Cyclic analysis in futures trading: contemporary methods and procedures

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Wiley, Apr 8, 1988 - Business & Economics - 295 pages
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What reviewers say about Jake Bernstein’s other books on profitable investing… The Handbook of Commodity Cycles A Window on Time "If there’s a secret to the market, I believe it can be found in these pages…In my judgment, this is the most important addition to commodity literature in recent years. It is destined to become a classic." —Fred Colton, Commodity Outlook The Investor’s Quotient The Psychology of Successful Investing in Commodities and Stocks "This book is a welcome breath of fresh air in what has been a too-long avoided subject—the psychological reasons why some people win and most others lose in the commodity market. More than that, Jake Bernstein proves in this book he is an excellent teacher, and clearly and candidly shows how greater knowledge of yourself can become your most effective trading tool. It’s a must for every trader’s library." —Leon Rose, Publisher Futures Industry Newsletter and Managed Account Reports Beyond the Investor’s Quotient The Psychology of Successful Investing in Commodities and Stocks "Jake Bernstein is one of the best at putting together the emotions and mechanics of trading…a must for all traders." —Futures Magazin

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Characteristics Anatomy and Phases
Examining Some LongTerm Cycles

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About the author (1988)

About the author JACOB BERNSTEIN is president of MBH Commodity Advisors, Inc., of Winnetka, Illinois. Publisher of the MBH Weekly Commodity Letter, he is a frequent lecturer and contributor to professional publications and the author of numerous books on futures trading, commodity cycles, and seasonal trends, including The Handbook of Commodity Cycles, How to Profit from Seasonal Commodity Spreads, How to Profit in Precious Metals, The Investor’s Quotient, Beyond the Investor’s Quotient, Facts on Futures, and Short Term Trader’s Manual.

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