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Weekly Strategy Review

This was a quiet week for our trading in spite of the explosive moves created by the Fed. Those brave souls willing to take currency positions ahead of the announcement based on our Discretionary COT Signals were handsomely rewarded as our COT Sell Signal in the U.S. Dollar Index was sent out before 10pm on the 17th.

Our focus took a macro view as we attempt to assimilate contradicting indicators into a general thesis upon which to base our long-term trading. We found, “Hidden Strength in the S&P 500,” in our piece for Equities.com. Once again, ahead of the Fed’s announcement.

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Weekly Commodity Strategy Review

This was a busy week. We began on Monday with an exclusive follow up on last week’s “Equity Rally Waves a Caution Flag”, for TraderPlanet in, “Commercial Traders Turn Negative Towards Equity Rally” which focused specifically on the Dow.

Tuesday, our attention turned to the unleaded gas market in “COT Sell Signal in Unleaded Futures” for Equities.com. This piece argued that bearish fundamentals would outweigh seasonal strength.

Meanwhile, our main piece for the week focused on, “Copper Traders Bailing Out of Record Position.” Specifically, what was going on with the record commercial net long position in the face of a market that appears to be rolling over.

Finally, the equity curve for our commercial live cattle trading program has been updated to show its recent success.

Commercial Live Cattle Program

Our Commitment of Traders live cattle trading program continues to excel having won 5 out of its last 7 trades. Furthermore, it looks like the current trade could be another big winner!

This is one of 33 completely mechanical programs whose instructions we deliver by email, nightly.

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Recent performance of mechanical live cattle trading system based on following the commercial long hedgers’ actions in the futures market.

Once registered, you have access to all 33 which can be combined as you choose on our site to compile an equity curve that meets your trading needs.

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