For Aggressive Traders

Jerry Welch, Commodity Insite!
Call me at 406 -682 -5010
Ennis, Montana 59729

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I broadcast two trading suggestions via Special Email Alerts today to those that subscribe to my twice a day newsletter Commodity Insite and brokerage clients. Both broadcasts were for aggressive traders. The first one was:

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SPECIAL EMAIL ALERT!


As a new trade; buy (2) yes (2) April hogs and sell (2) yes, (2) December hogs at the market if April lean hog futures touch $68.30. The high today is $67.95 with a last of $67.90. No stop if filled.


The time is 8:38 a.m. Chicago

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The second suggestion was in the noon broadcast of my newsletter from the Grain Complex section. I stated:

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Soybean prices are 8 cents to the good this afternoon with corn up 3 cents. Wheat is doing quite well posting a rise of 6 to 9 cents. The rally is impressive but I doubt there is much left on the upside. And it would not surprise me to see the grains fade later in the day.

There is too much grain in the world and rallies should be short lived. Corn should also gain on wheat and soybeans. Aggressive traders can sell Chicago wheat and buy corn as a spread right now, risking 6 cents, close only.

The time is 9:42 a.m.

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As I type furiously away, April lean hogs closed around the $67.72 level with December ending $62.72. For today, that spread did not work. But there is always tomorrow and with pork cutout gaining $.97 this morning, the oinkers may do better moving into the end of the week.

As for grains, July corn is 11/2 higher with wheat down 41/2 cents. Now, that spread is doing quite well. And hopefully, tomorrow will be better yet. Time will tell.


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