Increased global demand for commodities has been driving soft commodity prices higher. How
can you position yourself to try to take advantage of commodity price movement?
Experienced investors know that information is key to trading successfully. If you are an investor interested
in getting involved in the commodity markets you have come to the right place. This site was designed to put the
tools that you need to trade the softs commodity markets at your fingertips.
What are softs? The term "softs" generally refers to commodities that are renewable. If it can be grown,
whether plant or animal, it is considered a soft. Even though softs are renewable it does not mean they can not experience
economic imbalances. The three main groupings of soft commodities are: food, fiber and grains.
1. The food group includes: coffee, cocoa, sugar, and orange juice.
2. The fiber group includes cotton and lumber.
3. The grains group includes: corn, soybeans, soybean oil, soybean meal, CBOT wheat, KCBT wheat, rough rice, and oats.
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