Friday, September 9th, 2022 Video and Audio Program

We wrapped the week with strength across the board in grains, livestock, energies and the stock market on Friday. This is all ahead of Monday’s big USDA WASDE report for September. DuWayne Bosse of Bolt Marketing joins us to discuss Friday’s trade and look at the markets as we prepare for report day on Monday. Learn more at

Also, livestock had a solid day on Friday and appeared to find some fundamental support amid the broad buying in commodities on the day. We talk cattle, corn and more with Chris Swift of Swift Trading Company. Learn more online at!

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