According to one veteran trader, we’re in the midst of the busiest, most intense markets of his life. Advance Trading Risk Management Advisor Tommy Grisafi says this is a weather-driven market. “This is not a demand-driven rally, there is a decent amount of grain left in the world, but Mother Nature really is throwing a curve ball.” This past week, new crop soybeans gained $1.38 per bushel. December corn is 67 higher and Minneapolis September wheat is up 44 cents. Markets are closed today and reopen and seven o’clock tonight.
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