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Nutrien ($NTR): They help make your food, now they help make you money!

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Are Fertilizers and Metals the play this earnings season ?

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Why ain't nobody talking about Fertilizers

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Costly Fertilizers and Shipping Threaten to Worsen Food Crisis $MOS $NTR $CF

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PriceIndex - Green Markets *New Weekly Price Update Comes Out Every Friday* Fertilizer $MOS $NTR $CF

PriceIndex - Green Markets *New Weekly Price* $MOS $NTR $CF Comes Out Every Friday

World Bank warns that higher fertilizer and energy costs pose threat to harvests after global food prices soar by more than a third $MOS $NTR $CF

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World Bank warns that higher fertilizer and energy costs pose threat to harvests after global food prices soar by more than a third $MOS $NTR $CF

Loss of fertilizer supplies from Russia feeds food inflation, benefits other producers $MOS $NTR $CF

Loss of fertilizer supplies from Russia feeds food inflation, benefits other producers $MOS $NTR $CF

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Loss of fertilizer supplies from Russia feeds food inflation, benefits other producers $MOS $NTR $CF

WATCH NOW: Wisconsin farmer discusses impact of rising fertilizer and gas costs $MOS $NTR $CF

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WATCH NOW: Wisconsin farmer discusses impact of rising fertilizer and gas costs $MOS $NTR $CF

Don’t expect the huge rise in food prices to slow anytime soon, Bank of America says- Fertilizer Price Surge $MOS $NTR $CF

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Don’t expect the huge rise in food prices to slow anytime soon, Bank of America says- Fertilizer Price Surge $MOS $NTR $CF

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Fertilizer Market- Very Bullish Weekly Prints Coming In $MOS $NTR $CF - *Mini Post* please add if you have more insights 🙏

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Fertilizer Market- Very Bullish Weekly Prints Coming In $MOS $NTR $CF - *Mini Post* please add if you have more insights 🙏

Fertilizer Market- Very Bullish Weekly Prints Coming In $MOS $NTR $CF - *Mini Post*

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Fertilizer Market- Very Bullish Weekly Prints Coming In $MOS $NTR $CF - *Mini Post*

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Phosphate Prices Reach All-Time High in Leading Fertilizer Market Higher $MOS $NTR $CF

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10-34-0 is 49% more expensive, MAP is 53% higher, DAP is 68% more expensive, UAN28 is 83% higher, UAN32 is 89% more expensive, urea is 100% is higher, potash is 103% higher and anhydrous is 119% more expensive compared to last year. $MOS $NTR $CF

10-34-0 is 49% more expensive, MAP is 53% higher, DAP is 68% more expensive, UAN28 is 83% higher, UAN32 is 89% more expensive, urea is 100% is higher, potash is 103% higher and anhydrous is 119% more expensive compared to last year. $MOS $NTR $CF

Phosphate Prices Reach All-Time High in Leading Fertilizer Market Higher $MOS $NTR $CF

Retail Fertilizer Prices Higher, as Chinese Soybean Demand Weakens • Farm Policy News $MOS $NTR $CF

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Retail Fertilizer Prices Higher, as Chinese Soybean Demand Weakens • Farm Policy News $MOS $NTR $CF

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The ripple effects of the global fertilizer crisis on India $MOS $NTR $CF

r/stocksSee Post

Fertilizers are still cheap. NTR, MOS and CF with 7x to 8x forward P/E and 10% free cash flow yields. Economic moats. Food inflation.

r/smallstreetbetsSee Post

Weekly fertilizer prices drop for the first time in three weeks looks like we peaked $MOS $NTR $CF

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Weekly fertilizer prices drop for the first time in three weeks looks like we peaked $MOS $NTR $CF

Weekly fertilizer prices drop for the first time in three weeks looks like we peaked $MOS $NTR $CF

Weekly fertilizer prices drop for the first time in three weeks looks like we peaked $MOS $NTR $CF

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Weekly fertilizer prices drop for the first time in three weeks looks like we peaked $MOS $NTR $CF

⚠️Weekly Fertilizer Print⚠️ $MOS $CF $NTR #Inflation

⚠️Weekly Fertilizer Print⚠️ $MOS $CF $NTR #Inflation

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⚠️Weekly Fertilizer Print⚠️ $MOS $CF $NTR #Inflation

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⚠️Weekly Fertilizer Print⚠️ $MOS $CF $NTR

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Yara calls off big Canadian fertilizer expansion $MOS $NTR $CF

Yara calls off big Canadian fertilizer expansion $MOS $NTR $CF

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Yara calls off big Canadian fertilizer expansion $MOS $NTR $CF

DAP Fertilizer Price Index Sets Record at $1,014 Per Ton $MOS $NTR $CF

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DAP Fertilizer Price Index Sets Record at $1,014 Per Ton $MOS $NTR $CF

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Fertilizer prices have more than doubled since last year due to Putin’s Fertilizer Halt, a limited supply of the relevant minerals and high energy costs, high global demand and agricultural commodity prices. Also Two European Fertilizer Plamts Are Offline In March! $MOS $NTR $CF

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In a world of scarcity, panic-buying of things in short supply, Potash is an essential fertilizer and there's not enough. NTR, MOS, IPI

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Canadian Stocks Look 2B A Feeding Frenzy - What 2Buy?

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Fertilizer Price Records Continue, as White House Economist Sees Increased Planting in U.S. • Farm Policy News $MOS $NTR $CF

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Yara to cut fertilizer production at two European plants amid rising gas prices #FertilizerSqueeze $MOS $NTR $CF

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Fertilizer prices have more than doubled since last year due to Putin’s price hike, a limited supply of the relevant minerals and high energy costs, high global demand and agricultural commodity prices, reliance on fertiliser imports, and lack of competition. $MOS $CF $NTR

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Fertilizer price surges 43% to fresh record as supplies tighten $MOS $NTR $CF

r/wallstreetbetsOGsSee Post

Fertilizer price surges 43% to fresh record as supplies tighten. $MOS $NTR $CF

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Fertilizer prices have more than doubled since last year due to Putin’s price hike, a limited supply of the relevant minerals and high energy costs, high global demand and agricultural commodity prices, reliance on fertiliser imports, and lack of competition. $MOS $CF $NTR

Fertilizer prices have more than doubled since last year due to Putin’s price hike, a limited supply of the relevant minerals and high energy costs, high global demand and agricultural commodity prices, reliance on fertiliser imports, and lack of competition. $MOS $CF $NTR $VIX

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Fertilizer Prices Break New Records-- in Conjunction with Elevated Commodity Prices, Stir Food Security Concerns • Farm Policy News $MOS $NTR $CF

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Fertilizer Prices Break New Records-- in Conjunction with Elevated Commodity Prices, Stir Food Security Concerns • Farm Policy News $MOS $NTR $CF

Fertilizer Prices Break New Records-- in Conjunction with Elevated Commodity Prices, Stir Food Security Concerns • Farm Policy News $MOS $NTR $CF

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Necessity material stocks are soaring will cause a bad ending for inflation and the economy

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$MBII and $BIOX Merger - Potential Arbitrage and High Growth Prospects

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$MOO - An interesting play on agriculture/fertilizer

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Overcoming the threats to global food systems from Russia's invasion of Ukraine $MOS $NTR $CF

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DAP, 10-34-0 Lead Fertilizer Prices Higher $MOS $NTR $CF

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Russia-Ukraine War Drives World Wholesale Fertilizer Prices Higher $MOS $NTR $CF

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Food shortage is coming - fertilizer stocks still going parabolic

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Most Retail Fertilizer Prices Resume Climb at Beginning of March $ICL $MOS $NTR $CF

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Russia Set to Ban Commodity Exports Following Western Sanctions $ICL $MOS $NTR $CF SUPPLY COMING OFFLINE

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The World's Next Food Emergency Is Here as War Compounds Hunger Crisis #FertilizerStocks $ICL $MOS $CF $NTR

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The World's Next Food Emergency Is Here as War Compounds Hunger Crisis #FertilizerStocks $ICL $MOS $CF $NTR

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The World's Next Food Emergency Is Here as War Compounds Hunger Crisis #Fertilizer $ICL $MOS $CF $NTR

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Western Hemisphere fertilizer companies

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Russia world's biggest fertilizer exporter and 3rd largest fertilizer producers recommends to halt fertilizer exports - Scotts Miracle Gro ($SMG) run

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Russia-Ukraine Conflict Adds More Pressure to World Fertilizer Market $MOS $NTR $IPI $CF

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Russia-Ukraine Conflict Adds More Pressure to World Fertilizer Market $MOS $NTR $IPI $CF

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Russia-Ukraine Conflict Adds More Pressure to World Fertilizer Market $MOS $NTR $CF $IPI

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Playing With Your Food: A Fertilizer Bull Thesis

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Vilsack: Fertilizer prices are biggest worry for farmers after Russian invasion $MOS $CF $NTR

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$MOS, $NTR. Canadian, not Russian potash.

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114% Gain on Options Today

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114% Gain on Options Trades today

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114% Gain on Trades today

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Higher Natural Gas cost are tailwind for Ammonia producers

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US imposes Sanctions on large Potash supplier (Potash prices expected to rally further)

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Playing the commodities "super-cycle" - Agriculture plays

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My Watchlist For 4/13/21

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Fertilizers $MOS $IPI $NTR $CF

Yeah . I’ve done well on NTR

Mentions:#NTR

I had tech-b.to (coal) and BTE.to and MEG.to (oil) along with 3 fertilizer stocks. CJ, MOS, and NTR.to. Also XEG.to. (Large cap oil) And that is pretty much my inflation trade.

Mentions:#MEG#MOS#NTR

Long term puts on HYG and Long Term Calls on NTR, BG & CTVA

Potash was like that back in the day: POT...now it is NTR.

Mentions:#NTR

If you guys think the indices have further to fall and think that tech stocks have been beaten to death already and are afraid to buy puts on stocks that have already gone down 90%, look at SPX's top performers this year. Even if their individual situations are good, the index will drag them down with it. AA, FCX, MOS, CLF, CF, NTR - any non-oil basic materials stock.

I am all in oil, commodities and NTR.

Mentions:#NTR

I’m watching $CF and $NTR, I mean look how far they’ve climbed since September ‘21, almost parabolic. Reminds me of AMD’s top. I’d be impressed if there was more gas in the tank, but based on how other commodities like steel and copper, lumber; I’m leaning more towards top.

Mentions:#CF#NTR#AMD

Anyone bullish on agriculture? Bunch of fertilizer companies released earnings lately (MOS, CF, NTR, etc.) and all increased their guidance for the rest of the year. Unlike the last agriculture boom of 2007 to 2008, it seems like they are trying to keep the market from being too oversupplied. They rather sell less at higher prices this time around. That said, I am wondering if this is potential peak for them. Been reading articles with quotes from farmers saying they are planning to use less fertilizer because it's gotten so expensive. Is this a sign of potential demand destruction for fertilizer? I'm wondering if agriculture has peaked and if it's perhaps time to take the other side of the trade. Any thoughts?

Mentions:#MOS#CF#NTR

This sounds like the start of an NTR hentai. We just need the ugly bastard now. I’ll volunteer my wife’s boyfriend.

Mentions:#NTR

NTR is my shining star 🌟

Mentions:#NTR

NTR crushed earnings! Looks like lots of runway into 2023.

Mentions:#NTR

NTR too. Brrrrrrr

Mentions:#NTR

Did you get out of NTR with any profits? Shit tanked so quick

Mentions:#NTR

I was 2/3 today on fertilizers and materials. Had calls on NTR, FMC, and MOS. I'll take the MOS hit since no one was expecting anything crazy. Hoping MPC crushing in the morning for some max gains.

$NTR …bish

Mentions:#NTR

The VIX is too high I agree. #3 and #4 producers are at war. It's not expected to cover as it's impossible. So prices will simply go up. Plus NTR is trying to increase potash by $1B more. This is going to get worse and high prices for a while. I bought stocks as you said IV is too high and I'm in it for 6 months longer.

Mentions:#NTR

NTR looks very good and cheap

Mentions:#NTR

I could see NTR and MOS do really well here.

Mentions:#NTR#MOS

MOS and NTR are my bets. Fertilizer is the only commodity I like, everyone needs to eat. A lot of gains already priced in but revenue for both should be crazy.

Mentions:#MOS#NTR

Soybean planting is expected to rise by volume and acreage in 2022 since Soybeans use less fertilizer than Corn and Wheat. Also you can plant Soybeans later in the planting season than Corn. There is another topic where a fellow reddit user posted about $MOS, $ADM, and $NTR. I think those stocks are a better play on inflation than the commodity ETF's. But If you want to go with ETF's I would look to buy $CORN or $WEAT on the dip over $SOYB.

A lot of farmers locked in their prices for fertilizer before the Ukraine/Russian war so their volume is up, and the farmers bought at pre war prices. It's all going to come down to $NTR guidance. Do they expect farmers to buy fertilizer for the 2023 growing season at the increased prices in phosphates? If Corn and Wheat prices remain near all time highs and continue to climb, I expect the answer to be Yes. And remember the market is forward looking. There is soon to be a panic in a potential food shortage/crisis.

Mentions:#NTR

Thank you. Any idea why NTR continues to do well even with high NG prices? Is the idea that yes costs are higher but increases in fertilizer costs outpace NG costs?

Mentions:#NTR#NG

Question: increases in natgas price decrease margins for ammonia producers. So why have companies like NTR which produce a lot of ammonia and N-bases fertilizers done so well in an environment where NG prices are up 2x in US and 5x+ in Europe from last year?

Mentions:#NTR#NG

I would say $ADM is the less volatile stock and $MOS and $NTR are leveraged stocks on the move in Corn and Wheat prices. $MOS is having issues with production, or at least they did last quarter but prices of Phosphate in particular have rising so dramatically that their price increases have hidden their mining shortages. I am more of a gambler than many, and I expect $MOS shares to explode once their production gets on track. Another fertilizer stock to look at is $CF. They are in hydrogen and nitrogen fertilizer and less reliant on the Ukraine/Russian war.

$NTR is made up of the old Agrium and Potash Saskatchewan. I am more bullish on $MOS but either is fine. The deal is you have to watch the futures market in Wheat & Corn especially if you get into these companies. Soybeans are less reliant on fertilizer. Watch ticker symbols $WEAT & $CORN if you buy $MOS or $NTR; or watch the actual futures market for Wheat & Corn. As long as $WEAT and $CORN remain above all DMA's than $MOS and $NTR are buys on the dip.

Helps a lot to frame, thank you. Yes it’s very impressive that ADM has been publicly traded since 1924 and still going strong. Not exactly a meme stock but good value and momentum IMO. One more question: If looking at fertilizer plays: How does MOS compare with NTR?

Mentions:#ADM#MOS#NTR

How does MOS compare to NTR?

Mentions:#MOS#NTR

Sold NTR at 11x

Mentions:#NTR

Idk. Maybe. But I’m going with $NTR- potash straight from the source.

Mentions:#NTR

Yeah, I’ll probably sell the day before earnings or tomorrow. I have a feeling my crushed play would go up like it did today and will sell off at closing. I’ve had plays just repeat that cycle until it went green. It’s happen with a recent TSLA,NTR,and is currently happening to a UPS play I have. I called that SPY will go up after a dip and that might happen tomorrow. I honestly think it will go green in one of these days.

NTR is Saskatoon based.

Mentions:#NTR

Anyone have any thoughts on NTR?? It’s a Canadian (Potash) fertilizer company

Mentions:#NTR

Anyones thoughts on $MOS and $NTR? I got in before the big pump the last mnth+, sold almost everything a little bit ago. I am not a fan for the short term, but I am still long on both. Fertilizer has seen increases of 300% and I don’t see it slowing down over the next few years with the looming food crisis.

Mentions:#MOS#NTR

Anyones thoughts on $MOS and $NTR? I got in before the big pump the last mnth+, sold almost everything a little bit ago. I am not a fan for the short term, but I am still long on both. Fertilizer has seen increases of 300% and I don’t see it slowing down over the next few years with the looming food crisis.

Mentions:#MOS#NTR

Let's ask Cramer about NTR

Mentions:#NTR

I took a hit playing fertilizer this past week. However I think calls are still the right direction for their upcoming earnings and will probably pick up a couple on both stocks. MOS and NTR both fell below their 30 day SMA. I will be watching to see if they continue to drop before picking up any calls.

Mentions:#MOS#NTR

BRO theres a company that has ticker "NTR" im ALL IN ON MARGIN LFG

Mentions:#NTR

>Why ain't nobody talking about Fertilizers What are you talking about? Alot of people have been talking about them and maybe that's why both NTR and MOS are up more than 50% over the last few months.

Mentions:#NTR#MOS

NTR is my favorite! Almost more than loss porn!

Mentions:#NTR

I do think that the market has priced in a chance of the war ending/negotiations going well. we also haven't seen the effects of developing world for high food prices yet. I would say there is still some room to move north but fertilizer stocks like NTR or MOS would be the way to go - actual crops like wheat or corn or sunflowers can easily be replaced in the market as needed. The need for fertiliser goes up either way though.

Mentions:#NTR#MOS

fertilizer and agri stocks are great. MOS CF NTR etc. anything that’s not tech or consumer discretionary should survive

Mentions:#MOS#CF#NTR

They got hammered today no doubt. I think they'll get some bounce back though, earnings for NTR coming up and I expect them to do well.

Mentions:#NTR

More Past Weekly Fertilizer Prices…this will give you a better understanding to why I believe fertilizer producers such as $MOS $NTR $CF $IPI $ADM and other will beat earnings Dec 3-$1072.87 Dec 10-$1081.83 Dec 17-$1087.53 Jan 7-$956.58 Jan 14-$906.66 Jan 21-$871.46 Jan 28-$811.70 Feb 4-$898.28 Feb 11-$866.92 Feb 18-$877.93 Feb 25-$891.50 Mar 4-$984.72 Mar 11-$1137.56 Last Year Prices from Jan-April prices we’re beginning of the year $450 to April $580. So gives you a better insight to why I keep my bullish thesis to amazing earnings. Also these miners before this major bull run used to provide monthly production updates…when there in a bull run they don’t provide such bullish info because will give to much momentum for the stock imo. Companies like Mosaic have been buying back tons of there shares and back in February last quarter they announced a billion shares buyback on top of there original 2021 buyback…so there’s much room left in all these stocks imo

More Past Weekly Fertilizer Prices…this will give you a better understanding to why I believe fertilizer producers such as $MOS $NTR $CF $IPI $ADM and other will beat earnings Dec 3-$1072.87 Dec 10-$1081.83 Dec 17-$1087.53 Jan 7-$956.58 Jan 14-$906.66 Jan 21-$871.46 Jan 28-$811.70 Feb 4-$898.28 Feb 11-$866.92 Feb 18-$877.93 Feb 25-$891.50 Mar 4-$984.72 Mar 11-$1137.56 Last Year Prices from Jan-April prices we’re beginning of the year $450 to April $580. So gives you a better insight to why I keep my bullish thesis to amazing earnings. Also these miners before this major bull run used to provide monthly production updates…when there in a bull run they don’t provide such bullish info because will give to much momentum for the stock imo. Companies like Mosaic have been buying back tons of there shares and back in February last quarter they announced a billion shares buyback on top of there original 2021 buyback…so there’s much room left in all these stocks imo

More Past Weekly Fertilizer Prices…this will give you a better understanding to why I believe fertilizer producers such as $MOS $NTR $CF $IPI $ADM and other will beat earnings Dec 3-$1072.87 Dec 10-$1081.83 Dec 17-$1087.53 Jan 7-$956.58 Jan 14-$906.66 Jan 21-$871.46 Jan 28-$811.70 Feb 4-$898.28 Feb 11-$866.92 Feb 18-$877.93 Feb 25-$891.50 Mar 4-$984.72 Mar 11-$1137.56 Last Year Prices from Jan-April prices we’re beginning of the year $450 to April $580. So gives you a better insight to why I keep my bullish thesis to amazing earnings. Also these miners before this major bull run used to provide monthly production updates…when there in a bull run they don’t provide such bullish info because will give to much momentum for the stock imo. Companies like Mosaic have been buying back tons of there shares and back in February last quarter they announced a billion shares buyback on top of there original 2021 buyback…so there’s much room left in all these stocks imo

More Past Weekly Fertilizer Prices…this will give you a better understanding to why I believe fertilizer producers such as $MOS $NTR $CF $IPI $ADM and other will beat earnings Dec 3-$1072.87 Dec 10-$1081.83 Dec 17-$1087.53 Jan 7-$956.58 Jan 14-$906.66 Jan 21-$871.46 Jan 28-$811.70 Feb 4-$898.28 Feb 11-$866.92 Feb 18-$877.93 Feb 25-$891.50 Mar 4-$984.72 Mar 11-$1137.56 Last Year Prices from Jan-April prices we’re beginning of the year $450 to April $580. So gives you a better insight to why I keep my bullish thesis to amazing earnings. Also these miners before this major bull run used to provide monthly production updates…when there in a bull run they don’t provide such bullish info because will give to much momentum for the stock imo. Companies like Mosaic have been buying back tons of there shares and back in February last quarter they announced a billion shares buyback on top of there original 2021 buyback…so there’s much room left in all these stocks imo

More Past Weekly Fertilizer Prices…this will give you a better understanding to why I believe fertilizer producers such as $MOS $NTR $CF $IPI $ADM and other will beat earnings Dec 3-$1072.87 Dec 10-$1081.83 Dec 17-$1087.53 Jan 7-$956.58 Jan 14-$906.66 Jan 21-$871.46 Jan 28-$811.70 Feb 4-$898.28 Feb 11-$866.92 Feb 18-$877.93 Feb 25-$891.50 Mar 4-$984.72 Mar 11-$1137.56 Last Year Prices from Jan-April prices we’re beginning of the year $450 to April $580. So gives you a better insight to why I keep my bullish thesis to amazing earnings. Also these miners before this major bull run used to provide monthly production updates…when there in a bull run they don’t provide such bullish info because will give to much momentum for the stock imo. Companies like Mosaic have been buying back tons of there shares and back in February last quarter they announced a billion shares buyback on top of there original 2021 buyback…so there’s much room left in all these stocks imo

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Fertilizer prices have more than doubled since last year. Limited supply of relevant minerals, high energy costs, high global demand and 2 European fertilizer plants closed. I don’t see it exploding history doesn’t repeat but it rhymes. So right now as economies open up and with food demand globally. And Russian sanctions I see big demand in this market. This is just my opinion. 10-34-0 is 49% more expensive, MAP is 53% higher, DAP is 68% more expensive, UAN28 is 83% higher, UAN32 is 89% more expensive, urea is 100% is higher, potash is 103% higher and anhydrous is 119% more expensive compared to last year. $MOS $NTR $CF $IPI $ADM

Fertilizer prices have more than doubled since last year. Limited supply of relevant minerals, high energy costs, high global demand and 2 European fertilizer plants closed. I don’t see it exploding history doesn’t repeat but it rhymes. So right now as economies open up and with food demand globally. And Russian sanctions I see big demand in this market. This is just my opinion. 10-34-0 is 49% more expensive, MAP is 53% higher, DAP is 68% more expensive, UAN28 is 83% higher, UAN32 is 89% more expensive, urea is 100% is higher, potash is 103% higher and anhydrous is 119% more expensive compared to last year. $MOS $NTR $CF $IPI $ADM

Fertilizer prices have more than doubled since last year. Limited supply of relevant minerals, high energy costs, high global demand and 2 European fertilizer plants closed. I don’t see it exploding history doesn’t repeat but it rhymes. So right now as economies open up and with food demand globally. And Russian sanctions I see big demand in this market. This is just my opinion. 10-34-0 is 49% more expensive, MAP is 53% higher, DAP is 68% more expensive, UAN28 is 83% higher, UAN32 is 89% more expensive, urea is 100% is higher, potash is 103% higher and anhydrous is 119% more expensive compared to last year. $MOS $NTR $CF $IPI $ADM

Fertilizer prices have more than doubled since last year. Limited supply of relevant minerals, high energy costs, high global demand and 2 European fertilizer plants closed. I don’t see it exploding history doesn’t repeat but it rhymes. So right now as economies open up and with food demand globally. And Russian sanctions I see big demand in this market. This is just my opinion. 10-34-0 is 49% more expensive, MAP is 53% higher, DAP is 68% more expensive, UAN28 is 83% higher, UAN32 is 89% more expensive, urea is 100% is higher, potash is 103% higher and anhydrous is 119% more expensive compared to last year. $MOS $NTR $CF $IPI $ADM

Unless MOS pumps $8 tomorrow my calls are dead... that's 4k. Unless NTR pumps $5 tomorrow my calls are dead... that's 4.8k. ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4267)

Mentions:#MOS#NTR

So... what happened to fertilizer and food stocks? MOS -9.5%, NTR -4.6%, CF -6.6%, BG -2.9%, ADM -2.4% today.

10-34-0 is 49% more expensive, MAP is 53% higher, DAP is 68% more expensive, UAN28 is 83% higher, UAN32 is 89% more expensive, urea is 100% is higher, potash is 103% higher and anhydrous is 119% more expensive compared to last year. $MOS $NTR $CF

10-34-0 is 49% more expensive, MAP is 53% higher, DAP is 68% more expensive, UAN28 is 83% higher, UAN32 is 89% more expensive, urea is 100% is higher, potash is 103% higher and anhydrous is 119% more expensive compared to last year. $MOS $NTR $CF

Look at NTR. It shot up quickly (had a catalyst too). Has been flat/slightly down for a little while now. Why will these go back up significantly?

Mentions:#NTR
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Nutrien (NTR-N) is a good one to own, but it's already had a run. I'm not sure now is a great time to buy given the current price.

Mentions:#NTR

$NTR Green every single day

Mentions:#NTR

MOS and NTR are good too, but IIRC they're more exposed to Canada and other non-potash fertilizers. Also MOS is about 17x as large as IPI, despite having a lower stock price. This means that the price will probably not move as much as IPI's will (as seen in their recent run ups). Obviously this also means that they're safer bets overall.

Mentions:#MOS#NTR#IPI

OP just wondering if you could give a quick opinion on IPI vs. MOS and NTR? it seems they will all benefit the same from this environment but for instance MOS is still the cheaper of the bunch and I find its 'performance' is relatively good lately but I have heard of IPI as well a bit

Mentions:#IPI#MOS#NTR

MOS and NTR going to dip overnight or at open tomorrow.

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Seems like this + Shanghai/China lockdowns + potential EU embargo of Russian oil + the war are driving oil and fertilizers up today. Holding and adding onto my MOS position for these reasons. Keeping an eye on CF, NTR(fertilizers) APA, and RRC(oil/energy) as well.

if there is a dip, get into it. I don't have a position because its options are illiquid, and the bid ask is wide. NTR, IPI, MOS are also good options.

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NTR is up 53% over 6 months (most of that in the last 3) that alone makes me take a step back.

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CF has a PB of over 7. WTF red flag. This is not cheap. Not saying it's not a buy, but WTF... MOS PFCF of over 35. Again WTF... NTR PFCF of over 50...

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Go MOS and NTR. I own both

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When I open my apple stock app, which says it grabs data from yahoo lists NTR p/e as 20.29... where does the difference from your 7 come from? I’m new to this stuff, so trying to learn.

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NTR, MOS and CF. Major fertilizer shortages. Russia/Belarus face sanctions and produce 1/3 of the world’s potash supply. These stocks have rallied but are only 7x consensus 2022E EPS. 10% cash flow fields. This fertilizer shortage is not going away anytime soon.

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Fertilizer gang is setting up for another run, but too much can happen over the long weekend (good or bad), so I'm not jumping in. MOS and NTR have good setups for more growth.

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all I did today was buy NTR and MOS. didn't do shit otherwise. Couldve made money in QQQ, but I was not gonna baby 0dtes today.

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NTR u slut green to red wtf

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I’ve made some very healthy gains with calls on IPI and MOS. I’ve been needing to buy some calls in NTR too.

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I have, I just wanted an excuse to mention NTR. MOS is another name to watch, up 134% YoY. It's planting season and there's about to be a worldwide fertilizer shortage.

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Actually it's Canada. NTR is the largest company by far, up 100% YoY.

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MOS, CF, IPI, NTR is what I'm in right now for fertilizer.

Sold my NTR calls a little early, left a little on the bone. Oh well still decent profit, time to scalp with some puts on the way down.

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NTR, we will always need fertilizer

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NTR is a decent one for fertiliser

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$MOS, $IPI, $NTR - Basically anything that deals in potash. Corn hoarding by GYNA due to the Ukraine war has really inflated potash, which is used in many fertilizers , thus these stocks have mooned.

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Thinking about getting some long dated calls on wheat related stocks, unsure if they still have enough upside though. Preliminarily looking at BG, AGRO, ADM, WEAT, and a couple small ones. Any other good stocks/etfs to look at in that realm? Already been trading fertilizer stocks MOS and NTR for decent profits. I'm also at almost 500mg caffeine for the day. Going to need to stock up before tomorrow because I'm an idiot.

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Fertilizers CF MOS NTR

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Been holding NTR calls for April 14th all week, it's finally pushing back up. Hope it moves a bit more so I can dump them before the weekend.

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Im holding NTR $90P May20. Easy money

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I'm up 50% YTD buying only fertilizer companies (MOS, CF, NTR, UAN, LXU).

My sweet baby NTR is dropping, calls are all for next week but what the hell.

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Best of luck making that back man. I’m hoping for a little more luck with NTR

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Best of luck making that back man. I’m hoping for a little more luck with NTR

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NTR ralliee while everything was going down big-time !

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Odds of NTR getting to 108 again?

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Fertilizer is on the move this quarter: UAN, MOS, LXU, IPI, IPL, CF, NTR.... pick one and run with it as part of your portfolio. RIG is intriguing as a relatively cheap play on oil with lots of upside, but it might not kick in until after the quarter has ended. Add in some SOXL below $35, maybe some TQQQ, and something like UPST Do you get to include dividends and distributions in your "most money" calculations? If so then seriously consider a position in UAN.

NTR is a good fertilizer play. May have already seen its run though

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No hangover and my MOS/NTR calls look safe, nice.

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I mean, yes and no. CarRamRod is completely correct that natural resource development plays second fiddle in Canada. You can explain it even more simply. Canada has about 40m people. Resource development primarily benefits the regional populations. The regions where almost all of the resources I mentioned(food fuel and food inputs) are in three provinces whose population makes up less then 20% of Canada. But as most Canadians see no benefit from those resources they are extremely risk averse when it comes to those. That includes shutting down billions of profit and royalties for a resource rich region under theoretical threat(climate change). And they’re small time. Those resources are critical to those regions but ultimately only impact most Canadians in a macro sense(ie the food and fuel they purchase retail). Consider that everyone is panicking about fertilizer. The primary fertilizer that goes from Ukr/Russia to Europe/Africa is potash. NTR can outproduce both countries. 4 weeks ago NTR was worth less then Rivian. Maker of several dozen trucks. Or oil. The value of car parts crossing the confederation bridge border crossing is significantly larger then the oil Canada produces. Anyways, if I was investing in nations I probably wouldn’t invest in Canada. But I am very bullish on investing in the TSX60/Canadian resource companies from the prairies. $$ talks, those resources are not locked out permanently. There’s money to be made.

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NTR calls baby.

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Nitrate is going to be key if US plants more corn than soybean. Rumors are we might invert to higher soybean than corn this year. It'll work short term but next year will be more corn and more N needed. UAN has trailing earnings, maybe look at mid cap. NTR rules the corn belt.

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I was looking at either MOS or NTR. Both sit at around x5 forward P/E. Both are big in potassium, but MOS has more exposure to phosphate, while NTR has more exposure to nitrate. I can't quite decide which one to pick. Exposure to nitrate is nice because of the shortage of natural gas in Europe, reducing production there. But they said on the MOS earnings call that China is clamping the phosphate supply hard, so that seems to have upside too. Maybe I should just put a bit in both.

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Yes. MOS UAN NTR. Gonna be high into next year as well with shortages and Nat Gas prices.

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Got rid of my NTR calls and MSFT puts. Up 2.4k, stop for the day? Nah fuck it.

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Nutrien, Ticker NTR

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