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Soybean Meal March - July Calendar Spread


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Soybean Meal March July Correlation Chart

Today we consider a Soybean Meal calender spread: long March 2018 and short July 2018 Soybean Meal (elec. symbols: ZMH18 ZMN18; ZMES2H8 on CQG).

As you may have noticed, we are looking at a different chart today. The chart above is a so called Correlation Chart showing the correlation between the current Soybean Meal spread (March 18 July 18) and the years 82, 99, 07, and 09. The spread has been following nicely its 4 Year correlation for the last few months. Will the spread follow the correlation during the next few weeks as well? Of course, we dont know but together with the seasonal tendency to the up-side in October (chart below), there is a good statistical chance the spread will move higher.

Soybean Meal March July Calendar Spread

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