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The volatility levels for corn are down significantly from the highs in June and July. Will volatility continue to fall if prices grind lower? Or will they enter a sideways trading channel? Watch for a move lower in prices and a corresponding jump in volatility. This action could indicate a low is being placed.

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Kluis Commodity Advisors (KCA) is a full-service broker with a combined 70 years of experience in the agricultural hedging business, assisting producers and processors with their grain marketing and risk management needs.

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