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Jake Bernstein's Seasonal Futures Spreads: High-Probability Seasonal Spreads for Futures Traders

ISBN-13: 978-0471502142
ISBN-10: 0471502146
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A completely revised edition of Berstein's 1983 book, How to Profit from Seasonal Commodity Spreads, updated for the 1990s. While retaining the sharp coverage of traditional commodities that made the first edition so popular, the 1990 edition covers seasonal patterns in interest rate, foreign currency, and stock-index futures. Describes how to devise and implement a year-round trading strategy based strictly on seasonal patterns.

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As speculative vehicles, spreads are frequently ignored by futures traders and investors, although they typically have higher reliability than net positions in the futures markets. This book explains the seasonal characteristics of commodity spreads and shows how you can use them to tilt the trading odds in your favor. The composite seasonal spread charts alone are well worth the price of this outstanding book! Jake Bernstein’s Seasonal Futures Spreads is a completely updated and revised version of Jake Bernstein’s 1983 bestselling How to Profit from Seasonal Commodity Spreads. Sharpening and developing his classic coverage of the traditional commodities, Bernstein has now added coverage of seasonal patterns in interest rotes, foreign currency, and stock index futures. You’ll also find a chapter on how a year-round trading strategy based strictly on seasonal patterns may be devised and implemented. You’ll learn:

  • The basics of spreading and seasonals
  • How to use seasonal composite spread charts
  • Grain market spreads—including soybean, wheat, corn, and oat spreads
  • Livestock spreads—including live cattle, pork bellies, and live hog spreads
  • Metals spreads—including copper, gold, and platinum spreads
  • Fiber, food, and wood spreads—including cotton, lumber, coffee, cocoa, orange, and sugar spreads
  • Financial spreads—including foreign currencies and interest rate futures
After studying the many spreads outlined in this book, you’ll realize that there are no spreads with 100% profit probability in any market However, by learning your history lessons on spread seasonals contained in this unique book, you can tilt the odds of success decidedly in your favor.

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