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Grains have now made a move to the upside since the spring lows. Now the short futures community is getting pinched up a little bit and feeling pain for the first time in a while.

I had been projecting at the end of April, we were likely hitting a spring low. The extreme bearishness had been pervasive with literally no demand and large crops the only conversation. Now by the death of a thousand cuts, we slowly see corn, soybeans, and wheat mount rallies not even thought possible two weeks ago. The soybean situation is caring, and exasperation of what's occurred because of the lies China let out Sunday about not buying US agricultural products, and now have been buying every day since. This has created the long-awaited lift that farmers have been looking for to move old-crop supplies. Many had missed moving grain when the Chinese-US trade deal was signed, and we were recommending sales into that event.

In this video, I review the charts and represent resistance areas that are being attacked where potential new crop sales can be made against, along with prospects of where further gains could be seen too.

Watch it here->http://www.heartlandinvest.com/index.cfm?show=10&mid=238

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Eugene Graner is the founder and President of Heartland Investor Capital Management Inc. As a veteran commodity analyst, broker, and CTA that eats, sleeps, and breathes commodity futures, his priority is to bring clients the latest and most useful information of the markets along with uncannily accurate futures predictions. By balancing risk and reward, Eugene uses his proprietary trading strategies to develop the best possible trading approaches for his clients. He has 28 years of experience in the industry and his voice has been heard around the United States. He is heard on multiple radio stations throughout the day, also has been featured on CNN, Bloomberg, Wall Street Journal, and The New York Times, and is the go-to guy to for multiple TV network stations for interviews about market news weekly.
 
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