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Lesson 25: Mrs. B's Choice

Mrs. B's readers have responded promptly as she knew they would and they have offered her quite an impressive list of markets they would like to see her trade. Mrs. B greatly appreciates all the suggestions she has received and is in the process of putting into operation her well-defined trading plan for trading these markets. The markets that Mrs. B's readers would like to see her trade are, in alphabetical order, the following,

  1. British Pound.
  2. Canadian Dollar.
  3. Cocoa.
  4. Coffee.
  5. Copper.
  6. Corn.
  7. Cotton.
  8. Crude Oil.
  9. Eurodollars.
  10. Feeder Cattle.
  11. Gold.
  12. Index Futures.
  13. Japanese Yen.
  14. Kansas Wheat.
  15. Lean Hogs.
  16. Live Cattle.
  17. Lumber.
  18. NASDAQ.
  19. Natural Gas.
  20. Oats.
  21. Orange Juice.
  22. Pork Bellies.
  23. S&P Index.
  24. S&P Mini.
  25. Silver.
  26. Soybean Meal.
  27. Soybean Oil.
  28. Soybeans.
  29. Sugar.
  30. Swiss Franc.
  31. Treasury Bonds.
  32. US Dollar Index.
  33. Wheat.

Before she can proceed, however, to put her well-defined trading plan into operation, Mrs. B needs some additional help from those of her readers who might be so kind as to help her out in this situation. She is asking her readers to examine this list of recommended markets and to select from it the markets that each reader would most like to see her trade. The reader need give no reasons for his or her selection. All the reader needs to do is to send Mrs. B an email listing up to three markets. If the reader can find only one market that he or she wishes to see Mrs. B trade, only one market need be listed. If the reader has more than one favorite market, please limit the recommended total to three. Mrs. B is ready, willing, and able to begin her well-defined trading plan just as soon as the markets that her readers would most like to see her trade can be selected. To send Mrs. B your favorites, simply click on her mailbox below and send her an email with your short list. It is as simple as that.

To send Mrs. B the markets you would most like to see her trade, click here or on her mailbox.

After sending Mrs. B up to three markets that you would most like to see her trade, you may then proceed by clicking here.

Bruce Gould

Always remember that stock, options, and futures trading may involve substantial risks and that past performance is no guarantee of future performance.