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Weather Still Not Bullish For Natural Gas. A Look At Global May Rainfall Anomalies and Vietnam’s Drought

Weather Still Not Bullish For Natural Gas. A Look At Global May Rainfall Anomalies and Vietnam’s Drought

The weather has not been a bullish factor yet in natural gas and until I see the technical picture look better and sustained hot weather, only a conservative short summer put option positions is warranted. In this report I look at May global weather and why Robusta coffee futures have upside potential, but are being stymied by the collapse in the Arabica coffee market

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  • TRADE & MARKET IDEAS
  • WHAT IS OUR LONGER-TERM VIEW OF THE COFFEE, CORN, SOYBEAN, NATURAL GAS, AND OTHER MARKETS?
  • WHAT IS A CONSERVATIVE WAY TO TRADE COMMODITIES THROUGH ETFs?
  • WILL THE HARMATTAN WIND INFLUENCE WEST AFRICAN COCOA PRODUCTION?
  • HOW DID CLIMATE PREDICT FORECAST A WARM US 2019-20 WINTER & LOWER NATURAL GAS PRICES?
  • WHY DO OUR FORECASTS DIFFER FROM OTHER WEATHER FIRMS WITH RESPECT TO BRAZIL/ARGENTINA CORN, SOYBEAN & SUGAR PRODUCTIONS? 
  • WHY DID A WEAK EL NINO & LOW SOLAR ACTIVITY CAUSE MIDWEST CORN SPRING 2019 PLANTING DELAYS AND OUR BULLISH ATTITUDE UNTIL SUMMER, 2019 IN CORN AND SOYBEANS?
  • HOW HAS TELECONNECTIONS HELPED US OUT FORECAST OTHER WEATHER FORECAST FIRMS BY PREDICTING A WARM 2019-20 WINTER AND LOWER NATURAL GAS PRICES?
  • THE HISTORICAL AUSTRALIAN 2019 DROUGHT AND HEATWAVE. IS THIS ALL CLIMATE CHANGE? WHAT’S THE LONG-RANGE FORECAST AND WHICH MARKETS MAY BE AFFECTED?
  • WILL EL NINO OR LA NINA FORM AND WHAT CAN I EXPECT CORN AND SOYBEAN PRODUCTION TO DO?
  • I WANT TO PLAN A VACATION TO THE ROCKIES THIS SUMMER AND TO EUROPE NEXT YEAR TO SKI. WHERE SHOULD I GO?
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A-- There will be at least one and sometimes 2-3 reports each month depending on the season. There will be certain times of the year, such as March and October that reports may be sent out less frequently as the weather is sometimes less of a factor and Mr. Roemer takes some time off.

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