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Tax Advantage

Sixty percent of gains from commodity futures are taxed at the long-term rate (15% as of 2012) and forty percent at the short-term rate.


Many investors add commodity futures to their portfolio as a means of diversifying.

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Welcome to Pinnacle Commodity Group L.L.C., a firm that strives to bring you commodity investments designed for your risk tolerance and investment goals.As a full service brokerage firm that is tailored to fit all experience level of investors, PCG offers a multitude of investment services appropriate for the individual trader, producers and capital management for businesses.

24th Dec 2015
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IFES 2015: Crop and Livestock Price Prospects for 2016

CROPS Crop prices remain well below the record levels of 2010 through 2013 as U.S. and world supplies remain abundant and demand suffers from slow economic growth in much of...

09th Dec 2015

2015 Projected Net Incomes on Illinois Grain Farms

In 2015 and 2016, average net incomes on grain farms in Illinois are projected at levels similar to those from 1998 through 2002, the last time very low incomes occurred...

22nd Oct 2015

Using Enterprise Budgets to Compute Crop Breakeven Prices

Michael Langemeier Center for Commercial Agriculture Purdue University farmdoc daily (5):195 Recommended citation format: Langemeier, M. “Using Enterprise Budgets to Compute Crop Breakeven Prices.” farmdoc daily (5):195, Department of Agricultural...

18th Sep 2015

Disparity Between Oil And Gasoline Prices

Curious about the current disparity between oil and gasoline prices? We touch on this subject as well as the other complex in this week’s commodity recap. Energy Why is gasoline...

27th Jul 2015

Wild Swing In Corn Prices

Corn futures prices increased about $0.90 per bushel from mid-June to mid-July. The increase was driven by a combination of a smaller-than-expected USDA estimate of June 1 stocks and production...

01st Jul 2015
2015 July Corn

June 2015 USDA Acres Report

We expected the tone to shift as May was the wettest month ever in the US. While the old mantra “rains makes grains” typically holds true, the excessively wet conditions...

11th Jun 2015
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June 2015 USDA Crop Production and World Supply/Demand Report

Heading into the Report We expected the tone remain the same with weaker exports, larger world supplies, and optimal growing conditions for 2015 thus far. Immediate Reaction to the Report...

05th Jun 2015

An Oversold Commodity Market

Energy Crude has found itself testing the one-month low in the mid $50’s while natural gas is at its lowest point in years at about $2.60/mmBtu. Crude is likely to stay...