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Dimitri Speck: How You Can Benefit from Little Known Seasonal and Cyclical Patterns

Seasonax Co-Founder and Head Analyst Dimitri Speck about seasonal patterns in indices, stocks, currencies and commodities.
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A webcast presentation originally held on July 15, 2020, as part of the CMT Association's Educational Web Series. Annual seasonality and market cycles can be valuable tools for improving your trading and investing consistency.

0:00 Introduction Dimitri Speck
1:59 Introduction Seasonality
7:52 Seasonal Charts
10:10 Seasonal Trends in the Dow Jones
11:47 The US Dollar Index in the Course of the Year
13:01 Microsoft Stock in the Course of the Year
15:17 Soybean Futures in the Course of the Year
16:05 US Real Estate Prices Over the Year
17:27 Intra-Month, Turn of the Month Effect
20:48 Intra-Week Effects in the S&P 500
23:02 Gold Intra-Week & Intra-Day
25:29 Event Studies
27:37 Practice: Conincidence or Causal?
28:54 Practice: Distribution
30:54 Practice: Stability of Seasonal Trends
31:39 5 Ways of Seasonal Trading
38:17 Introduction Seasonax
46:31 Seasonal Screener
47:58 Q&A Live Questions

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Dimitri Speck
Dimitri Speck specializes in pattern recognition and trading systems development. He publishes the website, which features free-of-charge seasonal charts for interested investors. In his book The Gold Cartel (see link on the right hand side), commodities expert Dimitri Speck discusses gold price manipulation and modern-day credit excess. His commodities trading strategy Stay-C has won awards all over Europe. He is the publisher of the web site Seasonal Charts as well as of the Bloomberg app Seasonax.
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