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Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Inflation / Deflation Indicator by MarketClub

I am very inclined to agree with Adam Hewison who released an excellent video of how to better fight inflation with less risk. Listen to what Adam has to share on this important topic.
MarketClub Trader’s Blog

One of my favorite indicators for large cyclic trends has accurately forecasted every inflationary and deflationary cycle since it was created in 1957.

You may want to watch this index carefully should you want to invest in certain stocks and commodity related markets. Over the last half-century, this index has seen some remarkable moves both on the downside and in the last few months on the upside. I believe that this is the indicator that everyone should watch. If you trade stocks or futures and are interested in world trade trends, this is the indicator to track.

Video link to new video and forecast on next page.

The tenth revision of this index renamed it the Reuters-Jefferies CRB Index (NYBOT_CR) You can easily track this indicator everyday using MarketClub. You can learn more about this index from our Trader's Blog.

Here is a list of the 19 markets that are included in the RJ/CRB index as implemented in the 2005 revision:

Metals: aluminum, copper, gold, nickel, silver
Energies: crude oil, heating oil, natural gas, unleaded gas
Grains: corn, soybeans, wheat
Food & Fiber: cocoa, coffee, cotton, orange juice, sugar
Livestock: lean hogs, live cattle

Take a few minutes to watch this short video and see how you can benefit from this indicator. There is no fee and there is no registration required.
The video is free to watch and there is no need to register. I would love to get your feedback about this video on our blog.

All the best,

Adam Hewison
President, INO.com
Co-creator, MarketClub

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