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MRCI Hypothetical Results & Equity Graphs

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1. Is there away to get the list of Seasonal Trades and Spreads for PAST months not posted?

Unfortunately, we can only keep a few months of previous months trading strategies on our website: http://www.mrci.com/web/mrci-online/280.html

We found that too many people were taking advantage of prior posts to copy and keep them but then let their subscriptions lapse --- thereby cheapening the value of your subscription and those of others. We apologize --- it is unfortunate that sometimes the many have to pay for the sins of the few.

Perhaps of special interest to you, our Seasonal Portfolio Review's shows all the closed out trades over the past 30-days from MRCI ONLINE.

To view actual trade prices and open equity further back than 30-days, you can custom order our "historical" Seasonal Portfolio Reviews. Your order can include as far back as you wish of our Seasonal Portfolio Review, (for spreads and outrights). The cost for subscribers is $200 for each full year of history for both spreads and outrights or just $100 for your choice. Available via Email in Excel or HTML format. To order: Simply contact us via email ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ) or phone (541) 933-5340 with your order. To expedite your order, please make sure your request is as specific as possible. Please note: there will NOT be any active links in your custom order. Your order will only show the data that is shown in the examples below.

View SAMPLE Custom Orders here:

Please also visit....

  1. MRCI Monthly Trades Equity Graphs
  2. Jerry's Weekly Spread Commentary Equity Graphs
  3. 2015 Hypothetical Seasonal Results by Complex


2. Do you have equity graphs for various futures groups? IE grains, energies, softs, treasuries, meats, etc.?

The only kind of "grouping" that we have done is in our Hypothetical Seasonal Results by Complex Report.

We also have (15) historical Hypothetical Seasonal Results by Complex Reports available to order for just $24 per report or $249 for all 15! (Emailed to you & in PDF format.)

We have these 15 reports available....

1. 1997-Oct 1999 results are published in our December 1999 issue- does not include spreads

2. 2000 results are published in in the March 2001 issue - does not include spreads

3. 2001 & 2002 results are published in the March 2003 issue - does not include spreads

4. 2003 results are published in the March 2004 issue- *Spreads are now included in this report & every report thereafter.

5. 2004 results are published in the March 2005 issue *Weekly Spread Commentary results are now included in this report & every report thereafter.

6. 2005 results are published in the March 2006 issue

7.2006 results are published in the March 2007 issue

8. 2007 results are published in the March 2008 issue

9. 2008 results are published in the April 2009 issue

10. 2009 results are published in the April 2010 issue

11. 2010 results are published in the April 2011 issue

12. 2011 results were published in the March 2012 issue

13. 2012 results were published in the April 2013 issue

14. 2013 results were published in the April 2014 Monthly Report issue

15. 2014 results were published in the April 2015 Monthly Report issue

16. 2015 results were published in the April 2016 Monthly Report issue

17. 2016 results were published in the April 2017 Monthly Report issue & are available for free on our website until they are replaced with the 2017 results in March of 2018: http://www.mrci.com/results/mrci2016results.pdf

 

3. What is the difference between graphs on your PDF versions of your MRCI Monthly Trades Equity Graphs?

Of the four charts, two are equity curves for seasonal futures (outright long or short) strategies and two for seasonal spread strategies.  The first of those four charts is a five-year look at seasonal futures 2006-current and the third for seasonal futures1989-current (we first began publishing strategies for the public in July 1989).  We track seasonal futures strategies with NO STOPS --- for various reasons we just let them run to their natural exit to show people how they performed through thick 'n thin.

The second of the four charts looks at the five-year history of seasonal spread strategies WITH STOPS as published and the fourth is a look at the performance of those spread strategies 1990-current (we did not begin publishing spread strategies until then).  We always publish and track our spreads with a protective STOP that risks equity in an amount equal to 130% of the average profit that specific spread strategy has generated over the last 15 years.

(That 130% may seem a bit arbitrary; but, several years ago, MRCI ran some optimization programs to try to find at what level, if exceeded, a spread exhibited much smaller odds of returning to profitability versus staying within it.  As much as anything, it is an effort to encourage traders to use some kind of protective stop or other money-management device that helps them avoid "just letting it go."

Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 July 2017 04:33  
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