Grain Commodities

Grains

Manage price risk for corn, soybeans, wheat and other grains.

Between 2005 and 2015, grain prices fluctuated 179% from the low to high price. As market volatility increased, so did your risks and rewards. Today’s permanent market volatility demands that sellers and purchasers have a sound approach to help them manage price risk for corn, soybeans, wheat and other grains.

Market volatility increases risks and rewards. Many believe we’ve entered an era of permanent market volatility.

Latest Thinking

January 2017 –
Are you missing out on fast-moving price rallies?
If it seems like grain price rallies come and go quickly, it’s because they often do. The challenge for marketers, however, lies in being prepared for them. Find out just how fast prices move, and get marketing strategies for a possible upcoming rally.

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November 2016 –
Sell 2017 crop corn on a “Christmas” rally
Read about the strong likelihood for a December rally in corn. Learn specific steps you can take to prepare for the possibility of $4.37 per bushel.

Get ready.

February 2016 –
A bullish case for corn and soybeans in 2016
Heading into 2016, prevailing attitude toward grain prices was bearish. In this white paper, we presented a bullish case for corn and soybeans, which later unfolded in spring rallies. Read about key market factors present at the time, and how mathematical probability can help you make good marketing decisions.

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What’s holding you back from managing price as effectively as you could? Assessing your strengths and constraints is the first step to taking control. Take our price risk management assessment.

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