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Alan Kluis has been a commodity advisor and broker since 1976. He is president and managing partner of Kluis Commodities in Wayzata, Minnesota.
Alan is an introducing broker with R.J.O'Brien. Alan is also a writer. He writes a column, Your Profit, which appears in every issue of Successful Farming magazine. Before that, Al was an expert columnist for Corn and Soybean Digest for 13 years; the magazine featured his Marketing Strategies column in every issue. Alan has published two books on commodities trading. His co-author on the first book, Loren Kruse, is now Editor-in-Chief of Successful Farming magazine.
Alan is commonly quoted in major publications including the Wall Street Journal, and is a featured speaker at commodity conferences nationwide. He is a frequent market analyst for the Linder Farm Radio News Network. Alan was co-author of the weekly AgInvestor Newsletter for 12 years, and is now the author of new weekly commodity advisory newsletter, The Al Kluis Report
Enroll in our more traditional winter marketing school to meet your instructors one-on-one, as well as fellow farmers from around the country. Come to Wayzata, Minnesota for the opening and closing weekend sessions of our winter marketing school. In between, you'll have live weekly webinars with our instructors, plus homework and quizzes. In the closing session, experience a mock trading session, and enjoy visiting with the new friends you have made from around the country. Schedule: January to March 2016.
Enroll in Kluis U to study our grain marketing curriculum entirely on your own schedule. Dive into our self-paced marketing school, any time of the year, without leaving your farm. Schedule: Year One sessions will be launched in October 2015.