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The Market's Fine Print
John Harrington DTN Livestock Analyst
Wed Sep 10, 2014 05:27 PM CDT

If Andy Warhol had spent more time trading cattle at the CME and less on weirdly coloring photos of Marilyn and tomato soup cans, the "king of pop art" might have been known for more practical wisdom.

After all, he wasn't that far from saying "in the futures, everyone will be right for fifteen minutes."

There was something about the extreme volatility of live and feeder contracts this morning that caused me to reflect upon the strange Warhol world where all impressions and expressions seemed to be on the run. I'm no art critic, but Andy's posters and portraits always ...

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