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Updated: Friday December 21, 2018

PTA’s Monthly Report: An Insider’s View of the Next Big Market Move · December, 2018

December 7, 2018 | Agricultural Commodity Futures, Alternative Investment, Commodity Futures Trading, Global Markets, Hard-Asset Investments

Once each month, usually on the first Friday evening, we’ll update our personal weekly commodity trading charts and review them for changes in "net long" or, "net short" holdings between the big commercial commodity traders, large speculators, and the usually uninformed public. This is our professional analysis of "the bigger picture" and current dynamics for each market which provide a spyglass view of the BIG commercial traders and what they are currently doing to influence the futures markets.

As you may already know, insider trading with stocks on Wall Street is very illegal. However, in the commodity trading industry, large/commercial traders MUST report their positions EACH WEEK to the CFTC regulatory body, hence, we monitor them on a weekly basis. Although the futures markets themselves will ultimately provide the most accurate illustration of trend, these (weekly) charts we’ve identified, serve to forewarn us of the next possible bigger move.

Here are the commodity markets which illustrate their bigger changing picture:

UP Trending Futures Markets:  Natural Gas, Lean Hogs & 10yr. T-Notes

DOWN Trending Futures Markets:  Crude Oil, Cotton, British Pound, Euro-currency & Lumber

ALL COMMENTARY IS CONSIDERED OPINION & VIEWS FROM THE AUTHOR AND NOT A SOLICITATION OF ANY SECURITIES. THE RISK OF LOSS IN TRADING COMMODITY INTERESTS CAN BE SUBSTANTIAL. YOU SHOULD THEREFORE CONSIDER WHETHER SUCH TRADING IS SUITABLE FOR YOU IN LIGHT OF YOUR FINANCIAL CONDITION.

 

PTA’s Monthly Report: An Insider’s View of the Next Big Market Move · November, 2018

November 7, 2018 | Agricultural Commodity Futures, Alternative Investment, Commodity Futures Trading, Global Markets, Hard-Asset Investments

Once each month, usually on the first Friday evening, we’ll update our personal weekly commodity trading charts and review them for changes in "net long" or, "net short" holdings between the big commercial commodity traders, large speculators, and the usually uninformed public. This is our professional analysis of "the bigger picture" and current dynamics for each market which provide a spyglass view of the BIG commercial traders and what they are currently doing to influence the futures markets.

As you may already know, insider trading with stocks on Wall Street is very illegal. However, in the commodity trading industry, large/commercial traders MUST report their positions EACH WEEK to the CFTC regulatory body, hence, we monitor them on a weekly basis. Although the futures markets themselves will ultimately provide the most accurate illustration of trend, these (weekly) charts we’ve identified, serve to forewarn us of the next possible bigger move.

Here are the commodity markets which illustrate their bigger changing picture:

UP Trending Futures Markets:  Natural Gas

DOWN Trending Futures Markets:  Lumber and Soymeal

ALL COMMENTARY IS CONSIDERED OPINION & VIEWS FROM THE AUTHOR AND NOT A SOLICITATION OF ANY SECURITIES. THE RISK OF LOSS IN TRADING COMMODITY INTERESTS CAN BE SUBSTANTIAL. YOU SHOULD THEREFORE CONSIDER WHETHER SUCH TRADING IS SUITABLE FOR YOU IN LIGHT OF YOUR FINANCIAL CONDITION.

 

PTA’s Monthly Report: An Insider’s View of the Next Big Market Move · October, 2018

October 7, 2018 | Agricultural Commodity Futures, Alternative Investment, Commodity Futures Trading, Global Markets, Hard-Asset Investments

Once each month, usually on the first Friday evening, we’ll update our personal weekly commodity trading charts and review them for changes in "net long" or, "net short" holdings between the big commercial commodity traders, large speculators, and the usually uninformed public. This is our professional analysis of "the bigger picture" and current dynamics for each market which provide a spyglass view of the BIG commercial traders and what they are currently doing to influence the futures markets.

As you may already know, insider trading with stocks on Wall Street is very illegal. However, in the commodity trading industry, large/commercial traders MUST report their positions EACH WEEK to the CFTC regulatory body, hence, we monitor them on a weekly basis. Although the futures markets themselves will ultimately provide the most accurate illustration of trend, these (weekly) charts we’ve identified, serve to forewarn us of the next possible bigger move.

Here are the commodity markets which illustrate their bigger changing picture:

UP Trending Futures Markets:  Crude Oil, Lean Hogs, Natural Gas, NASDAQ Index and S&P 500 Index

DOWN Trending Futures Markets:  Cocoa, Cotton, Gold, Lumber, Japanese Yen, and 10yr. T-Notes

ALL COMMENTARY IS CONSIDERED OPINION & VIEWS FROM THE AUTHOR AND NOT A SOLICITATION OF ANY SECURITIES. THE RISK OF LOSS IN TRADING COMMODITY INTERESTS CAN BE SUBSTANTIAL. YOU SHOULD THEREFORE CONSIDER WHETHER SUCH TRADING IS SUITABLE FOR YOU IN LIGHT OF YOUR FINANCIAL CONDITION.

 

PTA’s Monthly Report: An Insider’s View of the Next Big Market Move · September, 2018

September 7, 2018 | Agricultural Commodity Futures, Alternative Investment, Commodity Futures Trading, Global Markets, Hard-Asset Investments

Once each month, usually on the first Friday evening, we’ll update our personal weekly commodity trading charts and review them for changes in "net long" or, "net short" holdings between the big commercial commodity traders, large speculators, and the usually uninformed public. This is our professional analysis of "the bigger picture" and current dynamics for each market which provide a spyglass view of the BIG commercial traders and what they are currently doing to influence the futures markets.

As you may already know, insider trading with stocks on Wall Street is very illegal. However, in the commodity trading industry, large/commercial traders MUST report their positions EACH WEEK to the CFTC regulatory body, hence, we monitor them on a weekly basis. Although the futures markets themselves will ultimately provide the most accurate illustration of trend, these (weekly) charts we’ve identified, serve to forewarn us of the next possible bigger move.

Here are the commodity markets which illustrate their bigger changing picture:

UP Trending Futures Markets:  Eurodollars and S&P 500 Index

DOWN Trending Futures Markets:  Gold, High-Grade Copper, Lumber, and Silver

ALL COMMENTARY IS CONSIDERED OPINION & VIEWS FROM THE AUTHOR AND NOT A SOLICITATION OF ANY SECURITIES. THE RISK OF LOSS IN TRADING COMMODITY INTERESTS CAN BE SUBSTANTIAL. YOU SHOULD THEREFORE CONSIDER WHETHER SUCH TRADING IS SUITABLE FOR YOU IN LIGHT OF YOUR FINANCIAL CONDITION.

 

PTA’s Monthly Report: An Insider’s View of the Next Big Market Move · June, 2018

June 1, 2018 | Agricultural Commodity Futures, Alternative Investment, Commodity Futures Trading, Global Markets, Hard-Asset Investments

Once each month, usually on the first Friday evening, we’ll update our personal weekly commodity trading charts and review them for changes in "net long" or, "net short" holdings between the big commercial commodity traders, large speculators, and the usually uninformed public. This is our professional analysis of "the bigger picture" and current dynamics for each market which provide a spyglass view of the BIG commercial traders and what they are currently doing to influence the futures markets.

As you may already know, insider trading with stocks on Wall Street is very illegal. However, in the commodity trading industry, large/commercial traders MUST report their positions EACH WEEK to the CFTC regulatory body, hence, we monitor them on a weekly basis. Although the futures markets themselves will ultimately provide the most accurate illustration of trend, these (weekly) charts we’ve identified, serve to forewarn us of the next possible bigger move.

Here are the commodity markets which illustrate their bigger changing picture:

UP Trending Futures Markets:  Lumber and Cotton, Hard-Red Winter Wheat & Soft-Red Winter Wheat (These three new this month.)

DOWN Trending Futures Markets:  Sugar and British Pound & Euro-currency (These two new this month.)

ALL COMMENTARY IS CONSIDERED OPINION & VIEWS FROM THE AUTHOR AND NOT A SOLICITATION OF ANY SECURITIES. THE RISK OF LOSS IN TRADING COMMODITY INTERESTS CAN BE SUBSTANTIAL. YOU SHOULD THEREFORE CONSIDER WHETHER SUCH TRADING IS SUITABLE FOR YOU IN LIGHT OF YOUR FINANCIAL CONDITION.

 

PTA’s Monthly Report: An Insider’s View of the Next Big Market Move · May, 2018

May 4, 2018 | Agricultural Commodity Futures, Alternative Investment, Commodity Futures Trading, Global Markets, Hard-Asset Investments

Once each month, usually on the first Friday evening, we’ll update our personal weekly commodity trading charts and review them for changes in "net long" or, "net short" holdings between the big commercial commodity traders, large speculators, and the usually uninformed public. This is our professional analysis of "the bigger picture" and current dynamics for each market which provide a spyglass view of the BIG commercial traders and what they are currently doing to influence the futures markets.

As you may already know, insider trading with stocks on Wall Street is very illegal. However, in the commodity trading industry, large/commercial traders MUST report their positions EACH WEEK to the CFTC regulatory body, hence, we monitor them on a weekly basis. Although the futures markets themselves will ultimately provide the most accurate illustration of trend, these (weekly) charts we’ve identified, serve to forewarn us of the next possible bigger move.

Here are the commodity markets which illustrate their bigger changing picture:

UP Trending Futures Markets:  Cocoa, Lumber and Soymeal (New this month.)

DOWN Trending Futures Markets:  Eurodollars, Sugar, Lean Hogs, S&P 500 Index and Soy Oil & 10yr. T-Notes (These two new this month.)

ALL COMMENTARY IS CONSIDERED OPINION & VIEWS FROM THE AUTHOR AND NOT A SOLICITATION OF ANY SECURITIES. THE RISK OF LOSS IN TRADING COMMODITY INTERESTS CAN BE SUBSTANTIAL. YOU SHOULD THEREFORE CONSIDER WHETHER SUCH TRADING IS SUITABLE FOR YOU IN LIGHT OF YOUR FINANCIAL CONDITION.

 

PTA’s Monthly Report: An Insider’s View of the Next Big Market Move · April, 2018

April 6, 2018 | Agricultural Commodity Futures, Alternative Investment, Commodity Futures Trading, Global Markets, Hard-Asset Investments

Once each month, usually on the first Friday evening, we’ll update our personal weekly commodity trading charts and review them for changes in "net long" or, "net short" holdings between the big commercial commodity traders, large speculators, and the usually uninformed public. This is our professional analysis of "the bigger picture" and current dynamics for each market which provide a spyglass view of the BIG commercial traders and what they are currently doing to influence the futures markets.

As you may already know, insider trading with stocks on Wall Street is very illegal. However, in the commodity trading industry, large/commercial traders MUST report their positions EACH WEEK to the CFTC regulatory body, hence, we monitor them on a weekly basis. Although the futures markets themselves will ultimately provide the most accurate illustration of trend, these (weekly) charts we’ve identified, serve to forewarn us of the next possible bigger move.

Here are the commodity markets which illustrate their bigger changing picture:

UP Trending Futures Markets:  Corn, Cocoa, Japanese Yen and Crude Oil & Lumber (These two new this month.)

DOWN Trending Futures Markets:  Eurodollars, Sugar and Feeder Cattle, Lean Hogs, High-Grade Copper, Live Cattle, Silver & S&P 500 (These six new this month.)

ALL COMMENTARY IS CONSIDERED OPINION & VIEWS FROM THE AUTHOR AND NOT A SOLICITATION OF ANY SECURITIES. THE RISK OF LOSS IN TRADING COMMODITY INTERESTS CAN BE SUBSTANTIAL. YOU SHOULD THEREFORE CONSIDER WHETHER SUCH TRADING IS SUITABLE FOR YOU IN LIGHT OF YOUR FINANCIAL CONDITION.

 

 

PTA’s Monthly Report: An Insider’s View of the Next Big Market Move · March, 2018

March 2, 2018 | Agricultural Commodity Futures, Alternative Investment, Commodity Futures Trading, Global Markets, Hard-Asset Investments

Once each month, usually on the first Friday evening, we’ll update our personal weekly commodity trading charts and review them for changes in "net long" or, "net short" holdings between the big commercial commodity traders, large speculators, and the usually uninformed public. This is our professional analysis of "the bigger picture" and current dynamics for each market which provide a spyglass view of the BIG commercial traders and what they are currently doing to influence the futures markets.

As you may already know, insider trading with stocks on Wall Street is very illegal. However, in the commodity trading industry, large/commercial traders MUST report their positions EACH WEEK to the CFTC regulatory body, hence, we monitor them on a weekly basis. Although the futures markets themselves will ultimately provide the most accurate illustration of trend, these (weekly) charts we’ve identified, serve to forewarn us of the next possible bigger move.

Here are the commodity markets which illustrate their bigger changing picture:

UP Trending Futures Markets:  Euro-currency, Corn and Cocoa, Hard-Red Winter Wheat, Japanese Yen, Soymeal, Soybeans & Soft-Red Winter Wheat (These six new this week.)

DOWN Trending Futures Markets:  Eurodollars and Sugar

ALL COMMENTARY IS CONSIDERED OPINION & VIEWS FROM THE AUTHOR AND NOT A SOLICITATION OF ANY SECURITIES. THE RISK OF LOSS IN TRADING COMMODITY INTERESTS CAN BE SUBSTANTIAL. YOU SHOULD THEREFORE CONSIDER WHETHER SUCH TRADING IS SUITABLE FOR YOU IN LIGHT OF YOUR FINANCIAL CONDITION.

 

PTA’s Monthly Report: An Insider’s View of the Next Big Market Move · February, 2018

February 2, 2018 | Agricultural Commodity Futures, Alternative Investment, Commodity Futures Trading, Global Markets, Hard-Asset Investments

Once each month, usually on the first Friday evening, we’ll update our personal weekly commodity trading charts and review them for changes in "net long" or, "net short" holdings between the big commercial commodity traders, large speculators, and the usually uninformed public. This is our professional analysis of "the bigger picture" and current dynamics for each market which provide a spyglass view of the BIG commercial traders and what they are currently doing to influence the futures markets.

As you may already know, insider trading with stocks on Wall Street is very illegal. However, in the commodity trading industry, large/commercial traders MUST report their positions EACH WEEK to the CFTC regulatory body, hence, we monitor them on a weekly basis. Although the futures markets themselves will ultimately provide the most accurate illustration of trend, these (weekly) charts we’ve identified, serve to forewarn us of the next possible bigger move.

Here are the commodity markets which illustrate their bigger changing picture:

UP Trending Futures Markets:  Crude Oil, Gold, Natural Gas, S&P 500 Index, British Pound, Euro-currency and Corn

DOWN Trending Futures Markets:  US Dollar Index, Eurodollars, Sugar, Soy Oil and 10yr. T-Notes

ALL COMMENTARY IS CONSIDERED OPINION & VIEWS FROM THE AUTHOR AND NOT A SOLICITATION OF ANY SECURITIES. THE RISK OF LOSS IN TRADING COMMODITY INTERESTS CAN BE SUBSTANTIAL. YOU SHOULD THEREFORE CONSIDER WHETHER SUCH TRADING IS SUITABLE FOR YOU IN LIGHT OF YOUR FINANCIAL CONDITION.

 

PTA’s Monthly Report: An Insider’s View of the Next Big Market Move · January, 2018

January 5, 2018 | Agricultural Commodity Futures, Alternative Investment, Commodity Futures Trading, Global Markets, Hard-Asset Investments

Once each month, usually on the first Friday evening, we’ll update our personal weekly commodity trading charts and review them for changes in "net long" or, "net short" holdings between the big commercial commodity traders, large speculators, and the usually uninformed public. This is our professional analysis of "the bigger picture" and current dynamics for each market which provide a spyglass view of the BIG commercial traders and what they are currently doing to influence the futures markets.

As you may already know, insider trading with stocks on Wall Street is very illegal. However, in the commodity trading industry, large/commercial traders MUST report their positions EACH WEEK to the CFTC regulatory body, hence, we monitor them on a weekly basis. Although the futures markets themselves will ultimately provide the most accurate illustration of trend, these (weekly) charts we’ve identified, serve to forewarn us of the next possible bigger move.

Here are the commodity markets which illustrate their bigger changing picture:

UP Trending Futures Markets:  Crude Oil, Lumber, Russell 2000 Index, British Pound and Euro-currency

DOWN Trending Futures Markets:  Eurodollars, Soy Oil, Soybeans and 10yr. T-Notes

ALL COMMENTARY IS CONSIDERED OPINION & VIEWS FROM THE AUTHOR AND NOT A SOLICITATION OF ANY SECURITIES. THE RISK OF LOSS IN TRADING COMMODITY INTERESTS CAN BE SUBSTANTIAL. YOU SHOULD THEREFORE CONSIDER WHETHER SUCH TRADING IS SUITABLE FOR YOU IN LIGHT OF YOUR FINANCIAL CONDITION.

 

PTA’s Monthly Report: An Insider’s View of the Next Big Market Move · December, 2017

December 1, 2017 | Agricultural Commodity Futures, Alternative Investment, Commodity Futures Trading, Global Markets, Hard-Asset Investments

Once each month, usually on the first Friday evening, we’ll update our personal weekly commodity trading charts and review them for changes in "net long" or, "net short" holdings between the big commercial commodity traders, large speculators, and the usually uninformed public. This is our professional analysis of "the bigger picture" and current dynamics for each market which provide a spyglass view of the BIG commercial traders and what they are currently doing to influence the futures markets.

As you may already know, insider trading with stocks on Wall Street is very illegal. However, in the commodity trading industry, large/commercial traders MUST report their positions EACH WEEK to the CFTC regulatory body, hence, we monitor them on a weekly basis. Although the futures markets themselves will ultimately provide the most accurate illustration of trend, these (weekly) charts we’ve identified, serve to forewarn us of the next possible bigger move.

Here are the commodity markets which illustrate their bigger changing picture:

UP Trending Futures Markets:  Crude Oil, High-Grade Copper, Russell 2000 Index, Euro-currency and Sugar

DOWN Trending Futures Markets:  Eurodollars and Natural Gas

ALL COMMENTARY IS CONSIDERED OPINION & VIEWS FROM THE AUTHOR AND NOT A SOLICITATION OF ANY SECURITIES. THE RISK OF LOSS IN TRADING COMMODITY INTERESTS CAN BE SUBSTANTIAL. YOU SHOULD THEREFORE CONSIDER WHETHER SUCH TRADING IS SUITABLE FOR YOU IN LIGHT OF YOUR FINANCIAL CONDITION.

 

PTA’s Monthly Report: An Insider’s View of the Next Big Market Move · November, 2017

November 3, 2017 | Agricultural Commodity Futures, Alternative Investment, Commodity Futures Trading, Global Markets, Hard-Asset Investments

Once each month, usually on the first Friday evening, we’ll update our personal weekly commodity trading charts and review them for changes in "net long" or, "net short" holdings between the big commercial commodity traders, large speculators, and the usually uninformed public. This is our professional analysis of "the bigger picture" and current dynamics for each market which provide a spyglass view of the BIG commercial traders and what they are currently doing to influence the futures markets.

As you may already know, insider trading with stocks on Wall Street is very illegal. However, in the commodity trading industry, large/commercial traders MUST report their positions EACH WEEK to the CFTC regulatory body, hence, we monitor them on a weekly basis. Although the futures markets themselves will ultimately provide the most accurate illustration of trend, these (weekly) charts we’ve identified, serve to forewarn us of the next possible bigger move.

Here are the commodity markets which illustrate their bigger changing picture:

UP Trending Futures Markets:  Cocoa, Crude Oil, High-Grade Copper, Lumber, and Lean Hogs

DOWN Trending Futures Markets:  Eurodollars, Natural Gas, Japanese Yen and 10yr T-Notes

ALL COMMENTARY IS CONSIDERED OPINION & VIEWS FROM THE AUTHOR AND NOT A SOLICITATION OF ANY SECURITIES. THE RISK OF LOSS IN TRADING COMMODITY INTERESTS CAN BE SUBSTANTIAL. YOU SHOULD THEREFORE CONSIDER WHETHER SUCH TRADING IS SUITABLE FOR YOU IN LIGHT OF YOUR FINANCIAL CONDITION.

 

PTA’s Monthly Report: An Insider’s View of the Next Big Market Move · October, 2017

October 7, 2017 | Agricultural Commodity Futures, Alternative Investment, Commodity Futures Trading, Global Markets, Hard-Asset Investments

Once each month, usually on the first Friday of the month, we update our personal weekly commodity trading charts and review them for changes in "net long" or, "net short" holdings between the big commercial commodity traders, large speculators, and the usually uninformed public. This is our professional analysis of "the bigger picture" and current dynamics for each market which provide a spyglass view of the BIG commercial traders and what they are currently doing to influence the futures markets.

As you may already know, insider trading with stocks on Wall Street is very illegal. However, in the commodity trading industry, large/commercial traders MUST report their positions EACH WEEK to the CFTC regulatory body, hence, we monitor them on a weekly basis. Although the futures markets themselves will ultimately provide the most accurate illustration of trend, these (weekly) charts we’ve identified, serve to forewarn us of the next possible bigger move.

Here are the commodity markets which illustrate the changing bigger picture for them:

UP Trending Futures Markets:  Cocoa, Crude Oil, Lumber, and Russell 2000 Index

DOWN Trending Futures Markets:  Sugar and Corn

ALL COMMENTARY IS CONSIDERED OPINION & VIEWS FROM THE AUTHOR AND NOT A SOLICITATION OF ANY SECURITIES. THE RISK OF LOSS IN TRADING COMMODITY INTERESTS CAN BE SUBSTANTIAL. YOU SHOULD THEREFORE CONSIDER WHETHER SUCH TRADING IS SUITABLE FOR YOU IN LIGHT OF YOUR FINANCIAL CONDITION.

 

PTA’s Monthly Report: An Insider’s View of the Next Big Market Move · September, 2017

September 1, 2017 | Agricultural Commodity Futures, Alternative Investment, Commodity Futures Trading, Global Markets, Hard-Asset Investments

Once each month, usually on the first Friday evening, we’ll update our personal weekly commodity trading charts and review them for changes in "net long" or, "net short" holdings between the big commercial commodity traders, large speculators, and the usually uninformed public. This is our professional analysis of "the bigger picture" and current dynamics for each market which provide a spyglass view of the BIG commercial traders and what they are currently doing to influence the futures markets.

As you may already know, insider trading with stocks on Wall Street is very illegal. However, in the commodity trading industry, large/commercial traders MUST report their positions EACH WEEK to the CFTC regulatory body, hence, we monitor them on a weekly basis. Although the futures markets themselves will ultimately provide the most accurate illustration of trend, these (weekly) charts we’ve identified, serve to forewarn us of the next possible bigger move.

Here are the commodity markets which illustrate their bigger changing picture:

UP Trending Futures Markets:  Gold, High-Grade Copper, Euro-currency & Soy Oil

DOWN Trending Futures Markets:  US Dollar Index, Feeder Cattle & Live Cattle

ALL COMMENTARY IS CONSIDERED OPINION & VIEWS FROM THE AUTHOR AND NOT A SOLICITATION OF ANY SECURITIES. THE RISK OF LOSS IN TRADING COMMODITY INTERESTS CAN BE SUBSTANTIAL. YOU SHOULD THEREFORE CONSIDER WHETHER SUCH TRADING IS SUITABLE FOR YOU IN LIGHT OF YOUR FINANCIAL CONDITION.

 

PTA’s Monthly Report: An Insider’s View of the Next Big Market Move

August 4, 2017 | Agricultural Futures Trading, Alternative Investment, Commodity Futures Trading, Global Markets, Hard-Asset Investments

Once each month, usually on the first Friday evening, we’ll update our personal weekly commodity trading charts and review them for changes in "net long" or, "net short" holdings between the big commercial commodity traders, large speculators, and the usually uninformed public. This is our professional analysis of "the bigger picture" and current dynamics for each market which provide a spyglass view of the BIG commercial traders and what they are currently doing to influence the futures markets.

As you may already know, insider trading with stocks on Wall Street is very illegal. However, in the commodity trading industry, large/commercial traders MUST report their positions EACH WEEK to the CFTC regulatory body, hence, we monitor them on a weekly basis. Although the futures markets themselves will ultimately provide the most accurate illustration of trend, these (weekly) charts we’ve identified, serve to forewarn us of the next possible bigger move.

Here are the commodity markets which illustrate their bigger changing picture:

UP Trending Futures Markets: Crude Oil, High-Grade Copper, Coffee, S&P 500, British Pound, Euro-currency & Soy Oil

DOWN Trending Futures Markets: US Dollar Index & Natural Gas

ALL COMMENTARY IS CONSIDERED OPINION & VIEWS FROM THE AUTHOR AND NOT A SOLICITATION OF ANY SECURITIES. THE RISK OF LOSS IN TRADING COMMODITY INTERESTS CAN BE SUBSTANTIAL. YOU SHOULD THEREFORE CONSIDER WHETHER SUCH TRADING IS SUITABLE FOR YOU IN LIGHT OF YOUR FINANCIAL CONDITION.

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