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Since 1990, Moore Research Center, Inc. has provided futures traders with keen historical research and seasonal analysis. Our company has concentrated its full efforts on researching the past so you, the futures trader, can probe deeper into the markets, hopefully aiming those trading guns at seasonal targets.

You'll find links on this page which will connect you to various staff members. Each offers a particular understanding of our products. Take a moment to read the short descriptive sketches. Once you've determined who might give you the information you need, send him a brief e-mail. You'll receive an answer to your question as soon as possible depending on our publication demands.

We must caution you MRCI does not make predictions, or in any way attempt to offer trading advice. Our company deals strictly with the past, with analysis, and understanding how correlations and patterns can guide you to a trade which might recreate its seasonal pattern. If you need research, charts, graphs, even an explanation of our services, we'll gladly help. However, no trade recommendations or advice can or will be given. Moore Research Center, Inc., has been registered as a Commodity Trading Advisor with and thus regulated by the National Futures Association, the futures industry's trade association and self-regulating body, since 1989.


Steve Moore - PresidentSteve Moore began trading in the early seventies with various firms in the Pacific Northwest. In the mid-eighties he set up a computer research facility for one of the major Chicago brokerage firms. In 1990 he took his ability to transpose and understand historical analysis through computer technology and made Moore Research Center, Inc. into a viable research tool for all traders. Steve has worked with among the finest in this industry, including Linda Bradford Raschke, and a host of futures brokerage firms. Steve is currently a full time futures & options trader. Steve will gladly answer questions regarding Moore Research Center's extensive line of research, and his past experiences in the market. Email Steve at: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


Nick Colley - Research DirectorNick Colley brings new ideas and concepts in computer analysis to the MRCI operations. A computer programmer who's pioneered an extensive line of software which captures market patterns, he's also been instrumental in introducing state-of-the-art technology. Nick will graciously answer questions involving high tech information, particularly those pertaining to research and development at MRCI. Don't hesitate in e-mailing Nick with questions about our website, or concepts and ideas you might have. He's always open to suggestions and comments. Email Nick at: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


Jerry Toepke - EditorThe current editor of the Moore Research Center, Jerry brings grass-roots common sense, coupled with twenty years as a broker and trader. He's not only farmed, thus giving him the ability to speak the agricultural language of the producer, but as editor of the publication, Jerry's knowledge of seasonal trading, makes him a multi-faceted answer man, especially with MRCI's line of seasonal publications. If you have a question dealing with any of the strategies listed in the monthly or historical reports, Jerry is your man. Email Jerry at: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


Melissa Moore - Operations ManagerMelissa Moore is the Operations Manager of Moore Research Center, coordinating all special research projects within the MRCI team as the public relations representative and also directly serving individual customers with their research needs. Melissa offers individual support to online customers through email and even personal phone tours - highlighting key features on our extensive website. Melissa is commited to serving both traditional customers and new traders alike. She'll gladly answer or help you find the answers to any questions about our research, products, or seasonal analysis concepts directly via phone or by email. Email Melissa at: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it



Mary Hatfield - Personal AssistantMary Hatfield is Steve's personal trading assistant. Email Mary at: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it



We look forward to your suggestions, comments, and ideas on MRCI's efforts to build one of the finest web sites aimed at futures traders. Please browse our SAMPLE pages, (under Free Links on the Sidebar) and if you like what you see or have any questions please contact us. We have, and always will, subscribe to the theory there is no such thing as a dumb question --- except the one left unasked. Futures trading is an art, one in which the valuable input of research firms like MRCI can help you in making the correct decision.

Don't hesitate to contact us. We need your help in helping us provide the best web site in the industry. Together, we can do it.

 

Last Updated on Friday, 30 August 2013 10:32  
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