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Update on condition of South American grain crops, rains coming to Argentina next week and why the rally in natural gas
Click on the video below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VLHXLDr3kuY The video is an excerpt from Jim Roemer's twice-weekly WEATHER WEALTH NEWSLETTER. Jim talks about commodity ETFs breaking out to the upside and all about the weather and influence on markets such as...
Grain prices are having a “squeeze play”. This report discusses the reasons why, look at Jim Roemer’s longer range weather forecast software during specific La Nina’s and his BestWeather commodity market spider sentiment
The grain market began rallying last summer following the Iowa historical wind storm, mini drought, and flooding rains in China. China's corn crop was lowered by 2-4% because of one of the wettest summers on record. In addition, the Ukraine corn crop was hurt by a...
This report includes my monthly newsletter CLIMATELLIGENCE that takes a longer term view about weather, commodities with interesting stories from Solar Cycles to Climate Change
The negative nao index–implications for natural gas, wheat weather & updated view on coffee, south American weather
This report talks about the negative NAO index, which normally brings cold weather. However, the Arctic is 20-30 degrees warmer than just a few years ago. We also look at seasonal January commodity trades, South American weather and where the problems are for coffee crops.
SPECIAL PRE-CHRISTMAS VIDEO: Argentina RAINS, Robusta coffee soars and Natural gas BOTTOMS ON EASTERN COLD
Robusta coffee has been one of my highest confidence trades due to global weather problems. This report also talks about why I did not become bullish corn and beans, since South American weather is really not that bad
Grain prices are exploding and commodities in general appear to be bottoming becasue of the weaker dollar and strong global demand. This report talks a bit. more about La Nina, South American weather, coffee an also where the snow will fly this winter.
Climate Change, La Nina and the AO index going negative mean a cold snap and a Christmas snowstorm for parts of the eastern U.S.
This report talks about most ag commodities and natural gas and looks what is driving the markets
Explosion In Wheat Futures, South American Weather, Some Weather Problems For Coffee, The AO Index and Early Potential January Temp Trends
The Arctic Oscillation Index. What is it, why is it changing and which global commodities will it affect?
The snow drought may be coming to an end in some areas as the Arctic Oscillation Index begins to become more negative. Where can you expect snow this next week?
Some changes may be taking place over the Arctic that could have implications for certain commodities in the weeks ahead. In the meantime, our BestWeather spider gives our overall view of various weather related commodities from grains to soft and energy markets
Climate Predict is the most informative long-range weather forecast software for global commodities used by major food companies, hedge funds and traders. This subscription based GOLD REPORT looks at winter weather for several commodities including South American grains, coffee, West African cocoa and natural gas weather
The media has been all “caught up” about droughts in South American and La Nina. Why did we not bite into this psychology, yet
I warned clients last week about getting too bullish grains just on La Nina. Not all La Ninas are the same and big time rains in key coffee, corn and soybean areas in South American need to end to get us back in a bull market
One of the hottest sectors in the stock market currently is in renewable energy and ESG investing. This report publishes an article from the boutique Sarasota, Florida investment firm: Cumberland Advisors
The weaker dollar, strong China demand and several vaccines for COVID have all helped commodity prices and the CRB index soar. Which commodities have the most bullish weather in them?
Grains, natural gas, coffee, cocoa and the renewable energy stock Fuel Cell is discussed in this report, as well as many weather maps
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This report takes a closer look at South American weather, La Nina, the Polar Vortex and recent Central American coffee crop damage
The BestWeather spider sentiment; coffee explodes on Central American major hurricane, grains rallying on South American weather and strong demand
This report talks about La Nina and commodity ETF’s. There are good rains coming to South America, so I think the grain market may see a short term top as there Is too much hype about La Nina for now. I also discuss the incredible hurricane season, coffee and the natural gas market.
Typhoons Hitting Global Coffee Areas, The Historic Hurricane Season And What You Need To Know To Trade Commodities, Successfully
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hd61bhlW4bw&feature=youtu.be CLICK ON THE VIDEO ABOVE TO LEARN ABOUT HOW WEATHER IS AFFECTING COFFEE, NATURAL GAS, AND MORE It's been a historical active hurricane season, not just in the Gulf and Atlantic but in Vietnam which has...
This article talks about the global coffee market and a spread trade we have recommended, plus the melting sea ice that has been responsible for the warm late fall in the US. What about South American weather for grains and will Russia see rains or snows soon?
How The Melting Arctic And The Opposite Of Stratospheric Warming Has Caused A Collapse In Natural Gas Prices
The image above shows a typical stratospheric warming event. This has not happened for years in part due to the melting Arctic. When this happens, cold weather can spark a rally in certain sectors of the energy complex. The blue cooling you see on the image above is...
This report talks about what stratospheric warming vs cooling is and why the polar vortex remaining at the N. Pole has to cause a major sell off in natural gas prices.
Sugar And La Niña, The Demise In Wheat Prices, Natural Gas Weather, Vietnam Coffee Typhoons And More
Outside markets, elections and weather are dominating many markets right now, with crude oil in a free fall, while natural gas and coffee will be much more weather related. Covid-19 also making these markets less weather based.
Delving Into Two Other Active Hurricanes Seasons And La Nina To Predict Winter Snowfall for U.S. Ski Areas
Big snows coming to the West, finally in early to mid November La Nina events often bring good winter snows to the Pacific Northwest into British Colombia and heading into November, a major change in the weather pattern will bring early season snows from Whistler to...
2020: A Perfect Storm On Many Fronts “Storms” aren’t new to us Americans. Whether the Civil War, the Spanish flu, the Great Depression, World Wars I and II, 9/11, Hurricane Maria, the list goes on, America has found a way to weather some dramatic and traumatic storms...
Grains have been soaring on stellar demand, tight supplies out of South American, and global weather problems. Find out here what our most confident trades are from natural gas to grains and more, as there are some changes in the weather forecast.
La Niña typically affects a broad range of farm commodities Often called the “Cool Sister” of El Niño, but not because she is the "hip" one. Due to cooling waters off Peru's coast that can extend west to Australia, she can bring above-average rainfall to The Land Down...
Natural gas is soaring on big time cold and snow for the Midwest, while wheat is excited about global droughts
In this report I talk more about La Nina. Many commodities are being affected by this weather phenomenon from coffee to cocoa and grains. Will a cold winter ensue this year?
Best Weather Spider gives general short term bullish or bearish sentiment on various markets based strictly on the weather’s impact
The NAO/AO can be thought of as an index of high latitude blocking. This term defines ridges of high pressure in the upper latitudes of the northern hemisphere that block the normal atmospheric circulation of wind. Such blocking can occur from the far Northeast...
Cold Late Fall To Excite Natural Gas Traders. A Look At The Negative AO Index; Rains Coming To Russian/Aussie Wheat
https://youtu.be/zGWGwH10hH8 Please click on the video above, especially if you are new to commodity trading or need some guidance. Also, please go down to the bottom of this page for some trade ideas. From natural gas traders to ski resort managers, nearly everyone...
Update on Hurricane Delta, the grain, soft commodities and energy markets
There is some excitement going on in the grain and energy markets with global weather issues for some grains, especially wheat. There's also yet another potential hurricane for the Gulf Coast later this week. The first map (below) shows areas of global crop stress in...
Blazes Still Abound In California; Any Implications for Fall Weather? Russian & Plains Wheat Areas Too Dry
This report focuses in on the historical California Fires, a warming planet and if and how it may affect the fall and winter weather forecast for US energy areas. We also the wheat market and cocoa and coffee weather and price action.
Why Are Coffee Prices Still Falling? Natural Gas Collapses on Bearish October Weather Forecasts, Updated Spider Sentiment
Concern over a resurgence in Covid-19 and demand worries are affecting commodities such as coffee, crude oil and natural gas. Where does weather matter most, right now?
2020 Hurricane Season, Active, But Not As Intense As In 2005 Below I discuss the climate, hurricanes and other extreme weather, and bond markets. Included are insights from an article recently written by Cumberland Advisors, a boutique investment company located in...
This is the most important time of the year for development of the Brazil coffee crop. Without rains the next few weeks in Minas Gerais and Sao Paulo, coffee prices could explode. What does this particular La Nina event developing suggest in the weeks ahead and will new flooding hit China grain areas the next couple weeks?
Please click on the video below To hear about where weather matters most and multiple commodities. The video below talks about the recent China flooding that may be bullish grains after the US corn and soybean harvest, the dry weather developing for Brazil coffee and...
Rainfall headed for West Africa pressures cocoa, while coffee futures still tank on big global supplies. Harvest pressure has finally pressured corn and soybeans.
There's a glut of coffee. That's been brought on, in part, by the record 2019-2010 Brazil coffee crop. You can add to that great output in other countries like Colombia, and the demand side of the equation haunting prices due to Covid-19. Many Brazilian coffee farmers...
Looking Ahead At Great Chinese Grain Demand, La Nina, Cocoa, Coffee, And The US Corn And Soybean Harvest
The report touches on US harvest weather for corn and soybeans, the stellar demand for US grains and how much China weather is helping. We also talk about La Nina and cocoa yields and feature a warm little story that will help your heart!
Many weather forecast firms were correct (for a change) predicting an active hurricane season this year. The factors that have gone into predicting with such certainty the most active hurricane season since the infamous 2005 Hurricane Katrina and Rita years are as...