Why good beans, weak wheat? I'm interested in your fundamental argument. My argument from the other side: Last WASDE has 33% greater ending stocks of beans than any time in more than 20 years. With soy oil languishing, crushers are really only able to sell meal at a good price. The only strong fundamental argument for beans I can come up with is that farmers are being so strongly incentivized to plant corn, they may not plant any beans. Wheat fundamentals would seem to support a reasonably strong price. The export business has dried up, which is a cause for concern. Otherwise, our disappearance/ending stock ratio will be in the top 5 for the last 20 years.