All About Ceres

08/03/2015 7:00 am EST

Focus: FUTURES

Though he cannot help traders with fertility or motherly relationships like Ceres, the goddess of agriculture in Roman mythology, Blake Robben of Archer Financial Services outlines how he's still able to technically analyze the major grain crops for several potentially rewarding trading scenarios.

In the ancient Roman religion, Ceres was a goddess of agriculture, grain crops, fertility, and motherly relationships. I cannot help you with fertility or motherly relationships. However, I can analyze the current technical structure of the major grain crops.

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Ceres was known as a benevolent and kind goddess to the Romans. Through the use of our technical analysis techniques—and possibly with some the help from Ceres—we are looking ahead to several potentially rewarding trading scenarios.

By Blake Robben of Archer Financial Services

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