Commodity Trader's Almanac 2007

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Overview

Knowledge of the past and awareness of the present are essential if you intend on successfully navigating the commodities markets. To make the most of your time in these markets--whether you're trading or hedging--you need the invaluable insights that can only be found in the inaugural edition of the Commodity Trader's Almanac.

Organized in an easy-to-access calendar format based on the bestselling Stock Trader's Almanac, The Commodity Trader's Almanac 2007:
* Highlights important market-based data and informs you of different market tendencies
* Alerts you to both seasonal opportunities and dangers
* Provides monthly and daily reminders
* Furnishes a historical viewpoint by providing pertinent statistics on past market performance as well as the supply/demand trends that create them

Filled with a wealth of information regarding a number of different commodities--from crude oil and coffee to sugar and gold--The Commodity Trader's Almanac 2007 will help you locate potentially beneficial market opportunities throughout the course of the year.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780471792192
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 11/6/2006
  • Series: Almanac Investor Series , #16
  • Edition description: SPIRAL
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 194
  • Product dimensions: 6.70 (w) x 9.40 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

SCOTT W. BARRIE is a former Chicago Futures Exchange member and has done consulting work for major banks, brokerages, clearinghouses, and commodity pool operators in the area of risk management and market research. A former data coordinator for the Hirsch Organization, Barrie was instrumental in designing and automating the statistics in the Stock Trader's Almanac. He has written numerous articles for Stocks & Commodities, Active Trader, and Futures magazines.

JEFFREY A. HIRSCH is Editor in Chief of the perennially popular Stock Trader's Almanac and Almanac Investor newsletter. He has continued the tradition of Yale Hirsch, the founder, and regularly appears on CNBC, CNN, Fox News, and Bloomberg.

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Table of Contents

2007 Strategy Calendar.

January Almanac.

New Year Weakness Creates Bargains in Crude Oil.

Fade January Rallies in March CBOT What.

A Tale of Two Demand Structures: Platinum vs. Gold in the 1st Quarter.

February Almanac.

The Fabled February Break in Winter Wheat.

Winter Kill Causes KCBT Wheat Gains relative to CBOT Wheat.

Win, Place, or Show: Commodity Speculating Using Spreads

March Almanac.

Arrival of Spring Lifts Natural Gas in March.

March Beef barometer: March's Cattle Trend Continues in April.

Don’t Buy Corn in March: Planting Premiums are Often Overdone.

April Almanac.

April Corn Breaks.

Unleaded Gasoline Gains in 2nd Half of April both Absolutely and Relatively.

Commodity Seasonality Percentage Plays.

Money makes the world go Round as Well as the Commodity Markets.

May Almanac.

Sugar may be Sweet Following April Breaks.

Harvest Breaks in Wheat Continue.

Sugar's May Trend Continues Throughout June.

June Almanac.

Coffee Crashes in June.

June Breaks in Crude Oil Create Bargains.

Insider Information for Commodities, the Commitment of traders Report.

July Almanac.

Beware of Post Pollination Highs in Soybeans.

Summers Heat Up Heating Oil Absolutely and Relatively.

Price patterns made Simple and Logical.

The July Reverse Barometer in Soybeans.

August Almanac.

Watch for August Weakness in Silver Especially During Bearish Trends.

August Rallies in Corn Should Be Sold.

If Gold Glitters in August, it may Well Become More Precious.

September Almanac.

September Through Holiday Season Bullish for Gold.

The September Slammer and Cocoa Harvest Pressures.

September Bulls are Slaughtered During October in the Hog market.

Walking the Walk and Talking the Talk: Understanding Livestock Vernacular.

October Almanac.

September Cocoa Rallies Slammed in October.

October Performance Sets the Trend in Gold.

October Sugar Trends Set Tone for Rest of Year.

November Almanac.

Placements and Transportation make Beef Bullish into February.

November Trends Continue in December in Crude Oil.

Spring Hogs Rule Supreme: April Hogs Gain Absolutely and Relatively.

December Almanac.

Year-End Trend in Hogs Reversed in January.

December Cattle rallies continue their Bullish Trend in January.

Contract Expirations by Commodity.

2008 Strategy Calendar.

Standards of Weight and Measure.

Understanding Commodity Quotes.

Reading Widely Traded Contract tables.

Dual Demand Structure of Crude Oil Drives Prices.

Crude Oil Future Market Probability Calendar for 2007.

Crude Oil Widely Traded Contract Monthly Settlements.

Crude Oil Widely Traded Contract Monthly Changes.

Crude Oil Widely Traded Contract Performance.

Buy the Rumor/Sell the Fact: Anticipation of Consumer Demand Drives Natural Gas.

Natural Gas Futures Market Probability Calendar for 2007.

Natural Gas Widely Traded Contract Monthly Settlements.

Natural Gas Widely Traded Contract Monthly Changes.

Natural gas Widely Traded Contract Performance.

Beat the Rush: Buy Gold in August ahead of the Holliday Shopping Season.

Gold Futures Market Probability Calendar for 2007.

Gold Widely Traded Contract Monthly Settlements.

Gold Widely Traded Contract Monthly Changes.

Gold Widely Traded Contract Performance.

Silver Benefits from Jewelry as well as Industrial Usage.

Silver Futures market Probability Calendar for 2007.

Silver Widely Traded Contract Monthly Settlements.

Silver Widely Traded Contract Monthly Changes.

Silver Widely Traded Contract Performance.

Planting, Pollination, and Harvest! The Three Destructions of Soybeans.

Soybeans Futures market Probability Calendar for 2007.

Soybeans Widely Traded Contract Monthly Settlements.

Soybeans Widely Traded Contract Monthly Changes.

Soybeans Widely Traded Contract Performance.

Winter Wheat Risk Premiums.

CBOT Wheat Futures Market Probability Calendar for 2007.

CBOT Wheat Widely Traded Contract Monthly Settlements.

CBOT Wheat Widely Traded Contract Monthly Changes.

CBOT Wheat Widely Traded Contract Performance.

The Three Destructions and Corn Pricing.

Corn Futures Market Probability Calendar for 2007.

Corn Widely Traded Contract Monthly Settlements.

Corn Widely Traded Contract Monthly Changes.

Corn Widely Traded Contract Performance.

Understanding Placements and Slaughter Patterns is Critical in the Cattle Market.

Live Cattle Futures Market Probability Calendar for 2007.

Live Cattle Widely Traded Contract Monthly Settlements.

Live Cattle Widely Traded Contract Monthly Changes.

Live Cattle Widely Traded Contract Performance.

Slaughter Patterns set Prices in Hog Futures.

Lean Hogs Futures Market Probability Calendar for 2007.

Lean Hogs Widely Traded Contract Monthly Settlements.

Lean Hogs Widely Traded Contract Monthly Changes.

Lean Hogs Widely Traded Contract Performance.

Coffee Consumption and Production Risks.

Coffee Futures Market Probability Calendar for 2007.

Coffee Widely Traded Contract Monthly Settlements.

Coffee Widely Traded Contract Monthly Changes.

Coffee Widely Traded Contract Performance.

Sugar is Especially Sweet at the end of the Year.

Sugar Futures Market Probability Calendar for 2007.

Sugar Widely Traded Contract Monthly Settlements.

Sugar Widely Traded Contract Monthly Changes.

Sugar Widely Traded Contract Performance.

Dual Crops Weigh on Prices most of the Year.

Cocoa Futures Market Probability Calendar for 2007.

Cocoa Widely Traded Contract Monthly Settlements.

Cocoa Widely Traded Contract Monthly Changes.

Cocoa Widely Traded Contract Performance.

Widely Traded Commodity Futures Contract Specifications.

G.M. Loeb’s “battle Plan” for Speculative Survival.

G.M. Loeb’s Investment Survival Checklist.

Short-Term Transactions.

Top Commodity Web Sites.

Important Contacts.

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