The charts of the farm equipment giant suggest its stock could head downward significantly in the weeks ahead.
The mixture of low commodity prices and high-interest rates is the worst-case scenario for producers, but the painful combination also sets the stage for a self-correcting market.
I think the firm, facing a sort of fiscal cliff this year, could have prepared better, given the massive free cash flow year to date.
TSN bulls are getting their wings clipped. Here's what traders need to know.
These recently downgraded names are displaying both quantitative and technical deterioration.
As South American farmers give the U.S. a run for its money, here's why investors, growers and policymakers might soon learn there's more than a 'grain' of truth to the saying, Complacency kills.
Let's check the charts -- and look back to the anchovy collapse of the 1970s.
As cattle futures have stampeded to a new all-time high, I'm getting flashbacks -- here's why and how to position your portfolio.
A Florida citrus grower, an Argentine farmland owner, and a 'mysterious' California company crop up on my list.
CALM is a tough one to crack now with egg prices coming down to earth. But I still see how it could turn into a tasty trade.