Summer Weather and the Markets >>> Watch the Bloomberg TV interview with Jim Roemer

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“Summer Weather and the Markets >>> Watch the Bloomberg TV interview with Jim Roemer”

by Jim Roemer - Meteorologist - Commodity Trading Advisor - Principal, Best Weather Inc. & Climate Predict - Publisher, Weather Wealth Newsletter 

 -  Weekend Report: June 21-23, 2024


To view the Bloomberg TV interview with me about El Niño/La Niña and commodities, > > > > >   PLEASE   CLICK   HERE

(…our interview began just minutes before the summer solstice kicked in…)

Due to an oscillating SOI index and warming east of Australia at the NINO4 region, it has been my opinion that La Niña may hold off until after September. If so, this would remain bearish for the grain market this summer with no long-standing Midwest dryness.

On Thursday afternoon, my Bloomberg TV interview covered the following:

1) Why La Niña may not form until after the Northern Hemispheric summer and its potential impact on grain prices

2) How a warming planet has had the most destructive influence on tropical commodities closer to the equator

3) Why natural gas sold off despite hot weather

Please join farmers, ETF investors along with both novice and experienced futures traders who want much more “accurate” weather information and trading ideas from a meteorologist who has been watching the psychology of commodity price moves for 40 years.

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Thanks for your interest in commodity weather!

Jim Roemer, Scott Mathews, and The Weather Wealth Team 

Mr. Roemer owns Best Weather Inc., offering weather-related blogs for commodity traders and farmers. He also is a co-founder of Climate Predict, a detailed long-range global weather forecast tool. As one of the first meteorologists to become an NFA registered Commodity Trading Advisor, he has worked with major hedge funds, Midwest farmers, and individual traders for over 35 years. With a special emphasis on interpreting market psychology, coupled with his short and long-term trend forecasting in grains, softs, and the energy markets, he established a unique standing among advisors in the commodity risk management industry.

Trading futures and options involves a significant risk of loss and is not suitable for everyone. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results. 

“You can't change the weather, but you can profit from it”



On the date of publication, Jim Roemer did not have (either directly or indirectly) positions in any of the securities mentioned in this article. All information and data in this article is solely for informational purposes. For more information please view the Barchart Disclosure Policy here.