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Newsom on the Market
Darin Newsom DTN Senior Analyst
Mon Nov 11, 2013 06:26 AM CST

The corn market is a colossus, we know that. Since the beginning of its demand market in early 2006, corn has been anointed a king, ruling over the rest of agriculture in general. Other markets followed its march higher, sometimes with disastrous results (e.g. 2008 cash wheat market). The interest that the investment community showed corn made it a titan, dwarfing the much more heralded and historic markets of gold and crude oil. But as so often happens with things titanic, unexpectedly large obstacles can be their ruin.

Such would seem to be the case with corn as we head ...

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