Friday, October 14th, 2022 Video and Audio Program

Friday saw the U.S. dollar move higher and commodities moved lower with a lack of fresh news to impact the trade. The path of least resistance was lower on the day. We have a jam packed show to discuss the week in the market trade today! First up, Kristi Van Ahn-Kjeseth of Van Ahn & Co joins us as we discuss cash basis, harvest pressure and more. Learn more about Kristi and Van Ahn & Co online at

Then, we are joined for the first time on the show by Tommy Grisafi of Advance Trading Inc in the second half of the show. We discuss the dollar, interest rates, options strategies, $7 corn/$14 beans and more. Learn more about Tommy and Advance Trading Inc online at

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