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We love breakfast at Foremost Trading!  We love it not only because it’s delicious, but also because there are many commodity markets that comprise the basic building blocks of breakfast.  And if you’re a breakfast enthusiast like us, then you will find it important to know that many breakfast commodity prices are on the rise.

Before you become concerned, remember there is a long supply chain between your breakfast plate and the raw commodity.  We’re obviously bringing a bit of levity to this subject, and there may not be a direct correlation between the commodity futures price and your groceries.  Nevertheless, see for yourself the recent changes in price. (Unless otherwise noted, charts are taken with permission from OEC Trader.  Click on the chart to enlarge the image.)

American Standard” Breakfast #1: Cereal, Milk*, Toast, Butter, and Orange Juice.

May Wheat (ZWK14)

Breakfast Commodity Prices

 

May Corn (ZCK14)

Breakfast Commodity Prices

 

May Soybeans (ZSK14)

Breakfast Commodity Prices

 

April Class III Milk (DAJ14)*

Breakfast Commodity Prices

 

May Butter (BDK14)**

Breakfast Commodity Prices

 

May Frozen Orange Juice (OJK14)

Breakfast Commodity Prices

 

Heart Healthy” Breakfast #2: Steak, Eggs, Cheese, and Bacon

 April Live Cattle (LEJ14)

Breakfast Commodity Prices

May Fresh Hen Eggs (WDK14)**

Breakfast Commodity Prices

 

June Cheese (BJM14)**

Breakfast Commodity Prices

 

April Lean Hogs (HEJ14)

Breakfast Commodity Prices

 

I Overslept” Breakfast #3: Chocolate Granola bar and Coffee

May Oats (ZOK14)

Breakfast Commodity Prices

 

May Cocoa (CCK14)

Breakfast Commodity Prices

 

May Sugar (SBK14)

Breakfast Commodity Prices

May Coffee (KCK14)

Breakfast Commodity Prices

As always, there is risk in trading commodities, and it may not be for everyone.  We invite you to call your BROKER with question about how to use these markets for investment diversification.  Which trading managers (CTAs) have profited from these price changes?  How can using options help mitigate some risk in trading?

*Class III Milk is used for hard cheeses and other dairy byproducts that are not beverage quality.  There are no exchange traded futures contracts for Class I Milk, which is used for beverages. Nevertheless, there will be some correlation in price since Class III may be used to calculate Class I prices.  You can read more about the Dairy market complex from the USDA HERE.

**Chart taken from barchart.com.

The Foremost Trading Team

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