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Long range weather forecasts for the world's major crop growing and energy using regions.
Practical how-to guides for weather-related commodity trading.
Commodity market week in review.
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Special Reports

Trade Winds special reports are practical, how-to guides for weather-related commodity trading. Novice commodity traders and experienced investors will find useful information on El Niņo, La Niņa, weather markets, risk management, stop placement, and the usefulness of commodity market options trading.

UPDATED FOR 2002! El Niņo: Weather Maker For The World. Is all the media attention on El Niņo hype and hoopla, or is it something that we should all be afraid of? Readers will find interesting information on the history of El Niņo, how it forms, and what it means to worldwide weather. Included is a special section on the role of El Niņo in determining summer weather in the Midwest. Available only to current Trade Winds subscribers, or by filling out our survey.

UPDATED FOR 2002! The Sunspot Cycle: 22-Year Weather Headache? - Sunspots have been known for centuries, but not until recently has there been an effort to determine their impact on long-term weather on earth. Readers will enjoy a detailed description of what sunspots are, how they appear (and disappear) in cycles, and their possible impact on summer Midwest weather, eastern U.S. winter weather, and freezes in Florida citrus regions. Available only to current Trade Winds subscribers, or by filling out our survey.

Weather Trading Made Easy is a practical, how-to guide for weather related trading. Designed for the novice trader or the experienced investor, readers will find useful information on the commodity markets in general, money management techniques, basics on options trading, typical price action during weather markets...and much, much more. Available only to current Trade Winds subscribers, or by filling out our survey.

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