Here we have a line I am going with but point is corn is bear market now.
Sell the rallies and they may get smaller for this next swing trade lower, maybe more than most think now.
Rocket stock- reddit bandit today. Check out olb before this mess started. 18.72 and you got hit like Copper $2 mofu buck bid in crash last year. HIT Filled. Not when expecting
Look out below has been recent corn theme since mid FEB when analog pointed to top last day of FEB-ish.
More you work the luckier you get huh?
And bang the futures account for a number to get back on track.
per a couple contract trade and filler up. It's work but
get out of losers get out of losers,,,,,.
Corn cant and should not catch bid.
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