Everyone is talking about the grain markets and how they are underpriced compared to the other commodities. This segment has no connection to the other segments in any way. Yes fund managers have been getting into this segment in the beginning of the year, but that will slow. When it does, you will probably see prices start to fall. Soybeans especially. The latest supply report in December showed predictions of the largest amount of soybeans ever produced this upcoming year and all supply needs easily met. There could always be some bad weather but is that what you want your investment to be based on? Hoping for catastrophic weather. I, like everyone else, got caught up in the “Grains are cheap” talk but I am staying out and will concentrate on other option or futures trades.