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Corn broke out on October 27, which gave the bulls better control of the technical landscape. After last week's USDA report we backfilled the original break out point, but we are seeing a higher low, which is the definition of an uptrend. There is also technical support with the 50% Fibonacci retracement and the 100 day moving average between 543 and 548.


A friendly USDA report gave some spring to the soybean prices! We are hitting technical resistance around 1260. Where is your tapout point?


Lean hogs are seeing their deferred months (Feb, April, ect.) rally. We got the breakout move above the 100 day moving average, and price action is looking like it is headed to 83 1/2 to 84. We would like to see more of a gradual rise rather than straight shot up to sustain higher prices. What time frame are you looking to trade? We have solutions for hedgers as well as traders!


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