Friday, January 15, 2016


Perspective: Wall Street Fear Returns

Friday, January 15, 2016

January 15 – The Dow Jones Industrial Average is down more than 400 points at this writing, although 100 points off its session low. A three-day holiday weekend looms before us in which the global markets will continue to trade, raising the risk factors for those holding positions in the U.S.... Learn More →


Perspective: Morning Commentary, 01/15/2016

Friday, January 15, 2016

January 15 – Crude oil is down nearly 6% this morning and well-below the benchmark $30 per barrel level. Selling came hard and fast overnight as global economic fears intensified, sending prices to a new 12-year low. Furthermore, traders fear that Iranian sanctions may be lifted as early as Monday,... Learn More →


Morning Livestock Report, 01/15/2016

Friday, January 15, 2016

The cattle markets opened weak from the start yesterday, sliding through key 40 day moving averages in both Feb and April live cattle futures within the first half hour of the session and touching off sell stops. We did see a widespread cash cattle trade develop midday at mostly $208-210 dressed in... Learn More →


Morning Dairy Comments, 01/15/2016

Friday, January 15, 2016

General Market News · After falling triple digits Wednesday the Dow was up 228 yesterday! Wild times for all markets it seems · Fed’s Bullard favors 4 rate hikes in 2016 · Bearish sentiment on equities spiked to a 3 year high of 48.2% of respondents · Would you believe after the whipsaw of the... Learn More →


Morning Grain Comments, 01/15/2016

Friday, January 15, 2016

The grains were under pressure right from the open last night and put up some decent volume totals; it’s interesting to see the feed grains holding up the best with morning rebounds while beans suffer, despite the two strongest outside influences today probably being Paris wheat (new contract lows)... Learn More →