Trading Lumber futures can be a very volatile affair. Lumber is considered one of the less liquid markets and therefore, subject
to many volatile and unpredicted short-term swings. For the longer-term, however, Lumber has demonstrated a tendancy to peak out
around the 450 level. A very sharp sell-off typically occurs after lumber reaches 450. Even this year(2004) with the construction
market very strong, lumber topped 450 and abruptly dropped below 300.
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