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The DAILY TECHNICAL OVERVIEW publications by John Helms survey the most actively traded U.S. and European futures markets. The focus of the reports is geared to a retail broker or trader, seeking a general summary and interpretation of long/short-term technical trends and developments. Mr. Helms specializes in price pattern analysis, recognition of trend turning levels and relational price targets for developing trends.
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This is Jake Bernstein's "flagship" research offering valued at $895 and the most popular of his products among futures traders. One of the oldest and most established commodity newsletters, In print since 1972, the MBH Weekly Commodity Trading Letter provides n depth analysis of the commodity markets including a comprehensive guide to trends, timing, cycles, and seasonals. The newsletter also contains specific, easy to follow trade recommendations. All of this is offered absolutely free to Vision customers.
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A combination of daily and weekly research commentary and trend analysis bolstered by a mid-week update on market conditions. If you are looking for trading opportunities across a variety of sectors, Chuck Kespert’s many years of experience providing research to some of the world’s largest banks and brokerages may be just what you are looking for.
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