Corn Market Crash | Agricultural commodity prices today all time highs

Housing Crash? Stock Market Crash? Corn Crash?? Corn? The bull run of the commodity market since June of last year has turned the long running bear bear market to beginning stages of a new bull market in commodities. As the US dollar devalued from its high of $1.03 in March 2020, commodities have ramped up and taken off.

The question I have is, is the commodity bull market move nearing an end? Are we about to see a 38% to 50% retracement off the Highs from the lows in June 2020? Corn has been a big recipient of this commodity market growth. But as the US dollar gets ranged bound, could we see an exit out of the commodity market?

I share my thoughts on the bull run of the corn market and my concern about the recent media focus on corns move higher along with copper. I share with you my strategy to determine when to lessen my risk exposure and take risk off the table.

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