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Teucrium Corn ETF (CORN)


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  • off topic;
    today I tried E88 at the gas pump,
    15% ethanol instead of E87 10% ethanol.
    vehicle got the same mpg 30
  • from here it is all about the weather forecasts on the CBOT to there.
  • Mexico is looking to buy corn from Argentina because of Trump.
  • Winter way too mild in Midwest. I think that could mean drought during growing season and/or fungal or insect damage to new crop. I also agree with prior posters, there is a lack of incentive to plant when year after year breakeven or below prices. The real problem there is strong dollar.
  • how long can row-crop farmers have break even years?
  • unreal volume today, 02/10/17
  • demand has been the influence.
    spurred by exports.
    but that will change with South America harvest.
    USDA report seems to have been fully anticipated by CBOT.
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  • CBOT may just be paying to much attn: to supply side, unlikely time of the year to realize demand might be a bigger influence.
  • What does everybody think about this stock?
  • looks like America wants to BK the corn growers...that's not a good sign.
  • There is hardly any trading volume with these ETFs. No wonder it's near its 52 week low.
  • oil has climbed 10 percent off its' recent lows and corn has continued its' muted downtrend. This is definitely divergent when it should be sympathetic with each other. Corn may pop to the mid 19's over the next week if oil maintains the mid 40's level.
  • Let them eat cake. Nothing is real.
  • Anyone follow Weathertrend360? They posted some interesting data regarding the unseasonably high temps during pollination causing tip backs. Crops look like winners from the road, but open up the ears and you have undeveloped kernels. Report released yesterday by Cornell supports this theory as does some anecdotal samplings I've found on my own from various social media outlets.

    These are some very sharp people who spend their days compiling weather data and it's effect on everything from crop yields to how much beer people drink and they are saying the DOA estimates for this corn crop are way off. They're saying $5-7 corn come September.