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Darin Newsom DTN Senior Analyst
Tue Apr 2, 2013 09:30 AM CDT

Trend and the May to Dec Corn Spread

Over the years I've talked a great deal about spreads, most recently in my weekly Newsom On the Market Column "What a Fool Believes". After that column ran, and tied into the hubbub surrounding the bearish quarterly stocks and bullish prospective plantings numbers for corn, I received an email asking the question of what is to become of the May to July corn spread.

Those familiar with this blog and my writings might recall that many, many years ago when I first became a broker/analyst, I bought John J. Murphy's classic "Technical ...

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