Kub's Den
Elaine Kub Contributing Analyst
Wed Oct 1, 2014 06:57 AM CDT

When a farmer steps outside to shake his fist at the sky and lament the persistent downward trend in grain prices, it's most satisfying to pick just one target on which to focus the frustration. Sure, there are many influences on price -- bearish production prospects, a lack of investor enthusiasm, questions about global commodity demand growth -- but rather than sensibly weighing these many antagonizing forces, it may feel more fulfilling to have one singular nemesis. And there is one which can be isolated, the only one to have such a reliably inverted relationship with grain prices. That one ...

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