November MRCI Seasonals

November MRCI seasonal soybean and gold/platinum spread trades for November.

Moore Research allows RJ O’Brien to forward one seasonal trade and one seasonal spread to our IB network on a monthly basis.

 

November 2016 Seasonal Trade:

Buy July Soybeans (CBOT) – SN7 from 11/16-12/28 profitable 14 of 15 years with an average profit of $1978

 

November 2016 Seasonal Spread:

Buy 2 Apr Platinum (NYMEX) – PLJ7

Sell Apr Gold (CMX) – GCJ7 from 11/26-1/26 profitable 13 of 15 years with an average profit of $5658

 

 

 

Seasonal tendencies are a composite of some of the most consistent commodity futures seasonals that have occurred in the past several years.  There are usually underlying, fundamental circumstances that occur annually that tend to cause the futures markets to react in similar directional manner during a certain calendar year even if a seasonal tendency occurs in the futures, it may not result in a profitable transaction as fees and the timing of the entry and liquidation may impact on the results. No representation is being made that any account has in the past, or will in the futures, achieve profits using these recommendations. No representation is being made that price patterns will recur in the future.

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