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Why the bears are driving the wheat and soybean markets

Best Weather Inc. - Fri Sep 22, 6:37PM CDT


“Why the bears are driving the wheat and soybean markets"

by Jim Roemer - Meteorologist - Commodity Trading Advisor - Principal, Best Weather Inc. & Climate Predict - Publisher, Weather Wealth Newsletter 

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This video we recorded on Wednesday (9/20) addresses the recent price decline in wheat and soybeans. We also enumerate the seasonal factors at play. In addition, we go into detail about how teleconnections will influence global weather which is crucial for grains and soft commodities.  Hot, dry weather for Brazil's coffee may be a concern, but what about for their soybeans and corn? It is a bit too early to worry about it just yet, considering that the U.S. harvest is still ahead of us.


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Jim Roemer, Scott Mathews, and The Weather Wealth Team 

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Mr. Roemer owns Best Weather Inc., offering weather-related blogs for commodity traders and farmers. He also is a co-founder of Climate Predict, a detailed long-range global weather forecast tool. As one of the first meteorologists to become an NFA registered Commodity Trading Advisor, he has worked with major hedge funds, Midwest farmers, and individual traders for over 35 years. With a special emphasis on interpreting market psychology, coupled with his short and long-term trend forecasting in grains, softs, and the energy markets, he established a unique standing among advisors in the commodity risk management industry.

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