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Teucrium Corn Fund (CORN)

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16.48-0.21 (-1.26%)
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16.56 +0.08 (0.49%)
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  • B
    Blam
    Sold'em at around ~$13. doh...!
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    Pauleeee
    Nice pop in corn today. Stay with it!
    Bullish
  • P
    Pauleeee
    From By William Watts marketwatch.
    Corn futures C00, -0.14%, which Currie’s waggish client dubbed “bitcorn”, is up more than 10% so far this month. Soybean futures S00, -0.14% are up more than 9%. Both got an added lift earlier this week after U.S. government data underscored tight supplies and worries about South America’s soon-to-be-harvested crops.
    Bullish
  • P
    Pauleeee
    Corn will not quit. Incredible bull market going on. Buy.
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    SSK
    China buying bigger Brazil exporting less...supplies tightening quickly..rising corn prices and ag commodities too
    Bullish
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    Kiki
    what options are you folks looking at in '21 and ' 22
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    Pauleeee
    Not only was this a big move for something as boring as CORN but obviously something else is brewing in inflation. Look at DBC. commodities will tell you a lot.
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    CORN reached a 52 Week high at 17.00
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    Pauleeee
    And on it goes. Incredible. Glad I bought options.
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    CORN reached a 52 Week high at 16.14
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    CORN is up 5.19% to 16.62
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    CORN reached a 52 Week high at 15.08
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    CORN reached a 52 Week high at 15.51
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    CORN reached a 52 Week high at 15.31
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    Mike
    Corn: so many factors to consider... 1. World demand (net buyers Europe, China, SE Asia) 2. US demand for livestock feed and ethanol production, 3. Mid-west derecho - its severity, 4. World aggregate harvest forecast - particularly Brazil & Argentina - expect bumper crops

    Any combination of factors can rebalance USDA predictions and corn yields per acre. I expect CORN to hit $16 and corn to hit $5.15 per bushel this harvest season. The yields may not be as robust as forecast, less than 175 bushels per acre is my estimate based on drought severity and longevity, delayed planting, and latent demand increases. I think commodities in general will all move up in price with more Fed quantitative easing and stimulus money hitting the streets. What say?
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    Michael
    Trying to understand this ETF, if you look at the corn futures index it has been up, yet this fund keeps loosing money. Is this due to it announcing it's re balancing which allows everyone to front run it?
    https://www.investing.com/commodities/us-corn-historical-data
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    Laurie H
    Keep in mind, updated report on Aug. 12th will include cover crop as "planted acres"
  • O
    Opulence
    Corn will have supply issues this fall and winter. This will drive the price per bushel up significantly.
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    Ryan
    I bought cause wsb told me to
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    bollweevil
    The Gov. is giving farmers support for WIDE spread damage to the crop. Late plantings always affect yeild. And here we are back to levels seen prior to this disaster. Traders thinking there will be no effect to the crop. And what about an early freeze on a late maturing crop.Stay long.