I don't think it's unfair to ask if Monsanto (NYSE:MON) is running out of rabbits to pull out of its hat to satisfy the notoriously short-term attention spans of the Street. The Brazilian launch of Intacta has gone well, the company's Climate Corp offerings are off to a good start, the company maintains an impressive lead in trait development, and has multiple long-term opportunities like dual-stack soybeans, microbials, and biocides. Yet, the company no longer posts big quarterly beats and expectations for next year have come down due in part to weaker fundamentals in the corn market.
I believe it's a matter of perspective. For long-term investors, I don't think there's a better ag company out there, and...
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