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948.12 +2.72    +0.29%
16:57:54 GMT - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Agriculture
Unit: 1 Bushel

  • Prev. Close: 945.40
  • Open: 948.00
  • Day's Range: 946.12 - 957.12
US Soybeans 948.12 +2.72 +0.29%

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Terp Terp
Terp 4 hours ago
Is anyone in here from a soybean producing area?
HankRearden 2 hours ago
Virginia, right above NC. Not sure what you're reasons are as I'm not involved with them in anyway lol...but geographically I'm above NC...
Terp 2 hours ago
What's yield like out there?
HankRearden 2 hours ago
Wish I could help man, but my knowledge/experience with beans is limited to trading and historical research on them in a technical sense. I can tell you we're being brutalized with rain. Suppose to be nasty all week....doubt that's in any way useful but oh well.
Francisco D Anconia
HankRearden 12 hours ago
Terp, yeh I was thinking that's what was meant by spot pricing. So I'm curious, what're you seeing in the industry? What are the implications behind that spot price having a greater gap than on average? You mean for this time, seasonally speaking, the gap is far off? Is that bullish or bearish by your estimate and why? Overall I'm very bullish on grains as a whole, specifically Soybeans and Corn. I fully understand all grains are on track to set all time record supply, but I think we're gonna get a big advance. As I stated though, my understanding of the fundamentals are pretty limited. I try to read those USDA reports but those numbers mean nothing to me, I don't really know how to reference them with my historical data I've logged as well as my cycle analysis, though I would love to be able to add that in...but I am very curious what that greater gap in spot prices is indicative of...I should've held those longs though, now I need to find a new entry, got a few sittin at 952
Terp 9 hours ago
I'm not even sure where to start, other than to say storage is full both on and off farm, with off farm being the hardest to gauge. Also beans are over the break even for a producer where corn isn't, so i think most of the bean crop will be sold right out of the field. Basis should widen (bearish) as time goes on. From a supply side there's going to be more crop than what the usda predicts and that should be reflected oct 12. I don't know what demand is going to do, I know SA was short crop but a good chunk of the world's beans still come from the US. Corn I am neutral and wheat I am starting to turn long term bullish on. What are your thoughts?
Terp 9 hours ago
Also, margins for farmers are tight right now, there's little reason to hold over soybeans to next year, especially when corn is as low as it is.
HankRearden 2 hours ago
Yeh, so basically all the fundamental aspects of beans right now are terribly bearish where as all the technicals(at least for my style of analysis) is extremely bullish. Yeh, I understand USA is the primary influence of bean price with their heavy production of it. Corn, September going back to 1959 is the number one bottoming month for it where as with beans it's October. One of the primary things I look for is long term cycles that're being run out and repeated. Wheat I do not track so much, Corn and Beans I have done extensive historical logging of price/time movement. I have been interested to see you reference Oct. 12 since I've read your posts. For me it's an important date because of time and price cycles running out....very important actually. At the cost of me sounding stupid...what is released then? That's primary harvesting report? I didn't even do anything with beans today, I'm looking to short Oil by end of day. Thanks for the info though dude.
Steve Zielinski
Steve Zielinski Sep 28, 2016 12:33AM GMT
Nope.. I did move stop to 955, didn't touch..I'll move it down again later . 943 looks like it will hit tonight ..
Terp Sep 28, 2016 1:16PM GMT
Looking for that 943 today, at least it's trending in a direction
HankRearden Sep 28, 2016 2:42PM GMT
I ended up buying...I'm averaged at 945.25, Moved stops cost to cost though. Looking for a two day reaction out of this, may tp tomorrow...just depends. Oil is solid short into next week I believe. Happy trading you guys.
Terp Sep 28, 2016 3:01PM GMT
Thank you Francisco
HankRearden Sep 28, 2016 4:31PM GMT
crazy day.
Terp 23 hours ago
Heck of a battle going on. For kicks and gigs I looked up the spot price where I am. 8.74-8.85. Which is a little more gap than usual...
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