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US Soybeans Futures - Nov 16 (ZSX6)

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942.12 +0.24    +0.03%
01:53:40 GMT - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Agriculture
Unit: 1 Bushel

  • Prev. Close: 941.88
  • Open: 943.88
  • Day's Range: 940.38 - 944.75
US Soybeans 942.12 +0.24 +0.03%

US Soybeans Analysis

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Dan Flynn
Crops Brace For Another Dose Of Wicked Heat By Dan Flynn - Aug 09, 2016

Good Morning! With the Crop Tour showing good-to-excellent signs for corn in Minnesota and not so good-to-excellent in parts of Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota. Word from farmers in the front lines ...

Dan Flynn
Natural Gas Still Way Undervalued By Dan Flynn - Aug 02, 2016

Personal Income and API Energy Stocks Today More earnings and more reports in this first week of August. Yesterday’s Crop Progress really once again had no major surprises, and the fund's ...

Dan Flynn
Natural Gas Storage Today By Dan Flynn - Jul 28, 2016

Good Morning! As we hunker down and wait to see what weather risk is next, Mother Nature is far from done in showing who the boss is. On the Grain front whispers of China tendering a large offer to ...

Sean Lusk
Corn: Resistance At 3.59, 3.77 By Sean Lusk - Jul 24, 2016

Two weeks ago we noted that should rain accompany the heat dome that entered the Midwest that it would signify a classic “buy the rumor sell the fact” in both corns and beans. That is ...

Austin Galt
Soybeans To Soar Again By Austin Galt - Jul 24, 2016

The soybean price had a cracker of a run recently and is now consolidating. Once this corrective phase is over I expect price to soar once more to even greater heights. Let’s review the ...

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Steve Zielinski
Steve Zielinski 8 hours ago
so when you trade/always look at whole number, add fib and chances are you'll get high low swing..look at example/ 1061.8/1050/38.6/961.8/all have high low swings.
Steve Zielinski
Steve Zielinski 9 hours ago
using fib extentions/retrace is good. but natural numbers always come into play..example/ 923.6/938.6/ 950 swing/961.8. /972.6..all are natural fib numbers...
Terp Terp
Terp 9 hours ago
Sell 943, sl 963. Target will be a sell prior to sept 12. May move sl if progresses lower
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