Friday was a bullish close for the week in Dec Corn & Nov Soybeans, both closing near the highs for the week. As expected, the 2 day correction appears to have completed on Friday morning and the cycle looks like it kicked in on day 34 as a swing low on Friday.
It is rare for Pro Farmer to venture more than a bushel or 2 from NASS. This sets the stage for a counter seasonal rally (these can be the most furious) in corn and beans -
I mentioned a couple of days ago that this particular mark in the cycle seemed like the June 17 date in that it would occur on a small correction instead of an important low or high. This is in fact what happened.
As expected, Dec wheat also had a bullish reversal up this week closing near 810 after marking a low of 743.25 a week ago from Thursday.
As I have talked about it all week, the most likely scenario technically, for all grains next week is up. I am posting both Daily charts of Dec Corn and Nov Beans for you to see how the 35-38 (sometimes 34) day cycle has panned out since January 18th, 2022.
These have been reliable turning points in the market and it is proof that these grain markets adhere to a buying/selling schedule. The Dec Corn turning points are labeled with (38d or 35d) and the Nov Bean chart is marked with red arrows where the inflexion was/is.
Friday, September 30th is 35 days from yesterday.
October Crude Oil made a higher low on Friday at 91.52. It should buy up towards 100-102 next week. Heating Oil (Diesel) continues to lead the energy complex with it's strength.