Newsom on the Market
Darin Newsom DTN Senior Analyst
Fri Apr 24, 2015 09:07 AM CDT

Imagine a herd of grain market bulls wandering in a merciless desert, blinded by the red heat of nonstop noncommercial selling. Bears track them endlessly, feasting on the stragglers, never allowing the herd to stop for rest. And then along comes a morning like Thursday (April 23), when green shows up on the horizon in the form of higher prices, and the herd takes off on a desperate trot to find salvation. Unfortunately, at least for the bulls, more often than not the green turns out to be nothing more than a mirage, imagined lush grass that turns out to ...

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