John Barone

John
Barone
President,
Market Vision Inc.

John T. Barone is president of Market Vision Inc. in Fairfield, N.J., and can be reached for comment at jbarone@mktvsn.com.

Articles
Corn supply forecast drops unexpectedly
Look for the USDA to further reduce its current yield forecasts
U.S. could see gas prices rise
The likelihood of U.S. military strikes on Syria has helped boost crude oil prices over the past two months
Cattle inventory continues to decline
In his Commodities Watch column, John Barone looks at feedlot inventories
Pork, poultry production to rebound in late 2013 
Commodities expert John Barone shares projections on current and future trends in the markets
Corn forecast drops but still at record high
John Barone looks at record high corn forecasts in his weekly Commodities Watch column
Coffee prices to fall further
Coffee prices are headed lower, barring a major weather event.
Higher prices indicate cheese demand is up
John Barone looks at fluctuating cheese prices
Poultry, pork supply projected to rise
The last four months of 2013 are setting up very favorably for poultry and hog producers
John Barone
New job growth helping drive economy 
John Barone takes a look at the latest and future trends in the commodities markets
Ranchers may be preparing for cattle herd expansion
The overall placement numbers and in the number (and percentage) of heifers on feed has dropped.
USDA continues to predict large corn crop
In his latest Commodities Watch column, John Barone looks at the prediction of a large corn crop
Virus could threaten pork supply
Supplies may get tighter if hog losses from the Porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDv) continue.
New corn supply larger than expected
With corn, it has been the tale of two crops — old and new.
John Barone
Producer profits to boost chicken production 
Commodities expert John Barone shares the latest trends in prices and supplies
Beef prices fall after record highs
The USDA is forecasting 2014 cattle prices at $134 per hundredweight, an increase of 5.1 percent from projected 2013 levels.
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