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US Soybeans Futures - Nov 14 (ZSX4)

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994.63 +1.23    (+0.12%)
8:25:46 GMT - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Agriculture
Unit: 1 Bushel

  • Prev. Close: 993.40
  • Open: 991.75
  • Day's Range: 991.25 - 999.88
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US Soybeans Candlestick Patterns

Recognized Bullish Chart Patterns
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Unrecognized Patterns
Bearish Patterns
Abandoned Baby Bearish
Advance Block Bearish
Belt Hold Bearish
Break Away Bearish
Dark Cloud Cover
Deliberation Bearish
Counter Attack
Doji Star Bearish
Engulfing Bearish
Evening Doji Star
Evening Star
Bearish Inverted Hammer
Hanging Man
Dragonfly Bearish
Harami Bearish
Harami Cross Bearish
Identical Three Black Crows
Kicking Bearish
Meeting Lines Bearish
Shooting Star
Gravestone Doji
Three Inside Down
Three Outside Down
Tri-Star Bearish
Two Crows
Upside Gap Two Crows
Downside Gap Three Methods
Downside Tasuki Gap
Falling Three Methods
In Neck Bearish
On Neck Bearish
Separating Lines
Side by Side White Lines Bearish
Three Black Crows
Three Line Strike
Thrusting Bearish
Bullish Patterns
Abandoned Baby Bullish
Belt Hold Bullish
Break Away Bullish
Concealing Baby Swallow
Bullish doji Star
Bullish Engulfing
Bullish Hammer
Dragonfly Doji
Harami Bullish
Harami Cross
Homing Pigeon
Inverted Hammer
Meeting Lines bullish
Morning Doji Star
Morning Star
Piercing Line
Stick Sandwich
Three Inside Up
Three Outside Up
Three Stars in the South
Tri-Star Bullish
Three River Bottom
Mat Hold Bullish
Rising Three Methods
Separating Lines Bullish
Side by Side White Lines
Three White Soldiers
Upside Gap Three Methods
Three Line Strike
Upside Tasuki Gap Bullish
Ladder Bottom Bullish
 

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Enlighwisdom Wisdom
Enlighwisdom Wisdom Oct 24, 2014 04:29AM GMT
I have 1 interesting objective question for all of us to answer. Question : What made the banker not afraid of farmers dumping their stocks at this current price, say 1000 ? (a) because it is still below farmers' costing price (b) the yield would be lowered by 5-10% projected by the Wasde report in October (c) Too many short positions in the market,the banker wants to force them to cut loss (e) This banker is super-hyper giant,its capital is huge enough to absorb all selling pressure from farmers and short sellers .

Enlighwisdom Wisdom
Enlighwisdom Wisdom Oct 24, 2014 04:15AM GMT
OK, guys, put aside the argument of who control the market, John will you make profit by selling at 970 ?
John Smith
John Smith Oct 24, 2014 04:22AM GMT
A very conservative farmer who spent very little on the inputs who owns the farm ground will make a profit. However one who spent a lot on inputs who rents his farm ground will not make a profit
Enlighwisdom Wisdom
Enlighwisdom Wisdom Oct 24, 2014 04:47AM GMT
So, John, am I right to say that this price 970 is around the cost margin ?

John Smith
John Smith Oct 24, 2014 12:12AM GMT
Wow Goldstein really knew what he was talking about! Hey guys this is a reason why a farmer knows more and has more control of the market then "bankers" investors and guys like Goldstein
Enlighwisdom Wisdom
Enlighwisdom Wisdom Oct 24, 2014 12:25AM GMT
John , you may celebrate now, but have you sold some of your stocks already ?
Enlighwisdom Wisdom
Enlighwisdom Wisdom Oct 24, 2014 12:28AM GMT
Farmers has no control of market,only the banker do.
John Smith
John Smith Oct 24, 2014 12:58AM GMT
wisdom... are you kidding me? Think about it. If the "bankers" are not having the market pay enough what goes on? 1. The farmer locks the soybeans in storage and doesnt sell until they are higher 2. The farmer decides to plant something else on his ground 3. The farmer puts less in fertilizer and care into his soybeans which decreases yields. So with that being said do you still believe the "banker" controls the market? My "stock" was sold some time ago when it was higher yet
Matt Uptin
Matt Uptin Oct 24, 2014 01:06AM GMT
John... so what are you thoughts going forward? I am holding Soy/Wheat & have for awhile... nice to see it go up!!!
John Smith
John Smith Oct 24, 2014 01:25AM GMT
I think 9's are going to be the "normal" Unless 1. Poor weather in South America occurs 2. N. American farmers continue to have harvest delays. Any of this occurs... what will occur is 10's becoming the new normal. 8's will only occur if near perfect brazil weather occurs and the harvest in north america ends up being perfect from this point fwd... that being said High 8's would be where they would settle
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