10/30/14 AM Global wheat weather concerns help keep supportive bids under the wheat markets. Much of wheat's ascent comes on the back of corn, beans and meal's positive surge. Some marketers claim that this rally should be sold and futures could revisit lows as the holidays draw nigh. The recent rally has shredded most charts and inflicted considerable pain and suffering on the short side of the street. In some cases, fear has trumped bearish fundamentals and created a technical launching pad of unknown duration; a real tug of war. The 'index rolls' begin in a week from tomorrow. The next round of USDA S&D reports will be published on November 10th. SWW cash values reflect a small, but needy pipeline. So far, basis levels have hung in there; some wags warn of possible erosion. SWW protein levels require juggling/blending and premiums to suit off-shore contract obligations.