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Jalal Jalal
Jalal Jalal 1 hour ago
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What is the guess for today?
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General Comments Futures closed mixed in New York and in London as the new main crop harvest comes to market in West Africa. Nearby months were lower, while deferred months were a little higher. The outlook for strong production in the coming year is still around, and ports are said to have plenty of Cocoa on offer. The main crop harvest is in its earliest stages in some parts of West Africa. Conditions are hot and dry. Main crop production ideas for Ivory Coast and Ghana are being reduced, with Ivory Coast now estimating its main crop production at 1.985 million tons, down from previous estimates just over 2.0 million tons. Conditions appear good in East Africa and Asia. Demand is said to be improving as offers from the new harvest start to increase. Ivory Coast arrivals are now about 836,000 tons this year, from 662,000 tons last year..
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Chart Trends: Trends in New York are mixed to up with objectives of 2380 March . Support is at 2200, 2140, and 2100 March, with resistance at 2280, 2300, and 2350 March. Tuesday, December 18, 2018 . by Jack Scoville
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Tuesday, December 18, 2018 .by Jack Scoville of The PRICE Futures Group.General Comments Futures closed mixed in New York and in London as the new main crop harvest comes to market in West Africa. Nearby months were lower, while deferred months were a little higher. The outlook for strong production in the coming year is still around, and ports are said to have plenty of Cocoa on offer. The main crop harvest is in its earliest stages in some parts of West Africa. Conditions are hot and dry. Main crop production ideas for Ivory Coast and Ghana are being reduced, with Ivory Coast now estimating its main crop production at 1.985 million tons, down from previous estimates just over 2.0 million tons. Conditions appear good in East Africa and Asia. Demand is said to be improving as offers from the new harvest start to increase. Ivory Coast arrivals are now about 836,000 tons this year, from 662,000 tons last year. Brazil arrivals are now 175,538 tons, from 145,504 tons last year.
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next resistance 2316 . it will pass it
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as long as 2268 is not surpassed the price comes back again.  trapped. still trying to move up.
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Faridah 21 hours ago
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heading back again. same senario of every day !
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Drought can reduce crop yieldsThere is a drought in West Africa. Will Cocoa prices rise?From November to February, a dry season has been observed in Côte d'Ivoire, Ghana, Nigeria, Togo and Cameroon. These five African countries account for three quarters of the world's cocoa production. This year, the drought is stronger there than usual, which can damage crop yields. The US National Weather Service's Climate Prediction Center (CPC) forecasts a 90% chance of formation of the natural phenomenon El Niño in winter of 2018/19 and a 60% probability of its formation in spring of 2019. At the same time, the CPC expects the current El Niño to be weak. The last time it was formed in 2015-2016, and during that period of time, the price of beans exceeded $3000 per ton
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Drought can reduce crop yieldsThere is a drought in West Africa. Will Cocoa prices rise?From November to February, a dry season has been observed in Côte d'Ivoire, Ghana, Nigeria, Togo and Cameroon. These five African countries account for three quarters of the world's cocoa production. This year, the drought is stronger there than usual, which can damage crop yields. The US National Weather Service's Climate Prediction Center (CPC) forecasts a 90% chance of formation of the natural phenomenon El Niño in winter of 2018/19 and a 60% probability of its formation in spring of 2019. At the same time, the CPC expects the current El Niño to be weak. The last time it was formed in 2015-2016, and during that period of time, the price of beans exceeded $3000 per ton
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Mixed messages again about the current harvest, if we have plenty of rain Harmattan won't influence so much even if it's strong. And there's plenty of beans until February it seems - "Ivory Coast, the world’s top cocoa producer, is in the dry season, which runs from November to late February. Dry, dusty Harmattan winds sweep in sand from the Sahara, which can ravage cocoa pods and sap soil moisture, leading to smaller beans..Farmers in cocoa regions said they were in the process of drying plenty of big-sized pods they have cut since the beginning of December. They added that harvesting would fall from next week, however significant volumes of beans will be harvested until February..“We’re waiting to see what the Harmattan will be like. With a big rainfall, we would have less damage even if the Harmattan is strong,” Koffi Kouame, who farms near Soubre, said.
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LANG YANDA Dec 14, 2018 12:24PM ET
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take profit at 2196(2236). STO difference signal
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Faridah Dec 14, 2018 5:22AM ET
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ideas for today? surprise every day with CC.
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Anton SS Dec 14, 2018 5:22AM ET
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CC is in o/bought area for  now. It could wildly drop again like on Dec, 11
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Atleast Maximum Dec 14, 2018 5:10AM ET
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2195 - 2165 could be possible.
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Hg Greenmoore
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Latest on Cocoa: .* "The arrivals are tapering off," one European dealer said. "Considering we're less than three months into arrivals, they have exceeded even the highest expectations - but they can't keep up their pace."..* Dealers noted appetite to take delivery was weak, mainly because of an abundance of lower-quality Cameroon cocoa in the certified stocks.
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hazard Dec 13, 2018 11:23AM ET
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We have speculative buying based on chart patterns.. There is a 90 percent chance of the El Niño weather pattern emerging during the northern hemisphere winter 2018-19, a US government weather forecaster said on Thursday.
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Atleast Maximum Dec 13, 2018 8:43AM ET
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range is narrow for now
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Qef Trade Dec 13, 2018 8:08AM ET
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come back 2250
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Anton SS
Anton SS Dec 12, 2018 10:09AM ET
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See u next time guys ;) With cocoa your cash is not in trash!
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Anton SS Dec 12, 2018 10:06AM ET
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2200, exclusively on https://investing.com ! Perfect )
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Anton SS Dec 12, 2018 8:51AM ET
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Gonna fix at least a half ahead of US opening. No doubts it will be cheaper later!
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It tries to jump into o/bought area instantly! Ooh my darling, you so sweet so fast!
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Doc_Greenmoore Dec 12, 2018 8:37AM ET
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Never count Cocoa out, rallies when you expect it the least :)
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hazard Dec 12, 2018 8:37AM ET
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What is the target in your opinion?
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Short-term 2200 and then up to retest 2240 is possible.
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Anton SS Dec 12, 2018 8:37AM ET
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Let's GO cocoa, you have really made the grade!
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expect bit more downside correction before it goes up
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Anton SS Dec 11, 2018 11:46PM ET
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2.2 would be ok for a while
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Anton SS Dec 11, 2018 11:42AM ET
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Cmon bulls let’s retest the break https://invst.ly/9hn5q
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Hg Greenmoore
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We have some bullish news mid-term:.Below-average rainfall in most of Ivory Coast’s cocoa growing regions last week could reduce the quality of beans harvested at the end of the October-to-March main crop, farmers said - they feared the Harmattan - which is currently in northern Ivory Coast - would hit their cocoa fields sooner than expected..And: Weak yield from Nigeria's cocoa main crop harvest led to a drop in country's overall output for the 2017/18 season with heavy rains in some regions and aging trees partly to blame, an industry body told Reuters.
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Willie Booker Dec 11, 2018 11:11AM ET
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Price action totally doesn't match that news. I'll say momentum back on the downside.
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Willie Booker Could be, or we'll stay in the latest range for a while longer, but let's see the day ain't over yet.
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wayne lim Dec 11, 2018 10:44AM ET
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Is it time for COCO ?
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