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  1. Monthly Seasonal Trades- 15 per month-all at least 80% historically reliable & from a variety of commodity markets.
  2. Futures Strategy Details - historical detail table, seasonal, weekly & monthly charts.
  3. Monthly Seasonal Spreads - 15 per month-all at least 80% historically reliable & from a variety of commodity markets.
  4. Spread Strategy Details - historical detail table, seasonal, weekly & monthly charts.
  5. Seasonal Portfolio Review - daily tabulation displaying closed trading strategies.
  6. Seasonal Pattern Charts - for over 40 cash and futures markets.
  7. Correlation Studies - evaluates up to 30 years of history against current contracts.
  8. Volatility Charts - both implied and historical volatility.
  9. Historical Daily Charts - nearly 6,000 charts for as far back as 1966.
  10. MRCI Online Update - emailed every Wednesday by the MRCI Team.
  11. Futures & Cash Charts - convenient, flip through PDF files show market's past prices, compare its present behavior, & visualize it's possible future.
  12. Special Spread Charts - over 65 different PDF files each displaying several spreads in a market or complex.
  13. Scenario Analysis - statistical analysis of long-term market targets.
  14. Plus a whole lot more!!!!
  15. We welcome YOU to take advantage of ALL this research with full access to MRCI ONLINE for just $49 per month. 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 22 May 2014 06:50  
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