Bernstein, Jake


Improving Your Odds with Seasonality & Spreads



Thursday, June 30, 2016 14:30 MDT » 16:30 EDT

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Detailed Agenda:

During this webinar, Jake Bernstein will address two areas that can be explored for improving your trading odds:


Jake has pioneered numerous technical, cyclical and seasonal methodologies in the futures markets including: Key-Date Seasonal Analysis, The MA Channel Method, Market Patterns, Short-Term and Intermediate-Term Trading Methods, The Critical Time of Day and the 30-Minute Breakout Methods, The Power Momentum & Advanced Power Momentum Manual, MOM/MA (Momentum Moving Average), The Daily Sentiment Index, Seasonal key dates, Cycles, and much more!


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. Jake Bernstein explains the seasonal characteristics of commodity spreads and shows how you can use them to tilt the trading odds in your favor.

About Our Speaker

Jake Bernstein is an internationally recognized futures analyst, trader and author. He has written more than 45 books, numerous research studies and newsletters on futures trading, stock trading, trader psychology & economic forecasting.

Spanning almost 50 years years in virtually every market climate Jake's work has been used by top traders globally, for high probability and 100% objective trading information.

Mr. Bernstein is publisher of Jake Bernstein's Weekly Futures Trading Letter, currently the Jake Bernstein Weekly Capital Markets Report and Analysis, which has been in continuous weekly publication since 1972.

He began trading futures and stocks in 1968. Jake has appeared frequently on radio and television throughout the world.

Articles: by Jake Bernstein have appeared in Futures Magazine, Money Maker, Stocks and  Commodities, Barron's Financial Weekly, FarmFutures, and other leading financial publications.

Speaker's Contact Info

Phone: 831.430.0600


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