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Historical Daily Charts - Traders Desk Reference (TDR)

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MRCI's Historical Daily Charts - Here you will find nearly 24,000 historical daily charts of futures and cash markets
for as far back as 1958 --- or even further. If you want to know how T-Bills reacted during the stock market crash of
1987, you can see for yourself at the click of a mouse. How did gold and silver trade when the Hunts' tried to corner
the silver market in the late 1970s? What did wage and price controls do to the cattle market in the early 70s?
Essentially, pick your market and time period and go take a look. Or, if you are already looking at a seasonal pattern,
a seasonal trade, or a correlation study, follow the links to see what actually happened in each individual year.

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Last Updated on Friday, 24 March 2017 06:10  
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In 2005 Wheat was trading at a subdued $3.00/bushel. Three years later, the CBOT's soft red had more than quadrupled to $13.00 --- while hard red spring traded in Minneapolis soared to an astonishing $24.00! Now as winter wheat prepares to emerge and spring wheat will soon be planted, all three classes of wheat trade mostly between $4.50 and $5.00.

Look back to 1970: http://www.mrci.com/pdf/w.pdf

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