Daily Grain Marketing Outlook

Corn (December)

Fundamentals: Analysts and traders are keeping a close eye on the ever-changing and conflicting forecasts; this will likely keep volatility elevated and give nimble participants plenty of opportunities to capitalize on both sides of the market. Friday’s WASDE report will likely be less exciting than the quarterly report, there have only been 4 times in the last 20 years that we have seen yield changes. Ending stocks are expected to come in near 2.683 billion bushels.

Technicals: The market has retreated into our 4-star resistance pocket, if you had reduced long exposure or went short ahead of last weekend, this is a spot to look at buying back (as mentioned in yesterday’s report). We have defined this pocket as 346-349 ½. This pocket represents previously important price points, over the last 3 months. A failure to defend this pocket on a closing basis could lead to a further decline, but it is an appealing risk/reward set up to buy on the first test.

Bias: Neutral/Bullish

Previous Session Bias: Neutral

Resistance: 360-363 ½**, 370-374****

Support: 346-349 ½****, 338 ¼-339***

Soybeans (November)

Fundamentals: The market retreated yesterday which has spilled into early morning weakness. Attention is on the weather, and there are conflicting forecasts. We have been urging people to take hot and dry forecasts with a grain of salt, it is normal to have that weather in the Midwest during the month of July. Friday’s WASDE report is expected to show ending stocks at 414 million bushels. A change in yield is not expected, we have only seen that 3 times in the last 20 years.

Technicals: November soybeans failed against technical resistance Sunday night which has led to profit-taking from recent buyers. The market has pulled back into our 4-star support pocket near $9.00, If you are bullish beans and reduced against resistance, this is a spot to consider getting exposure back on. A break and close below this pocket could lead to another leg lower, 877 ½-882 ¼. This pocket represents a key retracement, the top end of the range in March and June, along with other previously important price points. The Bulls have a technical advantage until we see consecutive closes back below this pocket.

Bias: Neutral/Bullish

Previous Session Bias: Neutral/Bullish

Resistance: 913 ½**, 923-927 ¼****

Pivot: 900-904 ¼

Support: 877 ½-882 ¼****

Chicago Wheat (September)

Technicals: The market is trying to carve out a near term low as prices linger in between significant support and resistance levels. Our bias is Neutral, but consecutive closes above 497-502 ¼ could start to turn the tide, in favor of the bull camp. A break below 481-485 ½ could open the door for new contract lows.

Bias: Neutral

Previous Session Bias: Neutral

Resistance: 497-502 ¼****, 517 ½***

Support: 481-485 ½***, 471-475****

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