Spread Soybean Short | Wheat Long. The November seasonality of wheat versus soybean reached its maximum this week. However, even exhausted seasonality can be cleverly used. Selling soybeans at their maximum and buying wheat on supports seems to be an interesting opportunity. A 1:1 ratio is used for futures and CFD spreads. With a volume of 50 bushels for both commodities, the medium-term analysis has a potential in the 15-year history of approximately USD 1,450, which is approximately 16% of the investment in the margin. Spread hedging operations are generally considered to be analyzes with lower volatility.
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