Jerry Gulke DTN Columnist
Mon Aug 18, 2014 09:15 AM CDT

There is a long-standing belief of seasoned traders that the market is always right. While opinions are numerous, in the end the market will do what it will do, reflecting how individual participants vote with their money on an ongoing day-to-day basis.

Buyers try to buy products as cheap as they can, while sellers want the best prices they can receive and the speculator does his/her thing. This process is often referred to as price discovery in the commodity world where in theory, prices are able to reflect supply and demand as it is known and perceived to become. Of ...

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