I do not like having to explain myself. The easiest thing for me to do is to try to be as transparent as possible. That is why I leave the posts I make open to comments for your questions. All of my claims below are verifiable by simply going through the website and reading when the recommendations were made. For now, I am just trying to get this job done, but I am going to find a way to distinguish between an actual marketing decision, and a sell signal. Those are two different things. If you were with me all of last year, you eventually reached a point of selling all your grain. You enjoyed the benefit of being a part of this service over time. If you have just come on board, you will probably need to make catch up sales. We will do this as we reach various sell signals.
To date, we have sold 20% of our expected 2014 corn at $5.71.
To date, we have sold 20% of our expected 2014 Soybeans at $12.65.
To date, we have sold 10% of our expected 2014 Wheat at $7.08.
My corn clients should have reached being 100% sold at $5.58. Catch up sales were made along the way at $5.70 and $5.25. Keep in mind that I did not begin making recommendations until February of 2013, so I started a little late.
My soybean clients reached being 100% sold at an average sale price of $13.42 . This price includes .50 premium collected from the sale of February puts in November of 2012. This is verified from my old blog site.
2012 Sales And Earlier
I have always offered an opinion about grain prices, but I have not kept a verifiable track record before now. I did make some old crop 2012 sales up into the summer which I can offer you upon request.