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Trading Review focuses on educating Commodity Futures Traders on long-term trends in the Commodity Markets. It is important to understand where a Commodity Market is from an historical perspective. For example Soybean futures rarely hit $10 per bushel and stay there, so it is normally a good time to think about selling soybean futures and options once it nears that level.

Trading Review highlights several opportunities of historical extreme prices in the Commodity Markets. These commodity trade setups should educate you when similar events happen in the future. There is usually some type of event and / or panic that causes commodity markets to move to extreme levels. We like to keep a rational head an profit from these trades as we know the markets will eventually calm and the price of the commodity will return to a more normal level.

Crude 1990

Crude 1999

Live Cattle Dec 2003

Corn 1996

Cotton 1995

Dollar Index

Dow Jones Long-Term

Gold 1980

Dow 1987 Crash



Orange Juice

Silver 1980

Soybeans in "Teens"

Sugar 1974

Sugar 1999

Yen 1995

Wheat 1996

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