CRB's "Fundamental Market Service" is a weekly publication designed to make you a more powerful trader through an understanding of the fundamental factors moving the commodity and financial futures markets.
The CRB Fundamental Market Service has stood the test of time with its status as the industry's oldest and most respected fundamental newsletter. The first edition was published on February 3, 1934.
Most traders make their trading decisions based on technical analysis and technical trading systems. However, combining both fundamentals and technicals gives you an even more powerful trading approach to the markets. Understanding the fundamentals helps you to gauge market direction, how far the market may move, and when the market may move.
We help you to understand these factors through our fundamental commentary and our weekly commodity and financial calendars. We analyze factors such as Fed policy, inflation, interest rates, stock market earnings and valuation, the dollar, metal and petroleum fundamentals, crop reports and global crop conditions, and livestock and softs fundamentals. We also use the Commitment of Traders to analyze how the big funds are impacting the markets.
|Click to read the June 8, 2007 FMS report forecasting the mortgage problems ahead
"... if Treasury yields were to move above the 5-year high of 5.25%, then the situation could start deteriorating fairly quickly. A sharp and sustained rise in T-note yields, upon which many of the world’s assets are priced, could cause a sharp upward adjustment in risk perceptions and cause a sharp sell-off in riskier assets. These assets include emerging stock markets and currencies, junk bond debt, mortgage debt, and many global assets
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You can receive the weekly Fundamental Market Service via e-mail or web site retrieval. The subscription price is $249 per year, which is less than $5 per issue. That is a small price to pay for the enhanced trading power you will receive through this service.
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