|Corn CBOT||March||3.79||↑ 01 cents|
|Soybeans CBOT||March||9.17||↓ 05 cents|
|Wheat CBOT||March||5.21||↓ 05 cents|
|Wheat Minn.||March||5.80||↑ 07 cents|
|Wheat Kansas||March||4.93||↓ 14 cents|
|Chicago Oats||March||2.82||↓ 06 cents|
|Canadian $||March||.7553||↓ 0.35 points|
Nothing new to report. Corn continues to track sideways again in the triangle channel. We are still in the $3.70 – $3.80 trading range. The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) report was a non-event.
The intermediate indicators remain positive and a challenge of the $4 level seems imminent in the coming months, but the primary trend remains down.
The March soybean contract challenged the $9 level again after the USDA report but it held once again.
A close above this at the $9.40 level is needed to start the ball rolling for a bullish move this spring. A close above this level should set us up for a challenge of the more important $10.80 wall. A convincing close above $9.40 could finally turn this six-year-old bear into the full-blown multi-year bull market that we have been anticipating.
Short-term indicators are now neutral while the primary trend remains down. The support line is still at $9 on the March futures and resistance remains at the $9.40 level.
We continued to track sideways again this week and we are still seeing resistance at the $5.35 – $5.40 level on the March futures. We need to stay above the $5 support to keep the positive tone in the futures. Short term indicators suggest a pop in prices to challenge the $5.35 level on the March contract possible later this month. I am still looking for higher prices in the spring.
Both short- and long-term indicators are now bullish while the intermediate is neutral.
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Cash Grain prices as of the close, February 13, 2019 are as follows:
SWW @ $248.69/MT ($6.77/bu), HRW @ $251.12/MT ($6.83/bu),
HRS @ $243.34/MT ($6.62/bu), SRW @ $243.82/MT ($6.64/bu).