truth ? It get me very confuse now.
Jorgito Pocho
Jorgito Pocho Oct 20, 2014 01:45PM GMT
Enligh Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay and Argentina are just starting planting and they will harvest from february to may. Weather in the south of southamerica is perfect with a great reserve of water in the ground. Just in four states of brasil there were a drought, but is changing. If you look some outlooks you can see the change. And is developing an event of El Niño that means more rains and more grains for southamerica. So for the mid and long term im still bearish.
Enlighwisdom Wisdom
Enlighwisdom Wisdom Oct 20, 2014 02:05PM GMT
Thxs
saleem abbas
saleem abbas Oct 20, 2014 03:34PM GMT
what about your wheat target 400 in month
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H Goldstein
H Goldstein Oct 17, 2014 05:36PM GMT
This market will begin breaking down. Just needs a little more time. Still holding my short positions and still looking for the 800 level. Patience is the key. There have been delays in harvesting and the full magnitude of the surpluses have not yet been digested into the price. It will happen suddenly and on short notice. You will see this market plunge. Remember, you heard it here first. And also remember who the doubters are. We will see what they have to say when this market truly bottoms out.
John Smith
John Smith Oct 17, 2014 07:24PM GMT
Goldstein so are you admitting you were wrong when you said it would be 8 on October 30th? Furthermore are you saying you were wrong when you told me I was full of beans, and saying I have no understanding and just stick to farming when I said $9 was a stability point?? Because if your not saying that it shows what kind of man you are. Man up when your wrong and just say "im wrong"...because you are/were I have a better understanding of the markets and I have a better understanding of what makes the market go up and down then you because Im here growing them. Stick to living in your moms basement and leave the soy market to the professionals! And to anyone that wants to defend him just read his old messages and know several got deleted where he insulted a lot of people and also where he was wrong in a lot of his predictions (somehow half of them mysteriously got deleted)
H Goldstein
H Goldstein Oct 17, 2014 11:34PM GMT
John, If you read my post above, you will see that I continue to hold my short position in soy and continue to look for the 800 level that I have always been looking for ever since I took the short position when we were nearly at 1000. My outlook, view, and projections for this market have not changed at all since I first began posting on this forum which is back when I first began taking my short positions. If you want me to admit that I was wrong as to the exact date and time that I projected the 800 price, then ok, the time and date was wrong. But John, realistically, who really cares if I am off on the date and time? All I, and anyone who has followed me cares about is that it DOES get to that level. Not "when", but "IF". And I am still saying that it will. So, I am holding my short position and looking for my price target, even if harvesting delays and other factors are making us wait a little longer.
H Goldstein
H Goldstein Oct 17, 2014 11:39PM GMT
And, by the way, it is not yet October 30th.
Enlighwisdom Wisdom
Enlighwisdom Wisdom Oct 18, 2014 01:05AM GMT
Mr Goldstein, I think you are too optimistic, usda projected farmer price 900-1100,I dont think people would dare to play short positions when it reaches 900,rather they will book profit and short covered. The price of below 900 is likely to occur when people were caught of force-sell, or in another words, once the force-selling is done, the market will rebound immediately. The price of 800 will only occur when next month usda report projects its ' farmer soybean price close to this range... that is 820-800.
H Goldstein
H Goldstein Oct 18, 2014 04:34PM GMT
Wisdom, The price may retrace upward a little bit when it gets to 900 on short covering but that doesn't mean that is the bottom or anywhere near it. People have been short covering all the way down from over 1000 but it didn't matter. I have always said that prices do not move in a straight line. We are still heading south over the longer term and are in a downward trend. Upcoming news and data will continue the price meltdown to the 800 level. It is just a matter of a little more time. That is my analysis and I'm sticking to it.
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