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By Rich Nelson, Ryan Ettner | November 10, 2015
By Chris Robinson | September 1, 2015
Top Third's Chris Robinson discusses how to adjust to the volatility within the market. Keep your stops tight to avoid drastic equity swings and always have a plan.
By Chris Robinson | August 25, 2015
As the stock market rallies back today, funds on corn and wheat remain long.
By Whitney McFerron and Phoebe Sedgman, Bloomberg | October 24, 2014
U.S. exporters sold 2.17 million metric tons of soybeans in the week ended Oct. 16, the most in a month and more than double the amount a week earlier, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said yesterday.
By Anatoly Medetsky, Bloomberg | October 6, 2014
Russian soybean meal imports will probably fall at least 10% to 400,000 metric tons this season on expectations for more local output and a weaker ruble, market researcher Ikar said.
By Matt McKinney | July 14, 2014
Fundamentally, are we really looking at the biggest slump in soybeans in over 40 years?
By Marvin G. Perez, Bloomberg | June 16, 2014
Hedge funds cut wagers on rising agricultural prices at the fastest pace since January before the U.S. government predicted rising supplies of everything from wheat to rice.
By Dan Gramza | June 12, 2014
Daily analysis on the markets.
By Rich Ilczyszyn | June 3, 2014
Crop progress is looking good to start; we are at 76% good/excellent which is well above last year’s 63% and the 5 year average of 70%.
By Dan Keegan | June 1, 2014
How can you profit from high time value prior to a news event while protecting yourself from a limit move?