Identifying what one market’s move means to another market is important. At DePutter Publishing we explore these connections with various tools. Things can get complex, and visualizing data and their relations is helpful.
By John DePutter & Dave Milne – October 15, 2019
A new report from the Guelph, ON-based Agri-Food Economic Systems is suggesting low prices may no longer cure low prices, as countries increasingly turn away from rules-based trade.Syngenta Market News, October 8, 2019
By John DePutter & Dave Milne – November 13, 2017
“Thursday’s USDA supply-demand update pegged the average corn yield at a record high 175.4 bu/acre, up a major 3.6 bu from the October estimate and easily blowing past the average pre-report trade guess that had the yield at just 172.3 bu.”
– Syngenta website, Nov. 9, 2017
By Fred Evans – March 30, 2017
A young grain producer and I were recently speaking about marketing and he expressed frustration in his quest to do a good job at pricing his crops. While he does an excellent job of producing his crops on the 1,000+ acres he farms, he feels out of his league when he ventures into the world of grain marketing at the CME. I acknowledged his concerns and encouraged him to keep learning as much as he could about marketing, and to practice a degree of patience.
I explained to this producer that achieving a level of comfort and success with marketing often takes years.