Originally from Wisconsin, Karl spent 25 years at MaxYield Cooperative in Iowa with 20 of these spent in Risk Management. Karl was the Trading Principal for North Central Agri Services, a wholly owned subsidiary of MaxYield. Karl worked closely with risk management groups (including AgriVisor) or both elevator and farm clients. In August 2018, Karl relocated to Michigan to set up risk management programs for Citizens LLC, a grain elevator based in Charlotte, MI. Karl has a syndicated market news column published daily around the globe and is a regular contributor to Dow Jones News, Bloomberg, Reuters, and other publications. Karl is also an arbitrator with the NGFA and has his Series 3.
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