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Two Dynamic Fundamental Forces


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Jerry Welch, Commodity Insite!
Call me at 406 -682 -5010
Ennis, Montana 59729

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The past three postings I placed here on Inside Futures were entitled, Far Better Times Ahead, The Decade of the Twenty Twenties, and The Great Grain Robbery of the Seventies vs. Today. The common theme for all three was this: In the new year and new decade ahead, the two primary fundamental forces driving the food stuff markets will be the new found demand from China once a deal is signed with the US this week and climate change.


The only period in history where unexpected demand surfaced just as weather issues became commonplace was in the years 1972 to mid-1980s. Certainly, some, or many will argue with my claim but I do believe I am right. The agriculture markets, the food stuff markets were rip-roaring bull ( and bear!) markets in the last Super Cycle during the '70s and 80s. Those are facts.



My twice a day newsletter, Commodity Insite is broadcast first around 7 a.m. Chicago time and again around noon. If something unfolds between those time frames that I deem important I immediately send out a Special Email Alert to keep everyone informed about what is happening.


Each Friday, I send out my weekly newspaper column, Commodity Insite to the handful of ag-weekly newspapers that have been kind enough to publish my ramblings for the past 30 years. My weekly column is also sent to those that subscribe to my twice a day newsletter. In other words, subscribers to my services are well supplied with my thoughts and trading suggestions daily and weekly.


Please consider subscribing to Commodity Insite. The New Year and New Decade ahead is something US grain and livestock producers as well as speculators and traders have not seen in more than 30 to 40 years. The bullish combination of unexpected demand and climate change will spawn the most dynamic bull ( and at times bear!)markets in history.


My newsletter Commodity Insite is pricey. But I believe you can use my newsletter, weekly newspaper columns, Special Email Alerts and daily ramblings as a helpful guide for the future. The worlds food stuff markets are going to be jolted much higher in the year and years ahead. Please consider using my services.


If you are interested in a Special Offer to subscribe to Commodity Insite drop me a line at commodityinsite1@gmail.com. Or, call me at 406 682 5010. A subscription is done over the phone with a credit card with 6 months paid up front in advance. And never forget: There is no substitute for timely and accurate information.


The New Year and New Decade ahead will be shaped by unexpected demand from China and the worlds emerging economies that are just now showing signs of sustained economic growth. And the biggest and most bullish wild card of all is climate change. Do not be left behind is my advice. Do not be left behind.



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Jerry Welch has been in the futures industry since the late 1970's and is a true veteran of the markets. He has been quoted often in Wall Street Journal and is author of Commodity Insite, one of the longest commodity futures newspaper columns in history. His weekly column has been published each week since the mid 1980's and is one of the most recognized names in the world of commodities.

Mr. Welch is also known widely as a, "so so" flyfisherman.  

His column is published by the Illinois Agri News in La Salle, Illinois, Cattle Today, in Fayette, Alabama as well as Consensus, in Kansas City, Kansas.

He can be contacted at 406.682.5010 for a view of his, "twice a day" market column that includes price forecasts and trading suggestions.

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