Think first. Hedge smarter.
We know for businesses that rely on fuel to run their fleet of vehicles and machines/equipment fuel price volatility is top of mind. In fact, a recent survey determined that over 90% of fleet owners/operators were concerned with the price of fuel and unsure how to manage that uncertainty.
We also know that there are few things more unpredictable than the price of fuel. Just when prices come down, they seemingly go right back up again, and visa versa. Angus Energy’s hedging advisory service helps companies manage fuel price volatility and the risks associated with extreme price swings.
You can rely on Angus Energy to eliminate that risk – and the uncertainty that goes along with it – giving you peace of mind, and a competitive edge.
Furthermore, we know that few things add greater stress and anxiety to those of you in the farming industry than weather and precipitation. Any weather and precipitation anomalies can have catastrophic consequences on your business leaving you feeling frustrated and somewhat helpless.
While Angus Energy cannont give you a crystal ball to predict the weather, we can provide protection from any kind of weather and any type of precipitation that is less than ideal for your business. The right mix of weather and precipitation hedges can protect you from anything that Mother Nature throws your way.
Angus Partners, LLC (“Angus Energy”) is a member of the National Futures Association and a registered Commodity Trading Advisor (CTA).
For information on our hedging products that protect your business from volatile fuel price spikes or price drops, as well as unpredictable weather that could impact your bottom line, please visit AngusTradingDesk.com
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