King Corn
Oliver Sloup of Blue Line Futures - InsideFutures.com - Wed Oct 09, 7:46AM CDT

Grain Express

October 9, 2019

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Corn, Soybeans, Wheat


Corn (December)


Fundamentals: December corn futures printed their highest price since August 12th (USDA report day) as funds continued to cover short positions ahead of tomorrows WASDE report and the looming freeze/snowstorm. Corn production estimates range from 13.446-13.833 billion bushels. Harvested Acres estimates come in from 80.80-82.02 million acres. Yield estimates range from 166.0-168.7 bushels per acre. If we get a neutral/friendly report to go on top of the winter weather, we could see the market continue to rally into the weekend. Having an exit strategy is important, if youre a shorter-term trader, consider targeting early next week as a point to capitalize.


Technicals: Finally, yesterday we got something to get excited about. The market moved out above resistance and is now approaching 398-401 which is psychologically significant but also represents the 38.2 retracement and the 200-day moving average. We believe the more significant resistance pocket is....Sign up for your FREE two-week trial!


Soybeans (November)


Fundamentals: November soybean futures have continued to rally into the early morning trade on the back of weather concerns and word that China will be buying more U.S. agricultural products. Tomorrows USDA report will be out at 11 am, the range of estimates for production is 3.525-3.660 billion bushels. The range of estimates for harvested acres is 74.8-75.9 million acres. The range of estimates for yield is 46.8-48.2 bushels per acre. If it wasnt for tomorrows USDA report our bias would be outright Bullish but remain Bullish/Neutral. Meaning we are bullish but wouldnt be buying aggressively.


Technicals: The market broke out above resistance and looks primed for a....Sign up for your FREE two-week trial!


Chicago Wheat (December)


Fundamentals: Chicago wheat futures took off yesterday, in tandem with the broader grain complex. Short covering ahead of tomorrows USDA report coupled with weather concerns in the norther grain belt helped kick of the buying spree in grains yesterday.


Technicals: Chicago made a run at our resistance pocket from 500-506 , this pocket represents the psychologically significant $5.00 handle, the breakdown point from the August 12th USDA report, along with the 100 and 200 day moving average. If the bulls can achieve consecutive closes above here, perhaps we see the market continue to run towards....


Kansas City Wheat (December)


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