Market volatility creates challenges for agriculture industry participants, but it can also yield profitable opportunities. The flexibility of futures allows grain traders to experience profit or loss if the market goes up, down or sideways.
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What are grain futures? Grain futures are futures contract on grains. The contracts are highly leveraged and gain or lose value based on the movement of the underlying asset. We cover the following grains: corn, soybeans, soybean oil, soybean meal, CBOT wheat, KCBT wheat, rough rice, and oats.
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