The Landus Experience Podcast
Export sales continue to grow

Export sales continue to grow

November 27, 2020

Even with a holiday-shortened week, there are still items to discuss. Also, an update on Tom’s challenge from our May 1st episode, including his debut performance on the piano.

You can refer back to the May 1st "Tom's Take" piano challenge here: https://www.podbean.com/eu/pb-ejyek-db191b

Grain Markets Continue to Rally

Grain Markets Continue to Rally

November 20, 2020

Despite new measures being put in place across the country, grain markets rallied again this week.

Positive news from the USDA’s WASDE

Positive news from the USDA’s WASDE

November 13, 2020

On Tuesday, the USDA reduced ending stocks for both corn and soybeans. This led to some significantly higher prices for both.

Market Reaction to U.S. Elections - WASDE on the Horizon

Market Reaction to U.S. Elections - WASDE on the Horizon

November 6, 2020

While we continue to wait for final election results, NEXT Tuesday’s WASDE may have more of an impact on grain prices.

Reasons for Optimism

Reasons for Optimism

October 30, 2020

Even though corn and soybeans dropped more than 20 cents this week, we have many reasons to be optimistic as this week comes to a close. 

Prices Continue Moving Higher

Prices Continue Moving Higher

October 23, 2020

This week, both corn and soybean prices moved higher, and closing near the high for the week. We also discuss higher volatility and what you can do to take advantage of it.

Corn and Soybean Prices Remain Resillient

Corn and Soybean Prices Remain Resillient

October 16, 2020

Despite the sell-off at the end of today's session, December corn futures remained above $4, and January soybean futures remained above $10.50. Tom's Take discusses the performance of the 2020 averaging contracts. 

WASDE Report Shows Major Changes to Soybeans

WASDE Report Shows Major Changes to Soybeans

October 9, 2020

The USDA released their latest WASDE today. A significant decrease in 2020/21 ending stocks for beans as well as some changes to planted acres for corn were the highlights. We also have a bonus segment this week regarding grazing cattle on corn stalks in the derecho and drought-impacted areas of Iowa.

Presidential Coronavirus impacts grain markets

Presidential Coronavirus impacts grain markets

October 2, 2020

Wednesday's USDA Quarterly Stocks report pushed prices higher for 2 days. But, with news of COVID-19 in the White House, markets retreated on Friday. 

Prices turn lower; Optimism remains.

Prices turn lower; Optimism remains.

September 25, 2020

Even with the lower prices this week, there are many reasons to be optimistic about a rebound.

 

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