Corn Futures - (JCRc1)

40,500.00
0.00(0.00%)
  • Prev. Close:
    40,100
  • Bid/Ask:
    0.00/0.00
  • Day's Range:
    39,890.00 - 40,500.00
  • Type:Commodity
  • Group:Agriculture

US Corn Futures Overview

Prev. Close
40,100
Month
-
Tick Size
10
Open
39,900
Contract Size
5,000 Bushels
Tick Value
500
Day's Range
39,890-40,500
Settlement Type
Physical
Base Symbol
201
52 wk Range
26,440-57,540
Settlement Day
-
Point Value
1 = ¥50
1-Year Change
39.66%
Last Rollover Day
-
Months
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    • $7.75 is a number. Last year's high . It should provide a target. You can give 10 reasons why it should and shouldn't it it. . We hit that price last year because I believe sometime in 2023 we ll see $10.00. All records can be broken. . We ve done it for over a year in the sto k market. Water and food very important. Should be interesting. A man will work a whole day to feed his family. So it's been written.
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      • 775 is no more relevant technically than the 840 high made in 2012. 840 would be the resistance point before going to $10. None of these prices matter though without a 2022 North America drought. This would be a good year to bet on a drought, but you should never bet on weather; that's for stupid farmers to worry about. I wouldn't even advise a doctor of meteorology to bet on the weather.
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    • Last year's high $7.75 once we take that out we should run to $10.00.
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      • July 2021 corn is a different commodity than March 2022 corn. March corn made a high of 640.625 eight months ago. 775 is not a very useful technical at this point.
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      • 640 is the price to watch for currently. Maybe if North America has a drought this summer 775 could have some significance, but even then it will be of minimal use. The all time high of 840 would be of more significance at that point.
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    • russia and china are major buyers of US corn. I'm going short
      2
      • Russia doesn't buy corn. They sell it, but not very much.
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      • Russia doesn't even have any money to buy corn. Russian GDP hasn't increased since 2008. It's a country that becomes more and more irrelevant every year. Thanks Putin! He's even worse than American presidents
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    • what should we do with corn in this time? long and hold?
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      • Buy and hold in the next 1 1/2 years we should see $10.00s this is only an opinion and shouldn't be used as financial advice.
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        • Let's go back to 550
          1
          • If we lose 606 it's over.
            1
            • We are on our way down for the foreseeable future. i've gone short.
              2
              • Oops
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              • Good luck w that…..
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            • what is going on?
              0
              • sell
                3
                • Next support 600.48. Then waterfall
                  1
                  • Seems to much bearish
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                    • This won't to get up
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                      • Fertilizer is expensive rn. Food in general will be expensive. Corn is dependent on rich NPK soil levels.
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                        • The corn explosion is due to my updated Weather Wealth newsletter last night, due to my concerns the drought will worsen in Argentina. I see a major reduction in crops in the weeks ahead looking at the 2009 analog. Of course, any slight change in the forecast if La Nina wanes or the AAO index over Antarctica changes, I will of course update my clients with proper trading and hedging strategies ahead of time
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                          • When wheater changes, everything changes.
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                        • hello
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                          • helau!
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                        • commodities are underperform. cash on sideline waiting for 2022. 🤔
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                          • We reached $7.75 last year. Ask yourself is fertilizer more expensive. 🚜 s more expensive. Can we get repair parts on time. . Will inflation take us to $10.00 in 2022???
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                            • if it touches 600, gonna reach 601
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                              • When will we see $30.00 corn?
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                                • Dry fert is also crazy w supply problems So up the price $ will go more than likely
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                                  • This year they want 1500 per ton. Got to have it to grow corn.
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                                    • We paid $475 per ton for anhydrous last year. This year our local co-op
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                                      • Yes Chuck even Bill Gates is the largest farm land holder in the USA I wonder why. Buy more corn.
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