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Weekly Summary & Recommendations 03/17/2022

Corn Situation after the close 15 March 2022

Even though we expected old crop futures to exceed $7, we recommended pricing 2021 corn when nearby futures were $6.24 to eliminate risk and prepare to buy puts when high is made this spring or early summer to make the money on the way down not made on the way up. May corn made a new high on March 4th at $7.82¾ and settled yesterday at $7.58.

December corn settled at $6.51¼ on Tuesday 15 March 2022

Price Change Tuesday to Tuesday: up 7½ cents

20-month high $6.58 made 14 March 2022, 20 cents above the Dec 2021 corn high

20-month low $3.68¾ made June 26, 2020

20-month range is $2.89¼

Yesterday’s closing price is:

6¾ cents below the 20 month high

$2.82¼ above the 20-month low

USDA's 2020 crop carryout in terms of days’ use: US: 30, world: 93

USDA's 2021 crop carryout in terms of days’ use: US: 35, world: 92

Seasonal Trend is down for two weeks then up into late June

Fundamentals are Bullish

Technical Situation is Bullish

Price Above Breakeven? Yes

Conclusion: Don’t sell

The past week’s low was $6.27½; the high was $6.58

March 15th, 2022, Bullish Consensus:

Grainstats.com: Wright on the Market

62% bullish 63%

23% neutral 34%

9% bearish 3%

6% no opinion 0%



Soybean Situation After the Close Tuesday, March 15, 2022:

We recommended pricing 2021 beans March futures at $14.78 to establish a floor even though we expected the old crop high to be early summer over $17.00 at which time, we recommend you buy puts to make money on the way down not made on the way up.

Update: May soybeans traded to $17.59¼ on 24 February, exceeding the 2020 old crop high by 91¾ cents. May beans settled at $16.58¾ on March 15th.

November Soybeans Settled at $14.67.

Price Change Tuesday to Tuesday: down 6¼ cents.

18-month high $15.55 on 24 February 2022, 75 cents above the November 2021 high

18-month low $8.81 on 7 August 2020

18 Month Range is $6.74

Tuesday’s closing price is:

88 cents below the 18-month high

$5.86 above the 18-month low

USDA's 2020 crop carryout in terms of days’ use: US: 21, world: 103

USDA's 2021 crop carryout in terms of days’ use: US: 24, world: 90

Seasonal Trend is up

Fundamentals are Bullish

Technical Situation is Bullish

Price Above Breakeven? Yes

Conclusion: Don’t Sell

This past week’s low was $14.57¼, high was $15.04½

This week's Bullish Consensus:

Grainstats.com Wright on the Market

57% bullish 55%

23% neutral 36%

12% bearish 9%

8% no opinion 0%



Wheat Situation After the Close Tuesday, March 15, 2022:

We recommended pricing 2022 soft red winter wheat $7.97 in January.

On Monday, March 7, 2022 we recommended pricing July KC hard red winter wheat at the market on the opening, which was $12.08. The high that day was $12.59.

July KC Hard Red Winter Wheat settled Tuesday at $11.43¾.

Price Change Tuesday to Friday: down 34¾ cents

19-month high: $12.59 March 7, 2022

19-month low $5.03¼ August 24th, 2020

19-month range is $7.55¾

Friday’s closing price is:

$1.15½ below the 19-month high

$6.40¼ above the 19-month low

2020 crop carryout in terms of days’ use: US: 146, world: 135

2021 crop carryout in terms of days’ use: US: 123, world: 130

Seasonal Trend is down

Fundamentals bullish if it does not rain in USA & Black Sea War

continues for three months, neither of which is likely

Technical Situation is down

Price Above Breakeven? Yes.

Conclusion: Sell 2022 HTA July at $12.08

and place order to sell 2023 HTA July wheat at $8.35

Last week’s low was $10.27¾; the high was $11.7559

This week's Bullish Consensus:

Grainstats.com Wright on the Market

69% bullish 34%

18% neutral 50%

6% bearish 14%

7% no opinion 2%



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