Historical data has revealed that corn has typically bottomed out during the end of the year, potentially setting up investors for a rebound in prices. Gilbertie pointed out that a full 48% of corn’s last 27 seasonal price lows have been set in the last one-third of the calendar year., with December producing the greatest number of price bottoms over the past 27 years.
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The trends reveal “the power of the harvest seasonality and the opportunity it can potentially bring to investors and asset allocators looking to add corn to their investment portfolios,” Gilbertie added.
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