Corn futures may not be among the most popular of instruments for short-term trading. But there are times when the less popular markets present the clearer trading opportunities. It’s a matter of thinking differently from the crowd and seeking opportunities in areas of the market that crowd-followers tend to underestimate. From May 28 to June 11, 2019, ZC exhibited a classic falling wedge pattern that most swing traders might have identified as a clear set-up. If you are not familiar with the falling wedge, here’s a brief description. The falling wedge, generally considered a bullish pattern, is characterized by a narrowing downtrend. Price forms a downward-sloping “wedge”–its highs and lows moving lower appear to be converging toward a sharp point.