What Soybean Farmers Could Teach OPEC

BY David Schiff | May 26, 2017 - 

Here’s an interesting article  from Marketwatch.com about lessons OPEC could learn from soybean farmers and shale producers.

It’s a short read and makes two main points.

First, it’s difficult to regain market share once you lose it.

Second, the free market responds to restrictions in supply by developing options. Those options may start out modestly but can build momentum quickly.

Give it a read and see what you think.

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