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Ag Markets Ended Wednesday In Decidedly Mixed Fashion

September soyoil fell 0.66 cents to 33.99 cents/pound, but September soymeal advanced $3.5 to $368.7/ton. The wheat markets proved generally weak Wednesday. Tuesdays USDA reports also held bearish implications for wheat prices, but they had rebounded modestly last night. They turned lower again this morning, which may have reflected technical and pragmatic selling after the nearby contracts failed to top short-term moving average resistance. September CBOT wheat fell 10.0 cents to $5.28/bushel at its Wednesday settlement, while September KC wheat dropped 9.25 cents to $6.04/bushel, and September MWE wheat dipped 4.5 to $6.045. Bearish cash news depressed cattle futures Wednesday. Fed cattle reportedly traded at $155/cwt (cents/pound) Tuesday evening and did so again this morning. http://www.chicemma.com
Source: http://www.dairyherd.com/dairy-news/latest/Ag-markets-ended-Wednesday-in-decidedly-mixed-fashion-271135911.html

England to play Canada in women's World Cup final - Yahoo News

"It was a really tough game," England skipper Katy McLean said of the win over the Irish. "We're delighted with the performance, I think that the scoreline reflects the fact that we really did turn up on the day and we performed really well. "I'm so proud of all of the girls, the forwards and the backs all delivered and we have a huge opportunity on Sunday. We can't wait." It was all Ireland early on. The shock pool victors over four-time defending champions New Zealand dominated the opening 15 minutes, launched a rolling maul over the line, scrum-half Tania Rosser credited with the try, Niamh Briggs converting. View gallery England's Lock Tamara Taylor (R) vies for the ball in a line out with Ireland's lock Marie L England came roaring back, veteran prop Rochelle Clark driving over for a try. Scarratt knocked over a penalty and after a botched Irish restart, the centre made a searing 50-metre break down the left.
Source: http://news.yahoo.com/canada-beat-france-reach-womens-world-cup-final-203739965--spt.html

Milwaukee area girls needed for fashion show - TODAY'S TMJ4

- From Sports Illustrated to CR Fashion Book, Gigi Hadid is blowing up. Soak in the models 411, as well as her beauty routine. [ Into the Gloss ] - Fellow model of the moment Karlie Kloss whos lent her face to practically every label on the planet has landed her first Chanel campaign. You go, KK! [ Grazia UK ] - Screen legend and pantsuit icon Lauren Bacall passed away at 89 on Tuesday.
Source: http://nypost.com/2014/08/13/gigi-hadid-spills-beauty-secrets-karlie-snags-chanel-gig-and-more/

What To Buy When The Market Is High (And Volatile) Part IV - Forbes

CREATED 12:33 PM MILWAUKEE -- Milwaukee area girls are needed for a unique fashion show that will help raise money for a good cause. The American Girl Fashion show hosted by Children's Hospital of Wisconsin will benefit the neurosciences department PnutFund. Colleen, Kayleigh and Alannah McGlocklin joined "Live at Noon" totalk about the show and the cause.
Source: http://www.jrn.com/tmj4/on-air/interviews/Milwaukee-area-girls-needed-for-fashion-show-271108391.html

Gigi Hadid spills beauty secrets, Karlie snags Chanel gig and more | New York Post

While we understand that risk must be gauged in some fashion, weve never quite understood why someone who has a three-to-five-year or even longer time horizon should care much about standard deviations of monthly returns. Indeed, the chart below illustrates what has happened historically with different measuring sticks. Obviously, stocks could have continued to head south last week, especially given the continued tensions in Gaza and the news that the U.S. had launched limited airstikes in Iraq, but the markets offered yet another lesson of why we constantly state that the only problem with market timing is getting the timing right. Indeed, as Mark Hulbert wrote in this weekends Wall Street Journal, Trying to time the market is by and large a losing proposition, even for the pros. Happily, Mr. Hulbert added, Little wonder, then, that market timing is rarely even attempted by the advisers who have made the most money over the past 15 years. The three top performers over this period, among the 200 advisers monitored by the Hulbert Financial Digest, are the Investment Reporter, edited by Marc Johnson; the Prudent Speculator, edited by John Buckingham; and the Turnaround Letter, edited by George Putnam. He continued, All three advisers favor so-called value stocks, preferring to invest in companies that, despite solid long-term fundamentals, are trading for relatively low valuations as measured by indicators such as the price/earnings ratio.
Source: http://www.forbes.com/sites/johnbuckingham/2014/08/13/what-to-buy-when-the-market-is-high-and-volatile-part-iv/?ss=personalfinance

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