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Turner's Take Podcast: November 13, 2017 | WASDE Bearish – Daniels Trading

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Turner's Take PodcastDaniels Trading commodity futures broker Craig Turner on the latest WASDE report and what it means for grain prices.  We also talk about strange dynamics in crude oil between flat priced futures and the spreads. We then wrap it up a discussion about livestock.  While the podcast does not have specific actionable trading recommendations, we do publish them in Turner’s Take Market Alert for spec traders and Turner’s Take Ag Marketing for hedgers.  Want to know what to look for in the commodity futures markets?  Take a listen to Turner’s Take podcast!

Craig Turner – Commodity Futures Broker

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