Join Tim Hannagan and Sean Lusk as they take a look at the price outlook for Corn and Soybeans into harvest and through early 2016.
Supply and Demand issues will be featured along with weather and its impact on harvest and we will take a look at the South American planting season.
About the Presenters
Tim Hannagan, Grain Specialist
Tim has more than 37 years of experience in commodity markets and is a nationally recognized expert on the grain markets. His opinions frequently appear in The Wall Street Journal, Barrons, Futures Magazine, Investors Business Daily, and other periodicals as well as international news wire services, online blogs, commodity news services and nationally televised networks.
Tim has not only helped his investor clients, but also the media, grain producers and corporate executives wishing to sense, identify and capture the slightest moves in the grain markets. His concise and analytical research reports appear every day.
Sean Lusk, Co-Director Walsh Commercial Hedging Services Division
Sean Lusk is a registered commodity broker and Co-Director of the Commercial Hedging Division of Walsh Trading in Chicago. Sean began in the business as a runner on the trading floor during summer breaks from college in 1993. Upon his graduation from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale in 1996, Sean began his career on the trading floor of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME). Overseeing billions of dollars of transactions working as a clerk in the Eurodollar pit, Sean took the next step and became a floor broker and member of the CME in 2003. He handled customer orders for banks and investment houses from all over the world from inside the Libor pit at the CME.
Now, at Walsh Trading, Sean utilizes his experience in the marketplace and his professional client service skills to aid and assist customers in their trading endeavors.
Sean writes daily and weekly commentaries focusing on Precious Metals and Agricultural Markets along with related market activity. He has been quoted in various media outlets discussing futures markets. These include, Futures Magazine, Reuters, Forbes, Kitco, Nikkei Press and CCTV.com.