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US Soybeans Futures - Nov 14 (ZSX4)

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932.38 -5.62    (-0.60%)
0:18:04 GMT - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Agriculture
Unit: 1 Bushel

  • Prev. Close: 938.00
  • Open: 936.00
  • Day's Range: 931.13 - 936.88
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Enlighwisdom Wisdom
Enlighwisdom Wisdom Sep 22, 2014 11:09PM GMT
Last week I started taking short positions at 987 ( bear in mind, last week ), the market did not go down but instead carry on moving up to 999.75. I questioned why farmers did not take this opportunities to dump their beans at this good price since they all knew that it is going to be a big big harvest.......now some analysts claimed that farmers may not have enough storage to keep their beans after harvest so has to push their beans to the market and sell the beans off. Sounds weird to me...... clear the stocks at today's current price 933 ? Why didn't they do it last week ? And that is why I call it a really funny funny market .....
H Goldstein
H Goldstein Sep 22, 2014 11:38PM GMT
Simple. Because there were no buyers at 999.75 since all of the potential buyers are FULLY aware of the huge surplus and they knew that prices would come down. So, why would anyone buy at 999.75? Unless, of course, they are stupid. And there are no buyers here at 933 either because prices are soon to plummet much further. So, why not wait until they do and then buy? Unless, of course they, once again, are stupid. The fact is, there is so much supply that they can't GIVE the stuff away. This really isn't rocket science, Wisdom.
H Goldstein
H Goldstein Sep 22, 2014 11:43PM GMT
And by the way, the same is true with wheat and corn. Myself and other traders have been cleaning up big with short positions there also. And the price plummeting has just begun. We have a loooooooonnnnnnng ways to go before we hit bottom. So, short, short, short, and enjoy the ride. This is probably the greatest opportunity in the history of grains to reap huge profits in these markets.

Enlighwisdom Wisdom
Enlighwisdom Wisdom Sep 22, 2014 07:24AM GMT
A little info, if it goes according to Elliot waves, this drop would end at around 942 to 906, so a prediction of a rebound would happen at this range 910-930 is very logical.
H Goldstein
H Goldstein Sep 22, 2014 03:47PM GMT
Every time you say to cover, it just keeps on dropping like I said it would. Anyone who covered back when you said to is missing the big move down. I am seeing 850 easily and am continuing to hold my short positions until we get there. Elliot waves are meaningless in this market. It is all about surplus supplies and simple economics. Plain and simple.
Enlighwisdom Wisdom
Enlighwisdom Wisdom Sep 22, 2014 08:56PM GMT
Now let us see when will it rebounds, from range 910-930 or 850, very simple mathematics,you may be right or I am correct, that is all about analysis.Not too late to find out, isnt it ? I have close all my shorts and accumulate a little long positions.......
H Goldstein
H Goldstein Sep 22, 2014 09:17PM GMT
Bad move closing shorts and going long here. We are now at 938. Sure it could retrace a little but you will miss the bigger move down because you will not know when or how much it will retrace. You will be in long when it plunges rather than short. What you did was a mistake. You will soon see. It is all about economics. More supply than we need for 2 years and not just 1. Obviously, prices will plunge because it is a buyers market on grains.
H Goldstein
H Goldstein Sep 22, 2014 10:47PM GMT
By the way, with supply as it is right now, growers may soon have to pay a waste management company to haul it away.
Enlighwisdom Wisdom
Enlighwisdom Wisdom Sep 22, 2014 10:51PM GMT
Goldstein, you may be right, but I know when to run my longs and turn shorts without hurting my profits,,, I know what I am doing.. You can keep your shorts until 875 and see who make the most profits , ok ?

Enlighwisdom Wisdom
Enlighwisdom Wisdom Sep 22, 2014 07:12AM GMT
From 999.75 drops to current low 942, that is 57 pts. I think every one is eyeing for another 20-30 pts drop, that is between 910-930, then the Long buyers and shorts covering will emerge... for those who are able to buy at the lowest among these 3 coming days will enjoy at least 30pts up when it starts to rebound.. so keeping shorts after it reached 930 may not be a good strategy
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