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Market Trends for May 2017

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May 17th will be remembered by trend following investors, for the simple reason that it was one of those painful days where trends reversed as a group…with nowhere to hide for trend based strategies.

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Market Trends for April 2017

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Trend Followers looks to Cattle and Politics to create new opportunities…which may last in to the summer…

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Market Trends for March 2017

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The winners in 2016 continue their slide in early 2017..as trend followers put in a solid month…

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Market Trends for February 2017

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The winners in 2016 continue their slide in early 2017..as trend followers put in a solid month…

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Market Trends for January 2017

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The winners in 2016 take a hit in early 2017..but its not all bad news…

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Market Trends for December 2016

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what happened during 2016 in one of the big market sectors, could turn out to be very significant for investors going forward…

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Market Trends for November 2016

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It did not take long for the 45th President of the United States to have a major effect on the world’s financial and commodity markets…

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Market Trends for October 2016

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It wasn’t just Halloween that scared investors in the month of October. News of economic strength increased expectations of central bank actions to raise interest rates and drove bond futures down throughout the month.

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Market Trends for September 2016

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It turned out that the Trend Barometer managed to pick the low point to perfection, and performance of many trend followers started to stabilize in the days following this low point, which not surprisingly coincided with the FED and ECB officials being active on the airwaves.

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Market Trends for August 2016

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The month of August kept its recent reputation of trend-less markets. In fact, August has in 4 of the last 5 years proven to be rather lack-luster when it comes to trends and trend following performance. So no surprise there!

Neither did Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen drop any surprises in her August speech and so now we wait for the September meeting with anticipation…but let’s not forget that despite the repeated intentions to raise rates, officials have skipped a hike at all five meetings this year.

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