Soft Commodities

Sample Report #2

Soft Commodities

Sample Report #2
January 3, 2020

COFFEE
Rainfall in October was generally good in Brazil for the coffee bloom, but a map (below) shows were some reduction to the crop might have occurred.

Rainfall has been adequate since October (my forecast change more than 6-8 weeks ago). The only concern might be over Bahia and the far northern Robusta and Arabica areas of N. Brazil.

However, decent rains have fallen this past week with more in the 6-10 day forecast.

Climate Predict shows how back in October, we forecasted a general improvement in Brazil coffee and soybean weather for Brazil.

 

 

Hence, after a major 30% rally in coffee the last 6 weeks on tight global supplies and worries about the Brazil crop.

⇓ GOLD MEMBERS ONLY TRADE TIP ⇓

My bias is to more bearish this market into late winter.
I believe we will be looking at an increase in the 2020 Brazil crop from earlier estimates.
A conservative trade would be to buy the March $1.25 coffee put for about (300 points–$1110/contract), as I expect prices could fall sharply in the weeks ahead.

RESULT–Coffee futures collapsed in January 2020 on improved Brazil weather.

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• Detailed information on how global weather may affect commodity prices

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• CLIMATE PREDICT long-range weather forecasts used by major hedge funds and commodity traders

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