Seasonally Accurate Top Ten Markets
This study reviews top markets that are accurately tracking any of four separate seasonal time frames. Specifically, the markets current annual performance is compared against the markets 5/10/15/20 seasonal charts. Markets that are closely tracking 3 or more seasonal time frames are displayed. The key is to closely monitor markets with a large number of accurate time frames combined with high correlation levels. Note: Seasonal charts should be used as an historic reference of past trends and turning points and not as a buy/sell recommendation. As we should all know past performance is not indicative of future results.
- The gray bar indicates the number of time frames that are currently in a high correlation stage.
- The blue bar summarizes (with no scale) the total level of correlation across all time frames.
|Australian Dollar||Crude Oil||German DAX||Five Year Notes||Corn||Lean Hogs||Gold||Coffee|
|British Pound||RBOB Gasoline||Hang Seng||Ten Year Notes||Soybeans||Live Cattle||Copper||Cotton|
|Canadian Dollar||London Gas Oil||Paris CAC-40||Canadian Bond||Soy Meal||LME Aluminum||Lumber|
|Euro Currency||Natural Gas||S&P 500||Euro Bund||Bean Oil||LME Copper||Sugar|
|Dollar Index||KC Wheat||LME Lead|
|Japanese Yen||Wheat||LME Zinc|
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