Jerry Gulke DTN Columnist
Mon Jan 6, 2014 07:28 AM CST

December 2013 ended on a negative note. What little profit-taking that occurred wasn't enough to move grains higher or anywhere near what I thought should have happened. Perhaps the fact that 2013 coverage on production was woefully small in comparison to other years came into play, as well as the desire to sell any type of rally.

The non-producer Has been negative about putting money into commodities in general and even low prices relative to one year ago have not been enough to entice re-entry (see last week's column). I had hoped for a 25-to 30-cent rally after an early ...

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