Welcome to Heartland Commodities & Securities - Alexandria, MN
Heartland Commodities & Securities is located in west central Minnesota, specializing in trading commodity futures, options, & securities. Our number one objective is to replicate success. HCS is staffed by professionals with extensive experience in all aspects of commodity and security markets. We use the latest technology to keep our customers on the cutting edge of technical analysis, fundamental news, trading platforms, and educational programs.
HCS provides one-on-one attention and service to each and every client. Whether you are a commercial hedger, producer, small speculator, or a beginner, we will work with you to develop a customized plan suited to your specific objectives. We view each customer as our best and most valued client, and treat them accordingly. We strive to meet the customer's goals, solve customers problems and pride ourselves in integrity, honesty, and always acting in the best interest of our customers.
Our pledge to you as a client is that you will receive the highest quality of information available. HCS believes we are ‘small enough to care and experienced enough to provide results.'
Quotes retrieved on April 27, 2015, 08:59:55 PM CDT
Cattle futures opened lower, rallied into plus territory, and then closed $0.70 to $1.575 lower on the day. The Cattle on Feed report leaned bearishWheat -
Wheat futures were sharply lower on the day, with double digit losses in the front months on all three major classes; and new life of contractLean Hogs -
Lean hog futures were mixed on the day with the May contract picking up about 32 cents, and the Fall through Spring contracts were as much as 40Ag Market Commentary -
Corn futures settled 3 to 5 cents lower on the day. Expected slippage in old crop feed use and improved planting progress were the mainSoybeans -
Soybean futures closed just a few cents higher on the day, buoyed by a USDA announced 158,000 MT export sale to unknown destinations this morning.Corn -
Corn futures settled 3 to 5 cents lower on the day. Expected slippage in old crop feed use and improved planting progress were the mainFull commentary...
Alexandria, Minnesota (56308)
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