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Titan's Seasonal Commodity Spreads

Updated: Apr 5, 2022

Our strategy is designed to exploit seasonal characteristics of the global commodity markets.

You only need $30,000 AUD minimum to start trading our Seasonal Commodity Spreads strategy. We suggest starting with a $50,000 AUD or higher trading account to potentially match past dollar returns.

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Seasonal Commodity Spreads:

Holding both long and short positions of a commodity (different contract months) at the same time enables an investor to be relatively immune to technical price changes. When sudden volatility hits the market, spread prices will often stay the same while individual longs or shorts can be buffeted by rapid market movements.

Commodity markets are best known for recurring seasonal patterns. For example, harvest pressures can result in the tendency for some contract months to rise or fall faster than other months often resulting in potentially profitable spread trading opportunities.

We place and manage the trades for you, so there is no need for you to learn how to trade the commodity markets.

If you are interested in trading the above strategy using the services of Titan Securities, please call: 1800 228 600 or e-mail and we will be in contact with further information.

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PLEASE NOTE: Our futures trading recommendations are suitable for experienced investors, because these markets can be more volatile. If you are new to trading, then we suggest you consider our blue chip share market advisory service before trading financial and commodity futures.

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NOTE: Investing entails risk.

Disclaimer: Any advice contained within this correspondence has been prepared without taking into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. You must therefore assess whether it is appropriate, in light of your own individual objectives, financial situation or needs, to act upon any such advice.
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