June 24 – Is This A Dream?

In today’s Breakfast Brief, we discuss UK’s referendum and its impact on the grain markets.  “You cannot dream yourself into a character; you must hammer and forge yourself one.” – James Anthony Froude (English historian) Still waiting for grain bids to

June 23 – Short-Term Caution

 In today’s Breakfast Brief, we take a look at the current pressures facing the grain markets, shifting soybeans acres and up and coming crop reports “Human decision-making is complex. On our own, our tendency to yield to short-term temptations, and

June 21 – Changing Forecasts

 In today’s Breakfast Brief, we cover weather forecasts, where canola is going, and falling wheat prices.  “The most reliable way to forecast the future is to try to understand the present.” – John Naisbitt (US author) Still waiting for grain

June 20 – Capped Out

In today’s Breakfast Brief, we discuss delayed plantings in India, the Brazilian soybean supply squeeze and upcoming forecasts. “You can have fun, but you also have to put on your thinking cap every day.” – Tommy Shaw (US musician) Still

June 17 – Rushing To Get Things Done

In today’s Breakfast Brief, we discuss being proactive in your grain marketing strategy, the outlook of North American crops, and what’s going on with barley demand.  “History is a relentless master. It has no present, only the past rushing into

June 3 – Higher Opportunities!

In Today’s Breakfast Brief, we cover global weather concerns, the outlook on oilseed and changing trade levels for corn and wheat.   “Opportunities are like sunrises. If you wait too long, you miss them.” – William Arthur Ward (US author)