The Technical Aspects of Soybeans, Corn and Wheat

by Archer Financial Services | Apr 11, 2018
By Blake Robben
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Now that intended planted acreage is public knowledge, grain fundamentalists are calculating variable yields with expected demand. They will use all their fancy ratios in order to decide whether the market is bullish are bearish. PRICE ACTION IS NEVER WRONG! Let us look at long term price action for clues for the next major move:

Soybean Futures - Monthly

Corn Futures - Monthly


Wheat Futures - Monthly


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