CropCast's Weekly South America Report Product.

Discussion in 'Commodity Futures' started by kanellop, Sep 25, 2012.

  1. kanellop


    Hello Again to All.

    We are getting now with small steps to this Year Plantation Period for Corn & Soybeans in South America.

    This Period possibly,

    will be from the one's most important ever been.

    If exist any damage there ( Which this believe by my side ),

    then the things can change rapidly for the Price of Corn & Soybeans.

    Now, exist a Company that have a Product with the Name:

    CropCast's Weekly South America Report.

    The Company is the:

    MDA Federal.

    That Product had kindly send me from there for to see it.

    That Product especially is relative to Weather Conditions there.

    But it will have Corn & Soybeans Production Numbers from the Eyes of the Specialists there, too.

    I believe that someone in this Forum must see that Product and seriously to think about it.

    Also, i do not believe that worth to Order it for to say to their Self someone,

    that have one of the best Products in the Market.

    That kind of Products need additional Time for to Study them.

    I decide to say about it for to exist a Support to that kind of Companies that provide that kind of Products.

    Some Major Goals about that kind of Companies,

    are also,

    to add New Services and New Products to that Field,

    and also to drop the Subscriptions Costs.

    Now, if someone accuse me here that have a benefit/s for this promotion,

    i want to inform it,

    that i am not an Employee of MDA Federal ( At least for now ),

    does not own Shares of this Company ( At least for now ),

    and i will not get even a Penny for that promotion.

    For further Informations please see here: .

    You can contact about this Product,


    a) Mr Donald Keeney,

    b) Mr Eric Faulkner.

    ( I will not want to give the E-Mail Addresses and the Telephones of these Persons here,

    because i respect their Privacy and have not their Permission to do that. )

    Kind Regards,

    George Kanellopoulos.