Monday, October 2, 2023

There are a lot of traders talking their positions right now. Marlin Clark measures the anecdotal concerns against recent numbers from USDA.
corn field

This week, the market was hit with fundamental issues that have shattered some assumptions about the corn and soybean markets. Marlin Clark weighs in.
rainbow over cornfield

Marlin Clark analyzes crop conditions and grain futures prices that have been impacted by weather forecasts predicting scattered rain across the Midwest.
Corn during drought 2012

All major commodities were stronger last week, as observers decided that we are in a drought of large proportions and that crop ratings are declining.

July corn futures have seen a range of 72 1/2 cents in a little more than three weeks. Marlin Clark weighs in on the causes behind the price fluctuations.
drought corn Farm and Dairy file photo

It's dry out there and grain prices remain low. Marlin Clark weighs in on planting progress, crop conditions and corn, soybean and wheat prices.

Marlin Clark has been speculating about finding a bottom for grain prices for weeks. Now, it finally appears he has as grain markets rebound.
corn field

Grain prices are trending lower as spring planting continues. Marlin Clark offers his insight in this week's grain markets report.

USDA reports and continued fast planting by Midwest farmers are driving changes in the grain markets. Marlin Clark weighs in on the latest price changes.
soybean planting

After watching the grain markets on May 8, Marlin Clark is nervous that the recent low prices are just a bounce on the way lower.