Right now, the fear level in corn is the highest it’s been in four years. That means it’s probably a good time to speculate on it.
The price of lumber is up 10% since Harvey hit in August. That’s sending timber companies’ shares soaring.
There is an uptrend that’s forming in one of my personal favorite commodities. And the trends line up for a double-digit move in the short term.
When you have a major South Florida hurricane, the price of oranges goes up. And that’s just one of the many impacts a hurricane has on the markets.
Our favorite sweetener is in a major bear market, and that could prove troubling for sugar producers such as the Canadian company Rogers Sugar.
Cocoa prices are near an eight-year low. And as a natural resource investor, this kind of situation is a dream come true.
Cotton plants are useful for a multitude of things. And right now, cotton fiber is in a bull market, with room for us to make money.
Thanks to a number of factors, cocoa prices are preparing to skyrocket. Take advantage of rising prices with a smart play on this sweet commodity.