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Book about Seasonality and Market Cycles?

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is there a definitive book about seasonality in commodities?

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Search for "Commodity Trader's Almanac 2012"

It's quite nice and you can get a good intro into seasonality.

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Hello,

is there a definitive book about seasonality in commodities?

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Tons of analysis and details in this "book" of a thread:

https://futures.io/elite-circle/5242-intraday-seasonality-volatility-when-trade-when-not-trade.html

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Thank you....both books have an tremendous content of information..... :-))

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Unfortunately is the thread only for Elite members..........good anyway

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Hello,

is there a definitive book about seasonality in commodities?

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Not sure on books, but there is a report done by the Moore Research Center each year that you can buy. It's called the 2012 Market Seasonal Pattern Report - Moore Research Center, Inc. They seem to do a lot of work on seasonal patterns.

Or alternatively, if you Google "MRCI Market Seasonal Patterns Report" you can find a free pdf of the Seasonal Pattern Report report from 2008 which shouldn't be too different to today's seasonal patterns.

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