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https://youtu.be/TDevOuB_nng CLICK ON VIDEO ABOVE This video talks about how the loop current close to Florida and La Nina continuing much more than other meteorologists felt months ago, has strengthened Hurricane Ian close to a category 5...
Major Hurricanes & Typhoons: Demand destruction For Natural Gas, Possible Harvest Delays Vietnam Robusta Coffee
Trading Hurricane Ian and Typhoon Noru
How we predicted (unfortunately) quite early that Hurricane Ian would be a big threat to the west coast of Florida
Hurricane Ian, Recession Fears, Deteriorating U.S. Corn/Soybean Crop vs Upcoming Harvest Pressure and more
What will soon be hurricane Ian, its potential impacts and a look at recessionary fears and the fall in many commodities
Potential Major Hurricane Ian: Sarasota Legends and A Comparision of Hurricane Charlie & Hurricane Irma
This video talks about what I feared quite early on September 19th, unfortunately: A potentially major hurricane Ian for the west coast of Florida. However, I have seen many times before weather models are wrong, and if Ian develops just west of...
Natural Gas Price Collapse and Factors That Will Affect Next Week’s Potential Tropical Storm Or Hurricane
Natural gas price collapse and hurricane update for next week
Hurricane Gaston will form and could be huge. Here is an update on the natural gas market and more.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hN70WtyfTV0 See (click on) video above and please subscribe to my YouTube channel. You will learn about what the "Loop Current" is, how "La Nina" is still playing a role and more. Hurricane Gaston could form before...
Weather Folklore, Birds & the 2011 La Niña Analog to Make Forecasts. Plus Five Recent “Best Weather Spiders”
Images In this report: Introduction: Weather folklore vs. the 2011 La Niña analog The 2011 La Niña analog for October South American weather Weather Folklore: A bit "tongue and cheek" but farmers have been using it for years to predict the weather....
https://youtu.be/Za27C_L2XLo See the video above, about coffee, gold and cotton (subscribe to my YouTube channel). It discusses a bit about the weather but more so recessionary fears.
Recession Fears Hitting Commodities: From Gold To Coffee, Cotton and More & Preview of Upcoming Full Reports
I have warned for months about higher interest rates the stronger dollar and possible recession fears offsetting some weather related commodities
Possible Railroad Strike, Recession Fears, Stronger Dollar & Rains for Northern Brazil: All Affecting Commodities
After a bullish USDA crop report for soybeans, a railroad strike, a stronger dollar is hitting this and other commodities. The one bull market impacted by the possible strike is natural gas. In addition, important rains will hit Brazil coffee
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4c8222hUqno SUBSCRIBE TO MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL: CLICK ABOVE This video talks about why other scientists have been dead wrong about La Niña weakening. La Niña will weaken to neutral by next spring with a 50% chance of El...
Preview of today’s important USDA crop report; water stocks, a good longer term investment, corn and coffee Best Weather spider and more
Special Update On Our Recent Home Runs Long Corn, Short Soybeans and selling Natural Gas Call Options a month ago
Quick update to take some profits short natural gas and the long corn, short soybean spread
A very interesting report about chaotic global weather, how recession fears are hitting some commodities and what the potential trading opportunities may be
A review of our Best Weather Spiders, the recent sell off in soybeans, natural gas and cotton futures
A "monsoon on steroids." That's how the UN Secretary-General described the weather bringing the climate-related floods to Pakistan and its crops. Most importantly for international markets, these include cotton and possibly wheat. Since June, over...
The Real Truth about La Nina and Coffee (Part 1) & China’s Historic Drought Hitting Corn, Rice, and Now Cotton Crops
The historic droughts and floods affecting commodities due to La Nina and Climate Change
Click here and subscribe to my youtube channel to find out more about the hurricane season https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qUMpdKwkrpM While most of our research suggests a weaker than normal hurricane season, a warm loop current in the Gulf of...
From exploding corn and coffee futures to La Nina not weakening: Here’s what’s coming up
Global Corn Crops are in Deep Trouble. What about Cotton, Natural Gas, and the Rally in Coffee Prices?
Special update about the rally In corn, natural gas at $10 and why cotton collapsed and coffee soared again.
There are many climatological factors that affect the Atlantic and Gulf hurricane seasons. Typically, a La Nina event like we have today reduces wind shear which can help enhance tropical activity. In contrast, El Nino events increase wind shear...
A great report about the European heat wave, what is driving most commodity markets and recent trade ideas from grains to cotton and coffee
One of our successful trades for Weather Wealth clients was buying December cotton several weeks ago on the historic Texas drought, lower U.S. crop ratings, and a rebound in the outside markets. You can see below in my report how my...
How Natural Gas Traders have Shifted to What Europe is Doing, While U.S. Heat Ridge Shifts for Grains/Cotton
In a quick update, I wanted to review some trades and discuss natural gas, cotton, and grains. If you only want trade ideas (and not weather stories/research), always just go to the bottom of my reports. Remember, I have clients all over the world...
This video discusses La Nina, the MJO, the drought that hit U.S. cotton and grain crops but why things are changing.
Post-USDA Crop Report, Rains to Hit Some Key Grain Drought Areas, Soaring Cotton Prices & Option Trades in Nat Gas
Post USDA report for grains and cotton, updated Midwest grain weather forecast and time to take big profits long cotton futures?
Special update on today’s USDA report preview, the explosion in commodities again, natural gas, grains and soft commodity trade ideas
A Warming Planet; Lingering Western Corn/Soy Drought; How To Play Upcoming USDA Crop Report; Cotton Soars; Nat Gas Volatility
This detailed report previews the upcoming USDA report for grains and cotton and addresses the big rally in natural gas , cotton and coffee and how to use options to trade. Will cocoa be the next bull market?
This time lapse video from the Berkley Lab shows an unparralled truth about a warming planet and climate change
Major volatility in commodities from natural gas to corn and soybeans man using options strangles to trade. This report explains.
In this Report: Grain market sell-off Europe's heatwave adding pressure to coffee prices Why has the hurricane season been inactive so far? In the midst of drought and heat in the U.S. and Europe, why can't natural gas prices forge a new rally?...
More Signs of Climate Change, Grain Market Psychology, Seasonal Commodity Trades & August Weather with La Niña
In this Report: How weather and psychology are driving the grain market More weather extremes: Definite signs of climate change The third year of La Niña: Potential August temperature and rainfall trends August seasonal commodity trades Negative...
How A Westward Expanding La Niña Helped Us Change Our Bearish Sentiment, Early, For The Grain Markets
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QTgLTxsvTAU PLEASE CLICK ON THE VIDEO ABOVE AND JOIN MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL. HEAR ABOUT THE WEATHER AND THE GRAIN MARKETS. Some of this big move in corn and soybeans was already built into prices. While a dry August is...
In this Report: See video about the hot late summer and grain market ETFs: Best Trades on the weather? Indian Monsoon is helping sugar crops but rice crop may be in trouble Rice in India and a look at price patterns The new coffee price rally...
Update on the record hot summer and markets
The Factors Affecting Sugar Prices; Nat Gas Still Soaring on Summer Heat and a Look at Grain Weather
Global sugar crops are seeing mixed results due to La Nina and Climate Change
As ongoing heat hammers Europe, over two thousand people have died. Agriculture is also suffering.
Record Global Heat Still Helping Natural Gas Prices; While Good Weekend Rains Coming Pressure Corn and Soybeans
Big time rains coming to the Midwest pressures corn and soybeans and a look at best weather spiders for cotton, natural gas and more
Jim's latest Market to Market interview covers grain market volatility, the possible future for currently good-looking crops, impacts of the continuing La Nina that few people besides Jim saw, and how beef cow operations are suffering. He also...
In This Report: The European heat wave Trading opportunities in extreme global heat Clues for early winter given the record hot summer La Niña is alive and well Weather Wealth: Corn and Natural Gas - Best Weather Spider (bottom of the page) The...
Jim Roemer’s Best Weather spider and how to use it to trade commodities.
Flash Drought For Western Corn Belt; Texas Cotton, Big Heat For Natural Gas & Sample Of New Best Weather Spider
Next update by Monday Flash drought in the western corn belt, but excellent rains over 70% of the belt We were lucky enough to catch some of the panics moves south in commodities on the stronger dollar, inflation fears, and some bearish weather...
5 am EDT (USA) - July 14 Introduction: This report talks about the Plains drought for cattle and also why enough rain is around to keep corn and soybean yields close to the trend line this summer, even in the face of occasional heat. It is the...
IN THIS REPORT: Introduction & Best Weather Spider Weather Wealth Trade Ideas The Recent Commodity Sell-Off The Third Year of La Niña Weather Forecast for the U.S. grains and Canada Update on the Indian Monsoon Indian Dipole Becoming Negative...
European Drought, Australian Flooding, a Return to Midwest Heat? Is the Commodity Wash Out Finally Over?
For weeks now, I've discussed my global recession concerns, and how these may be difficult times in many commodity markets. Outside of the "weather box", I did suggest (2+ months ago) a potential bear market in metals. The reason? Rising interest...
This report talks about why grain prices continue to collapse on improving U.S. and world weather, as well as cattle and coffee prices