1. Get Analysis of Commodities From One of the World’s Foremost Elliott Wave Experts
Jeffrey Kennedy is a senior financial analyst here at Elliott
Wave International with more than 15 years of experience as
both an analyst and trader. He writes and edits Futures
, EWI's premier commodity forecasting package
that includes Daily Futures Junctures
. He has also been published in Technical
; Stocks, Futures and Options Magazine
and Trader’s World
In addition to analyzing and writing about commodity markets, Jeffrey speaks at international technical analysis conferences and teaches seminars for EWI on how to spot trading opportunities using the Wave Principle.
2. Immediate Access to the 3-Part Video Series "Jeffrey Kennedy Unedited"
Jeffrey Kennedy answers subscriber questions in a 3-part, 3-hour video series. In it, you get a rare behind-the-scenes look into how he goes from hand-drawing Elliott wave labels on a price chart to hand-picking high-probability trade set-ups.
Get a first-hand look at the mechanics behind his analytical approach, and the tips and tools that will help you to identify your own high-potential trade setups. Plus, Kennedy also walks you through what he calls a "trader's dream": his big picture commodity opportunities for 2012.
3. Gain Access to Three Essential Market Tools
Jeffrey Kennedy provides a comprehensive outlook, utilizing the following tools in addition to his central Elliott wave analysis:
, the Commitments of Traders in Commodity Futures report, which is published by the Commodity Futures and Trading Commission (CFTC), breaks down open interest in major futures markets into three crowds: Commercials, Large Speculators and Small Traders. As a compilation of traders' behavior and a proven measure of crowd psychology in futures markets, the COT report is an essential tool in market analysis.
, The Daily Sentiment Index, is a contrary opinion indicator that measures the bullishness of nonprofessionals who speculate on futures. DSI reflects the opinions of small retail traders who are most likely to be wrong at market turning points. That's because small traders are usually the most bullish at a market top and the most bearish at a market bottom. By examining small trader sentiment, Jeffrey can arrive at a useful measure of contrary opinion.
4. Instantly Download Trader’s Classroom Collections:
Volume I & II
Four years in the making, these valuable trader resources feature 128 pages and 23 chapters filled with valuable tips and techniques to help you identify turns and trends in the markets. Jeffrey designed each book to help you improve both your trading skills and understanding of Elliott wave analysis through real-world examples and techniques he uses every day. As Jeffrey says, he created these invaluable lessons to “provide simple explanations of methods that consistently work.” Valued at $99, you can instantly download both volumes for free as soon as you start your subscription.