Little blip today in corn pretty much matched the Dec10 contract high from last June (of 1999). Macroeconomic concensus leans towards deflation (so I hear). What arguments are for and against today's blip being the top of the contract with prices between now and Dec contract close being lower? Is current open interest level normal for this time of year on this contract? I just got back to trading post-Labor day and thought I'd throw this out there for people smarter than me to provide input. I know there are several traders much more qualified than myself to solve this one. Thanks, and happy trading.