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Long-Term Trend Analysis of Key Agriculture Commodities

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A look at key trend lines, technical support, and resistance levels

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Soybeans Spot Price Long Term Chart:

Soybeans remain in a bull market, contained in the lower have of the bullish channel. The lower, long term support line will be important to watch if further pricing pressure materializes. [The average retail investor would not be in the spot market but would be participating in the commodity via an ETF such as Teucrium Soy Fund (NYSEARDCA:SOY).]



Sugar Spot Price Long Term Chart:

Sugar is caught in a wide and volatile bullish price channel. A break above the 2011-2012 downtrend line could ignite another rally in sugar prices. [The average retail investor would not be in the spot market but would be participating in the commodity via an ETF such as Teucrium Sugar Fund (NYSEARDCA:CANE).]



Coffee Spot Price Long Term Chart:

Coffee has been in a steep two year downtrend that recently saw prices puncture the long term trend line. That said, the recent lows were the 61.8 percent Fibonacci retracement of the 2002 to 2011 bull run. If coffee prices are going to make another run higher, they will need to retake the long term trend line and follow through higher. A failed rally attempt would be a sign of weakness. [The average retail investor would not be in the spot market but would be participating in the commodity via an ETF such as iPath DJ-UBS Coffee Subindex Total Return (NYSEARDCA:JO).]



Editor's Note: Andrew Nyquist is an independent investor based in the Minneapolis area. This article originally appeared on his investing and economics site, See It Market.

Twitter: @andrewnyquist
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