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4 Commodities Ripe for Opportunity -- NOW
Trading commodities is tough business. We get it.
It's hard enough to spot a good setup -- harder still to time the moment to pull the trigger.
Our Senior Commodity Analyst, Jeffrey Kennedy, can help you do both.
He's spent 25+ years teaching traders how to spot ripe opportunities and approach trades with confidence.
Right now, he's alerting readers to setups in 4 popular commodity markets with big potential. Here's what all 4 have in common:
Each market has seen its prices plummet in 2018.
Hard selling often leads to fast bottoms... will that be the case here?
This free resource gives you answers.
Inside, Kennedy first shows you why he was able to alert subscribers to price drops in all 4 markets well in advance.
Then, he shows you why he's alerting traders again -- right now -- to new potential opportunities in each of the 4 commodities.
See it for yourself, now -- free.
Our promise to you: After this experience, you'll see commodities with more clarity and predictability than ever before.
You'll walk away with an "aha" you can apply to any market.
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Meet Your Instructor
Jeffrey Kennedy Chief Commodity Analyst
Jeffrey Kennedy, MSTA, CFTe, CMT, CEWA-M, is Chief Commodity Analyst at Elliott Wave International (EWI), with 25-plus years of experience as an analyst, trader and teacher. He writes Commodity Junctures, EWI's premier commodity forecasting package that focuses on Elliott wave analysis of the commodity markets. He also produces Trader's Classroom, an educational service that shows how to spot trading opportunities with wave analysis and supporting technical methods. In 2014, he achieved the title of a Chartered Market Technician, certifying his proficiency in multiple technical analysis tools. Subscribers and students always tell us how committed he is to empowering them to achieve trading success.