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RCM Ag has put together a portfolio of ag newsletters, taking our 150 years of experience supporting local producers and commercial agriculture operations, and paring it down into daily and weekly newsletters, segmented out to some of the top commodity markets, delivered directly to your inbox.

RCM Ag Services Cotton Newsletter provides a unique daily analysis of the current events affecting the world cotton market, exclusive research from cotton market veterans, market recommendations, and a look into how this all will affect the cotton market moving forward.

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Lumber is one of the most reactive futures on the market make sharp movements based on supply & demand. And with that comes the knowledge necessary to see the short-term and long-term effects of moves in the Lumber Markets. The RCM Ag Services Lumber Newsletter delivers market updates, technical breakdowns, and lumber price updates in this one easy newsletter.

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Subscribe to RCM Ag Services Livestock Newsletter to get the inside scoop on all livestock commodities from lean hogs to live cattle; this weekly newsletter will deliver the latest research and market recommendations and updates in livestock.

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Blog Digest

05 Feb 2020

The return of the AG

We’ve talked recently about African Swine Flu sending the Hog market for a ride, and that’s just the sort of thing we imagined in our 2019 Outlook whitepaper when we talked about the “return of Ag.” There’s been four straight years of volatility contraction for the Ag markets, and there’s a real threat that the […]

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05 Feb 2020

The ‘right twice a day clock’ that is gold.

We have long been in the Warren Buffet camp in relation to Gold: “Gold gets dug out of the ground in Africa, or someplace. Then we melt it down, dig another hole, bury it again and pay people to stand around guarding it. It has no utility. Anyone watching from Mars would be scratching their […]

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05 Feb 2020

The Chinese trade war is affecting American soybeans

Sure is tough to be an American farmer these days, with headlines like this popping up around President Trump’s ongoing trade war with the Chinese: Nowhere is this pain being felt more than in the Soybean market, which is the second largest financially important crop in the U.S., with $41 Billion with soybeans grown in […]

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