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Your Latest Commodity Forecast: May 2012 Set to Be a Record-Hot Month for Opportunity
EWI's brand-new, print-and-video Monthly Futures Junctures reveals the long-term pattern underway in 10 key commodity markets

By Nico Isaac
Fri, 27 Apr 2012 13:45:00 ET
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According to the National Weather Service, March 2012 was the most sweltering month since official tracking began in 1910. That was outside.

Inside the world's key commodity markets, according to EWI's chief commodity analyst and Futures Junctures Service editor Jeffrey Kennedy, the Elliott wave heat is about to set new records in May.

What's more, Jeffrey's brand-new Monthly Futures Junctures shows you the exact markets where the "warm fronts" should be coming, AND when they will converge to form the perfect heat wave of opportunity.
First is Monthly Futures Junctures "Featured Market" video. This 13+ minute streaming slide show gives Jeffrey all the room he needs to stretch out his written analysis of 3 "best-opportunity" markets: coffee, sugar, and soybeans.
The 13-minute video also gives you bonus Elliott-wave labeled charts and trading lessons, as well as late-breaking developments learned after the publication went to press. Here's a sneak preview:
Coffee: What you don't see is what you get. Here, Jeffrey tries an old, daring tactic on for size: He erases all of the Elliott wave labels from the quarterly chart of coffee in order to get a "fresh perspective" on the larger trend at hand. The results pay off big time with this crucial insight:
Over the last 40 years, one main precondition has led to a 2-part scenario: A short-lived advance followed by a sizable and time-consuming sell off.
Jeffrey then tells you whether the odds of that set-up forming now are as unlikely as the mainstream experts expect.
Sugar: Jeffrey can't hide his sweet spot for this market and says, "Price charts in sugar are very exciting for a number of reasons." Off the top are these:
  1. You can see an "ending diagonal" Elliott wave pattern on the monthly sugar chart. As Elliotticians know, ending diagonals often introduce "swift and sharp" moves.
  2. The quarterly sugar chart shows a "very, very large multi, multi-year [Elliott wave triangle]" nearing its end.
  3. The Elliott wave guideline pertaining to the price behavior following wave extensions provides a specific price target for London sugar “as we move into 2012, most likely 2013, and maybe even beyond."              
Soybeans: In March, corn and wheat turned down while soybeans soared. Jeffrey hones in on soybeans' rally from the 2008 bottom and writes:
            "It's a very clear and almost textbook example" of one kind of Elliott wave pattern:
  • If that pattern is contained by parallel lines, it indicates a bear market rally.
  • If that pattern unfolds in 5 waves, it signals a renewed bull trend.
Jeffrey then tells you which of the two Elliott wave patterns soybeans are in, and what the next bog move should be.
Believe it or not, that's just the beginning. What follows in print are 8 more pages of Jeffrey's "Wave Watch" section. There, you see 2 Elliott wave-labeled price charts for 10 commodities -- 20 Elliott wave charts total -- each with clearly marked trendlines, up/downside price targets, and bold arrows pointing prices in their next likely direction.
And don't forget the final, video-and-print "Traders Classroom" segment.
So, what are you waiting for? Get instant access to the entire story via an instant-access, risk-free Futures Junctures Service subscription.
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