Articles by AGDAILY Contributors

Today’s markets: FED will not raise rates

· September 19, 2017

With this active hurricane season and the damaged sustained I believe the FED would be hard pressed to raise Interest Rates when some people lost their home and still paying a mortgage. However, investors will be listening to the verbiage to try and understand how Dovish or Hawkish the overtones are today and tomorrow. Kicking […]

Today’s markets: Weather outside is frightful

· September 18, 2017

Hurricane Jose is still making headlines before we see the impact of his punch and hopefully he will miss the U.S. northeastern coast. Jose current movement is north at 8 knots. We also have to contend with Hurricane Maris a category 2 and Tropical Depression Lee which both of these storms threaten the Gulf of […]

Today’s markets: Post USDA crop report trade

· September 14, 2017

In the aftermath of the slide after Tuesday’s USDA data release Corn and Soybeans seem to be in bottoming mode for now. In the overnight electronic session the December Corn is currently trading at 354 ¼ which is 2 ¾ cents higher. The trading range has been 354 ½ to 352 ½. Weather will be […]

Today’s markets: Weighing in on September morning

· September 13, 2017

After yesterday’s Crop Production USDA Supply/Demand report that surprised even the most veteran investors we are still back at it again like our countrymen in Texas and Florida. Let’s not forget our First Responders and our Men and Woman of the Armed Forces. Our prayers go out to every individual affected by the current events, […]

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