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Historical Wheat Facts....

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In 2005 Wheat was trading at a subdued $3.00/bushel. Three years later, the CBOT's soft red had more than quadrupled to $13.00 --- while hard red spring traded in Minneapolis soared to an astonishing $24.00! Now as winter wheat prepares to emerge and spring wheat will soon be planted, all three classes of wheat trade mostly between $4.50 and $5.00.

Look back to 1970: http://www.mrci.com/pdf/w.pdf

Historically Successful Trading Strategies Are Now Available: http://goo.gl/pIYYIg

Last Updated on Wednesday, 20 April 2016 07:24
 

Soybeans, Soybeans, Soybeans!

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How does the ‪#‎Soybean‬ market normally behave with US producers set to begin planting in a few weeks and South America ready to harvest?

13 out of the past 15 years soybeans have had a bullish tendency through the end of April... http://goo.gl/8XHmqn

Even more Historically Successful Soybean, SoyMeal & BeanOil Trading Strategies Are Now Available in MRCI's New 2016 Soybean Report: http://goo.gl/EnTVG2

Last Updated on Friday, 15 April 2016 07:04
 

NEW YouTube Video!

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Interview With MRCI's Spread Expert Jerry Toepke.

How to Use Seasonal Tendencies In Commodities: https://youtu.be/uhuxZKYQaTA

Last Updated on Thursday, 31 March 2016 07:23
 

HISTORICAL METALS REPORT!!

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Gold, after trading above $1900 in 2011, traded below $1100 just a couple months ago. Will it fall to $1000?or sustain another rise? When?

Silver tested $50 in 2011 --- challenging all-time highs --- but traded below $14 in August? What is the path of least seasonal resistance now?

Now what? Which way might all these markets go --- and when?
Perhapss MRCI's Historical Metals Report can help....

Last Updated on Monday, 09 November 2015 05:52
 


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