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US Soybeans Futures - Jan 15 (ZSF5)

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1,036.38 -12.22    (-1.17%)
15:54:10 GMT - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Agriculture
Unit: 1 Bushel

  • Prev. Close: 1,048.60
  • Open: 1,048.88
  • Day's Range: 1,031.88 - 1,059.13
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Soybeans Futures Contracts
Delayed Futures - 10:42 - Thursday, October 30th
 MonthLastChg.OpenHighLowVolumeTimeChart
Cash 1015-4s+34-40-01015-41015-4010/29/14Q / C / O
Nov 14 1031-0-12-01042-41053-61027-04180210:42Q / C / O
Jan 15 1036-4-12-41048-41059-21031-610532010:42Q / C / O
Mar 15 1042-4-13-41056-01066-21038-62776310:42Q / C / O
May 15 1049-2-13-41062-61072-41045-41363410:42Q / C / O
Jul 15 1054-6-14-41069-01078-41051-41472210:41Q / C / O
Aug 15 1057-6-10-01068-61068-61052-633410:01Q / C / O
Sep 15 1030-0-10-61040-01040-01026-012710:25Q / C / O
Nov 15 1012-4-8-21020-01030-01005-2697610:41Q / C / O
Jan 16 1012-6-12-61024-61030-01012-43509:11Q / C / O
Mar 16 1018-0-12-21035-01035-01017-02409:05Q / C / O
May 16 1032-4-0-61031-41032-41031-41507:16Q / C / O
Jul 16 1037-4-1-41036-61037-41036-61307:17Q / C / O
Aug 16 1036-6s+28-20-01036-61036-6110/29/14Q / C / O
Sep 16 1006-6s+18-01008-61008-61006-6310/29/14Q / C / O
Nov 16 987-4-10-4998-01000-6982-09410:41Q / C / O
Jul 17 1017-4s+13-41015-61021-01015-6410/29/14Q / C / O
Nov 17 992-4s+12-4998-4999-4992-4210/29/14Q / C / O

   
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Enlighwisdom Wisdom
Enlighwisdom Wisdom Oct 30, 2014 09:51AM GMT
Latest Finding ..... 1 contract is 5,000 bushels,therefore 2 billion bushels = 400,000 contracts, trading for 3 days already exceed these 4 hundred thousand contracts, so you should know what it means, right ?
Mahipal Loka Reddy
Mahipal Loka Reddy Oct 30, 2014 11:59AM GMT
does it meant go short or long now???????/ wisdom
Enlighwisdom Wisdom
Enlighwisdom Wisdom Oct 30, 2014 12:24PM GMT
Wait until it comes down then play long.
ashok sharma
ashok sharma Oct 30, 2014 02:35PM GMT
When

John Smith
John Smith Oct 30, 2014 12:39AM GMT
Who other then Goldstein believes beans will be $8 by tomorrow?
Enlighwisdom Wisdom
Enlighwisdom Wisdom Oct 30, 2014 02:49AM GMT
Oh, I forgot to ask Goldstein if he is still thinking of 'swimming in the pool of money ' in another,say 2 to 3 more months time.
John Smith
John Smith Oct 30, 2014 03:28AM GMT
remember I was "full of beans" when i said 9 was stable ... and he said he was an expert as they would be $8.
Mahipal Loka Reddy
Mahipal Loka Reddy Oct 30, 2014 03:31AM GMT
john you have proved your point with goldstein,now do you have any clue when would this rally end and we can go for shorts to make the most of it
John Smith
John Smith Oct 30, 2014 04:01AM GMT
haha i said in a prior post in my opinion a drop will occur leading up to the November report. If the November report is bearish you will see the beans back down to the low 9's.. If its bullish it will go up a little. But again guys the biggest factor is the weather. If the weather in South America turns really dry... watch out beans will go higher. BUT if it ends up being great growing weather low 9's will be the normal

FENG WAN
FENG WAN Oct 29, 2014 04:35PM GMT
Soybean harvest will be done in a week or 1 1/2 week...Funds still push the price higher like never seen.
Enlighwisdom Wisdom
Enlighwisdom Wisdom Oct 29, 2014 08:56PM GMT
Feng Wan, I told you to study Granville 8 rules is to remind you it can be a bull run, but you prefer to believe that it is a short squeeze, what can I say ?. You dont have to wait for 1 or 2 weeks now ,70% of harvest is 2.8 billion bushels,if farmers were to sell at this price at 1 shot, no 1 can hold the market, as John has put it, storage for 1 year is not an issue, guys that dont believe and still playing shorts are helping the market makers to push up the market further by forcing you guys short covered.If I am not wrong, the market can go to 1080-1100 before consolidate around 1020-1050 ( no guarantee ). Ask John who is a farmer, what is in his mind now, then we know how farmer think at this stage ? REMEMBER, only with the help of farmers selling ,then the price will start to drop.
Enlighwisdom Wisdom
Enlighwisdom Wisdom Oct 29, 2014 09:16PM GMT
One big question we still cant solve ? Is this banker a hyper giant who can buy over the 4 billion bushels of soybean without any difficulty ? Think about it, short sell speculators ......
John Smith
John Smith Oct 30, 2014 12:18AM GMT
At this price farmers will sell.. My guess is about 50% before Dec 31st... and 50% after January 1st.... due to tax reasons. My personal thoughts are you will start to see a pretty significant drop in prices before the November crop report.... I still believe no lower then in the 9's regardless. I think the chances of prices going much higher are very slim unless omsething bullish occurs in South America like extremely dry weather
Enlighwisdom Wisdom
Enlighwisdom Wisdom Oct 30, 2014 01:43AM GMT
John, can you explain how you are being tax... why must you sell your goods before 31 DEC ?
Enlighwisdom Wisdom
Enlighwisdom Wisdom Oct 30, 2014 02:25AM GMT
Thxs
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