The video above talks about how the spring wheat droughts have spilled over to other grains and what weather forecast we have used to catch many of the major moves for our clients the last few weeks.
Parts of the Midwest grain belt got great rains this week; others in the far NW did not. This will continue to cause grain market volatility based on crop conditions throughout the summer.
If La Nina forms again this fall, how do you get an advantage trading grain commodities, natural gas, coffee, and more?
Jim Roemer’s Weather Wealth newsletter gives novice and experienced traders 35 years of experience analyzing weather patterns and market action.