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Jim Wyckoff's Weekly Cattle, Hog Outlook

04 June 2014
Jim Wyckoff Commentary -  TheCropSite

ANALYSIS - Cattle analyst Jim Wyckoff shares his weekly outlook for the CME cattle futures market.

Lackluster boxed beef market activity  suggest that the market may be topping out. However, the technical bulls are still in near term command, according to Wyckoff. 

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