You're reading the wrong newsletter. Try
Fertilizer Markets if you're a long-term player in the ag
industry. It has all the prices you want. Much better
analysis and cash swap index bids and offers based on FOB
Tampa DAP for months ahead. The latter indicates what
traders, producers and other interests believe DAP (and
other fert products) will be worth in coming
It's not available in GM. Furthermore, the swaps are
settled under a formula based on three publications'
prices. GM is NOT one of them. FM is. (the other two pubs
used in the cash/swap index) are European. They are
the pubs the people in the industry take seriously.
Other pubs just seem to print whay one or two traders
think the prices are.
Yes, in my neighborhood, thousands of shares
makes you a big investor. I too have a fairly large
investment in IGL, and have been fairly please with the
turnaround in stock price lately.
Not satisfied, just
pleased compared to the 52-week low.
As for DAP
and potash prices, I too would like to see some data
other than Green Markets. Seems like prices have been
flat for years--sure would be nice to see a jump eh?
This site has prices for DAP and Potash for 1995 and
Apparently those were good times.
Are you a
biginvester in IGL?
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