Seasonal Sector Trades: 2014 Q2 Strategies

Seasonal Sector Trades: 2014 Q2 Strategies

by Jeffrey A. Hirsch, John L. Person

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ISBN-13: 9781118925423
Publisher: Wiley
Publication date: 04/25/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 40
File size: 31 MB
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About the Author

Jeff Hirsch is chief market strategist of the Magnet AE Fund, President of the Hirsch Organization and Editor-in-Chief of the Stock Trader's Almanac. He's worked with Stock Trader's Almanac founder Yale Hirsch for over 20 years, taking over in 2001. He appears frequently on CNBC, CNN, Bloomberg, FOX Business, and many other national and international media outlets to discuss market cycles, seasonality, trade patterns and predictions, and historical trends. He also edits the firm's digital service, Almanac Investor, a subscription product that provides market analysis, investment recommendations, market data, and research tools.

John L. Person is a thirty-two-year veteran of the trading industry, having worked as a floor trader, broker, analyst, and founder of NationalFutures.com, an online education site. He developed the Person Pivots (PPS) and other technical indicators that are on several companies' popular trading platforms, including TDAmeritrade, TradeStation, Open E Cry, NinjaTrader,Tradesignal, and Trade Navigator. Person has taught thousands of traders including members of the largest exchanges, and frequently speaks at industry conferences. He is the author of three nationally and internationally popular trading books as well as three trading courses and a DVD seminar series. Person's latest book, Commodity Trader's Almanac, is the authoritative guide to trading the seasonal aspects of the commodity markets and the correlated ETFs and stocks of those markets.

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