USDA- Bean shorts! Wheat 1st break, Hog top, LC Bottom

Too much to say. See my voice am comment for an after market comment but it DOES NOT MATTER what the acreage is. The supply demand of futures is what matters most to me if your looking for $150 rally in silver in weeks, etc.

Cattle April looks like a bottom, keep stop under 118, tight.

Hogs I think in June is weakest and maybe telling me this is the proxy, front month to trade in futures, keeps stops sharp. Its only one lower on year!

US dollar collapse- SEE THAT CHART. on Walsh today! Sign up also.

There are patterns and the olive lines, trendlines all hit and trigger off buying or selling strategies. Stay out of the way when these are running. Diamonds print at end of runs, but! I will explain my rules for controling risk in a way where I had to control emotion.

That is why we always use a stop when trading. Hedging of course different but I am getting into that with some of you. I have buys in grains down here. Is corn going to hit $3.43? OLB, Yes because the olive line is where someone large, money manager can buy everything for sale, like today SH 9.45 3/8ths.

Corn OLB has yet to hit extreme buy price. Stay tuned. Wheat, very bullish, who sold 53000 5,000bu contracts today on bearish number?



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