US Wheat Futures - Mar 22 (Wc1)

741.50
0.00(0.00%)
  • Prev. Close:
    741.5
  • Bid/Ask:
    768.50/768.75
  • Day's Range:
    737.00 - 747.25
  • Type:Commodity
  • Group:Agriculture

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  • Martin Luther king day
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    • can anyone tell me why hasnt the price moved yet even though its after its opening hours
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      • Bank holiday
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      • prz janoke thanks
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    • This has been such an awful week for wheat including red winter weak, hopefully next week is not as bad.
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      • For me no good as well however for some people it was very good week anyway i believe it will go up finally
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    • to the people who truly think this is over priced. You are wrong. do not be surprised to see wheat at 20 a bu in the next couple years. Wheat is cheap compared to the stock market. so so cheap. but hey that's just my opinion.
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      • Over priced in the short term (march contract)? yes… underpriced in the two year time frame? Also yes.
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      • they are hitting the march contacts but holding the Aug Sept contacts up. which means they are getting concerned for production and will end up in a bidding war in the coming months. I agree with what you said.
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      • March contract is over 9 at the moment
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    • Thats enough now buy very cheap
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      • still most overpriced thing of the planet (together with coffee) lol
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      • 650
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      • And all other commodities agree but reality is different
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    • 650
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      • Why do you think that ?
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    • Lost EMA 100 support, let's see if it stops on 200 EMA or falls straight to the lower line of the channel      ://invst.ly/x468l
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      • never been so easy to sell it lol
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    • Philip Rombaut, co-owner and chairman of the Board of Directors of Agropolichim ADAccording to him, Europe will produce at least 20% less wheat in 2022, which could lead to a new crisis - agricultural. The old continent produces about 150 million tons of wheat a year, of which 20-25 million tons are for export."If production drops by 30 million tonnes this year, exports to other countries such as Egypt and Algeria could stop, leading to tensions there and a new wave of migration."
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      • Short $7.43 for no good reason other than increased planted acres and a move to $7 possible
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        • Will add if it gets back to $7.50 to $7.55
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      • 650
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        • today a drop to around 700.00 is likely
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          • Define "likely"
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          • go to google
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        • Founds playing this nicely very annoying if you f....
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          • I have read a few comments, and I'm in awe of some people does trading, whithout having a basic knowledge of what really a "pullback" is. ZW should go down. No doubt about it. Expect some movements upward at somewhere between 706 to 711.
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            • I think it will be between 740 and 760, very similar to pull back at 630 level
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            • you mean upward between 806 to 811? your message is very unclear.
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          • 650
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            • Big crash just starting lol
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              • Big dollar crash just starting. Wheat not so much lol wheat will be higher. Silver has a bullish engaulfing on the weekly see if it confirms end of the week
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              • Kr Krmy friend, charts looking very bad for softs and grains even with US $ started its long awaited big crash lol
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            • 650 coming soon
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              • Food shortages hitting the shelves all over the US. Will that transfer to the commodity pricing? Not right away but it will down the road. Just another support for the grain markets.
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                • Time for another slump ?
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              • All commodities are soaring up due to weaker US $ and probably any rate hikes incoming but wheat still handling with hedge funds selloff lol
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                • the endless fight between bulls and bears keeps on going. tomorrow i gonna change my direction.
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                  • Price skyrocket when Russia invade Ukraine and when they put ban on wheat export to fight with
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                    • Officially mayby they won't but Russia needs mines with rare metals used in military technology which are allocated in east Ukraine like Donbas , Russia is going to annex east of Ukraine like the did with Crimea
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                    • prz janif they do, poland will invade them and turkey will raise ******among caucasic area
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                    • Poland and turkey are useless against the Russians military. no offense to those countries.
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                  • a lot bearisch talk here for me we are stil in a bullmarket nothing changed
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                    • exactly. they forget that pullbacks happen in bull markets
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                    • we are going to see a least a price doubling by 24
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                  • Holding up well considering the market wide sell pressure.
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                    • like I said average in good buying opportunity down here for a bit.
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                      • you bet. yes fertilizer mainly urea is going to be a big factor along with rt3. We will be seeing lots of soybeans going in to preserve input costs as they are extremely high. urea a year or 2 ago was sub 300 a ton now it's 1000-1500 per ton. rt3 was 13 a gallon now it's 45-60 a gallon if you can get it. That's the main chemical needed. Even if wheat price jumps way higher we're going to see massive numbers of green yellow peas lentils chickpeas soybeans etc as those prices are much higher than grains and much lower input to preserve on rt3 and urea costs. For lots of farmers it's too expensive to fork out the cost of these inputs. just my opinion as always. remember some contracts for durum are out already and they are 2.5x higher than a year ago. Merchants anticipate higher pricing however by March they will start to try to lock in contacts for harvest to which they will struggle to get and they may get in bidding wars to lock a few in. Futures are 1 dollar a bu lower last I lookd
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                      • but that will change into March area I believe. If the market pulls back those harvest bids will be in line and if the market runs those bids will jump hard
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                      • crude isn't done going higher they just dumped it and Nat gas to get the gov off the backs however I think they run crude to 100 easily and Nat gas to 5+ very easily expecially with the lng coming. Which will also give corn more support for bios and the gov will probably bring some subs back with Dems in office
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                    • I can see wheat taking another dive before going up today. and then it shoots up.
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                      • I'm going to stick to my plan today.
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                      • No entry for me today.
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                      • Can't get my entry today and not going to chase it. See what happens Monday.
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                    • 710 is looking likely
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                      • No one is buying lol
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                      • Maks Marswait for monday to wedensday 🤣😂
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                      • Pin 8
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