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2011 Grains Report $139.00
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Cereal grains are among the most basic of foodstuffs. In 2005, Corn traded quietly below $2.00. By mid 2008, it had nearly quadrupled in price to reach a new all-time high above $7.50! But by the end of 2008 that price had been more than halved when it plunged to below $3.00!

But wait --- there's more! Now it is back testing $7.00. In 2005, Wheat was trading at a subdued $3.00/bushel. But in three years the CBOT's soft red more than quadrupled to $13.00 --- while hard red spring traded in Minneapolis soared to an astounding $24.00!

After plummeting to below $4.50 in 2010, the CBOT in only three months so far this year has traded in a range almost as wide as the starting price in 2005.

Both traders and commercial interests alike benefit from knowing the past before anticipating the future.

You want trading opportunities? You want price movement? You want to know WHEN --- and in WHICH DIRECTION? MRCI does not presume to know what 2011 will bring --- except price movement and opportunity! MRCI's 2011 Historical Grains Special Report illustrates and quantifies price movement in both cash and futures for all the grain markets over the last 15 years! Both traders and commercial interests alike benefit from knowing the past before anticipating the future.

MARKETS
  • Corn
  • Oats
  • Chicago Wheat
  • Kansas City Wheat
  • Minneapolis Wheat
STRATEGIES
  • 44 Outright Trade Strategies
  • 68 Spread Trade Strategies - Inter & Intra Market
CHARTS
  • Seasonal Pattern
  • Weekly
  • Volatility
  • Cash
  • Basis
DETAILS

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