Commodity Trader's Almanac 2010 (Almanac Investor Series) by Jeffrey A. Hirsch

By Jeffrey A. Hirsch

An necessary source for energetic investors from the Hirsch association and John individual. offers the simplest in funding info and statistics, within the related calendar structure because the relied on annual inventory Trader's Almanac. The Commodity Trader’s Almanac 2010 is your annual advisor to commodities buying and selling. even if you’re a pro investor or simply getting begun in commodities this important table reference is choked with severe commodity buying and selling seasonality traits, thoughts and information for each lively dealer. You get actionable info on particular shares, ETFs and extra! The 2010 edition's key gains comprise: a brand new Commodity Seasonality method Calendar increased recommendation on utilizing the COT document – Commodity investors’ "Inside Scoop" fresh directory of Commodity buying and selling specifications and comparable Securities to alternate Updates on Commodity Seasonalities New Trades and further info together with the S&P 500 and 30-year Bond Futures Case reviews on how those trades really labored final yr company Cycle research and buying and selling information for the present weather increased characteristic on Timing instruments with tips about using Candlesticks and Pivot issues to higher time seasonal trades ...and extra.

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To defer income, you call my brother-in-law Bill and buy a lot of feed. All the feed is deductible. Then you borrow on 17 SUPERMONEY the feed to buy the steers—the interest is deductible—and while the steers chomp away at the feed, getting fatter, you cross January 1 and into another year, when the sold steers return as income. There is, of course, a problem in addition to the income returning: the grain is real and the steers are real and they do not always get fat on schedule, and the prices at which they are sold go up and down.

Take the commissions. I was watching a stock called Data Lease Financial. It used to sell at twenty-nine, so when it got to two, I figured, How low can it go, and I bought two hundred shares. They charged me a twenty-one-dollar commission for the two hundred, a four-hundred-dollar order. And I guess another twenty-one dollars to sell. That’s more than ten percent in commissions. What the hell, the track is only seventeen percent and that at least goes to the government, the track is gambling, sort of socially disapproved, and the market is getting up near the track.

The Investment Company Institute can tell us whether, on balance, mutual funds are being bought or sold; the Federal Reserve can tell us whether there are minus signs on lines 30 and 31 of its Flow of Funds computer print-out (mutual funds and “other corp. shares”), and even where some of the money might be going, perhaps bonds (line 27), savings accounts at commercial banks (line 22), or savings and loans (line 23). (For your very own Flow of Funds print-out, a little more up-to-date, you can ask the same people I do, the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System of the United States, Constitution Ave.

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