It’s Finally Here

We are very excited to announce the launch of the Darin Newsom Analysis Mobile App. We understand the importance of getting our information to you in the most convenient way possible. We also understand that not everyone has the same phone, that is why we have launched our app simultaneously in both the Apple App Store and on Google Play.


Weekly Analysis for everything you care about. We cover the full spectrum; Grains, Oilseeds, Livestock, Dairy, Softs, Metals, And Energies.



Start your day with Darin’s Morning Commentary before market open. Come back in the afternoon for the day’s breakdown with Afternoon Commentary. On those special report days we have you covered with our Report Commentary.



Dive deeper into the Analysis with Darin’s Chart of the Day, Seasonal Analysis Studies, and Price Distribution. Everything you need to make more informed decisions.


Public Columns

Every now and then, Darin releases his weekly column for the public to enjoy. Here are the most recent. 

Wind of Change

By |August 9th, 2021|

Those of you who have been with me through the years will recall I’m an advocate of Chaos Theory. I was first introduced to the idea by James Gleick’s definitive book “Chaos: Making a New Science”, and later “The Misbehavior of Markets” by Benoit Mandelbrot. Mr. Mandelbrot was a mathematician who did a great deal of work in fractals, and whose study of cotton prices decades ago figured prominently in Mr. Gleick’s book. What is Chaos Theory? By [...]

Forward Thinking

By |March 29th, 2021|

If you’ve been paying attention to ag media recently, you know talking about futures spreads and forward curves has become “cool”, much more so than it was 18 months ago. Recall then the favored themes were trade wars are good for US industries, including agriculture, and USDA was the be-all and end-all of market fundamentals. Fast forward to today and the climate has changed, with many of those who sat on the other side of the table now [...]

Private Tours

By |August 24th, 2020|

Those of you who have followed me over the years are familiar with my belief that data collection, organization, and dissemination should be privatized. This is based on the age-old business proverb, “You get what you pay for”, meaning “the quality of goods and services increases as the prices increase.” I used this line often back when I was working for an agriculture media company, where our farm show presence was always met with a chorus of, “Why [...]

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