Prandelli Produced 653 Points in Soybeans, & 175 Points in Corn in 2013
With58% Profits in the 3rd Quarter of 2013 ALONE!

Prandelli PFS Forecast Bulletin Results
A SUMMARY OF THE RESULTS OF PRANDELLIíS 2013 FORECASTS & UPDATES
FOR THE S&P500, SOYBEAN & CORN MARKETS...
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SUMMARY

This page will present a brief review and explanation of the focus, structure and content of Daniele Prandelliís PFS Forecast Bulletins for the S&P 500, Soybean and Corn Markets.At the bottom of this page, are presented 3 summary charts showing Prandelliís successful forecasts and trades throughout 2013 in these three markets.Below each summary chart is brief description of the points indicated on the chart, which were taken directly from his Bulletins and Updates. There is also a link to a FULL REVIEW of each PFS Bulletin for each market, including the original bulletin and initial forecast, then the sequence of updates provided throughout the year, including charts and a brief analysis of the all the significant signals and trades.For those who want only a quick overview of Prandelliís successful forecasts, see the charts and summary below.For those who want to see the full details and contents of the actual Bulletins and Updates throughout the year, the REVIEW link provides that material.


INTRODUCTION & OVERVIEW

As clients of my courses and past Bulletins know, my analysis methodology and forecasting service are comprised of three fundamental components: Price, Time and Strategy.The Price element is the most important piece that I use for my trading, as it serves as the Key to my position management, the basis of my time confirmations, and defines my entry, projection and exit points.Along with this, I use proprietary Time models to give me a general insight or roadmap into the expected swings and changes in trend throughout the year.The third element, Strategy, is the integration of the Price and Time elements as they progress real-time throughout the year, how to read them, interpret them, and most importantly trade them.

One of the first things my subscribers must understand is that I am a SWING TRADER!I am NOT looking to take long term investment positions with large blocks of capital.I am an individual trader and manager and am completely focused upon identifying and trading the significant sequential swings in each market that I trade.My primary intention is to always follow the short to intermediate term trend, lasting from at least several days to a few weeks, and occasionally, with a strong trend, even into months.

I am not intent upon capturing every small reactive swing in a tradable intermediate trend, though at times, when strong resistance is met at my Key Price Levels, I will exit positions and trade shorter term reactions, then re-enter when the trend continues.Readers of my course, The Polarity Factor System, will understand the nature of my strategies and what I am looking for in terms of trades, which is fundamentally, the highest profit potential with the minimal risk, and this profit potential comes from trading the intermediate term trend.

Regarding risk parameters, using my proprietary interpretation of W. D. Gannís Planetary Longitude Lines, I am able to place my trades with an extremely small stop loss of only 3 points on the S&P 500, generally allowing me a minimum 1/6 risk/reward ratio, but often well over a 1/10 risk/reward ratio.These are the fundamental elements of my strategic approach to trading as presented in the above mentioned course, and this Strategy produces approximately a 10-15% monthly return in my trading, depending upon market action and volatility.

In July-October of this year alone, I was able to produce a 58% return using these techniques, which can be seen in this statement showing a new account I began managing in July, in which I turned the initial $40k into $64k in 3 months. And it should be noted that the S&P during this period did NOT produce a clear tradable trend, but rather was a congestion period with 4 different directional swings.A long term investor would have made almost no money during a period like this, while being in ongoing fear as the market produced 2 significant corrections from new all-time highs.But by Swing Trading using my techniques, I was able to make consistent returns through difficult periods, which I think is not bad.

With these goals in mind, let me address the two components besides Strategy which are the basis of my trading methodology, and which are the essence of what is provided in my yearly PFS Forecast Bulletins for the S&P and Grain Markets.First there is my PFS TIME Forecast Model, a general model of probable intermediate swing timing throughout the year.This PFS model is derived from a proprietary combination of long term historical cycles, giving us a general expectation for intermediate trends and swings throughout the year. This model generates a short to intermediate term swing chart presenting the most probably energy swing points and secondary impulse points for the upcoming year based upon historical price action of similar market segments from the near to distant past.

In my model, I am NOT so concerned with the general long term trend that is pictured on the PFS Forecast Chart, because I am NOT a long term trader, and I do not care in the slightest whether the market is 100 or 1000 points higher or lower from where it is now in 3 months, 6 months, or at the end of the year.This information is of no real value to me as a swing trader, since my intention is to trade and generate profits from as many of the intermediate swings that occur from now until the end of the year as possible, whether the general market goes up, down or sideways. I only care where the market is NOW, and where it is going next! My intention is to be riding each of these significant intermediate trends throughout the year, so my analysis is taken from that standpoint.

My PFS Model is more like a road map, telling me what streets to turn on at what time, but requiring me to navigate any progressive changes or distortions that may occur as the market progresses.When driving to a destination, at times a bridge may be washed out, forcing a detour, or you may hit traffic, causing you to have to slow down and wait for the traffic to begin moving again.It is the same with the markets when one is trading real-time.An expected turning point may become inverted or delayed, but with my Strategy based upon my Key Price Levels, I know how to account for and to take advantage of such changes, or to be patient and wait in order to catch and ride the next ensuing trend.

So, at times the PFS may present a perfect model of the yearís action, and at others times it may distort, invert or just not match so clearly.The actual timing points will still remain pertinent and be useful, but my approach is to always assume that any model may be wrong, and depend upon my deeper strategy and risk management using my Key Price Levels to manage all of my entries and trades.

Since the PFS Model is based upon long term cycles and pattern recognition from these past cyclic phases, when projected and modeled in current times, the structure of the underlying fundamentals may be different than the past causing these distortions in the modeled trend, but still leaving the key turning points as active points to watch and trade.Some examples of such underlying changes would be the Federal Reserveís Quantitative Easing, where the Fed is ongoingly pumping $1Trillion a year into the markets, something that has never occurred in the past cyclic environments from which we are creating out models.

Or globalization elements like the capital flows from insecure economies across the world and in Southern Europe, where capital is fleeing the threat of potential account confiscation, as was seen in Cyprus and is threatened across Europe.These conjoined factors of artificial stimulation, and capital seeking secure investment, which the US Stock Market provides, create situations which did not occur in past cycles, at least never to this degree, causing an over stimulation of the general trend, even though the underlying cyclic changes can still be identified.Such massive influences can be the underlying ďfundamentalĒ cause of a cycle inversion or other similar distortions.

Understanding these issues, we must rely more heavily upon our secondary, really our primary tool, which ongoingly defines the immediate structure and direction of market action. This tool is a Price map of the dominant structural levels where powerful support and resistance points lie which influence the market as it progresses through time.These Key Price Levels, which are explained in my course, The Law of Cause & Effect, are essential because they allow a trader to define key entry and exit points as the market approaches them, allowing positions to be taken and exit targets to be projected as the market reacts to these powerful Price influences.The Key Price Levels serve to refine the PFS Time Forecast throughout the year, since at times market tends to move faster or slower than the forecast anticipates. But markets are always limited in their motion by these Key Price levels, and without them the Time model has less significance.

Where and how the market positions itself in relationship to the Key Price Levels is the PRIMARY factor we will use to determine the direction of our trading, whether Short or Long, so it remains THE critical Key in using the PFS model for our trading.You will notice in my 2013 S&P Forecast that I stated that 1477 was the KEY Price Level beneath which we would trade short and above which we would be long, with the next Key Price Level being at 1660-1680.As you can see on the chart below, once the S&P broke 1477, it made a massive 200 point run to 1680, with barely a reaction of several days along the way.This is a perfect example of the value of my Key Price Levels and how they can be used for both short and long term trading.

The Key Price Levels are not discussed much mentioned in the initial yearly Bulletin, since they are changing as the market progresses through time.However, they are the core of the Bulletin Updates, which read the ebbs and flows of the market as it trades and trends throughout the year.The Updates generally look at one or two of the timing points provided by the PFS model, along with some secondary ďPUSHĒ impulses which are defined by a secondary model which works in conjunction with the PFS.These timing elements are then correlated with the Key Price Levels which define our entry and exit points, as well as determine whether we will be trading Short or Long according to whether the market consolidates above or below these points.

This year I will be continuing my S&P 500 Bulletin, and also the Grain Market Bulletin covering Soybeans and Corn. I am also still working on producing a Bulletin for Gold.Iím still working on the Gold market, trying to create as good a forecasting model as possible and I have definitely found something useful, but still I need to follow it day by day at this point.While I am developing this new Gold model, as an added bonus for my other subscribers, I have decided to begin providing some initial analysis of Gold. Over the year, I will send my current subscribers of either the S&P or Grain Bulletins updates about this new work with Gold, including the Key Price Levels, as an introduction and test of this new work. Over the last months, my model has worked quite well, and with the Key Prices, we have been able to make very good trades in my Daily Report Service. I will send all my current subscribers the new Gold Bulletin every 2 months starting in the New Year, as a free added bonus for this initial year.

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PRANDELLI 2013 PFS FORECAST BULLETIN SUMMARY RESULTS & REVIEWS FOR THE S&P500, SOYBEAN & CORN MARKETS

The following 3 charts for the S&P 500, Soybeans and Corn, present a brief visual summary of the forecasts and trading indications that my Forecast Service generated throughout the year 2013.Beneath each is a link to a further detailed review of the 2013 PFS Forecast Bulletin for each market, including the complete initial Bulletin and the Updates provided throughout the year.I have also included in the Review shorter term charts showing the setups and outcomes of each of these forecasts and trades, and provided a brief summary of the analysis and logic of each trade.For those of you who like to see the full details of my yearly reports, the Review link below will give you the complete information you would require to determine if this service would be useful to you.

S&P 500
PFS Forecast Bulletin Results For 2013

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Following are the key quotes taken from the PFS Bulletin & Updates, giving Prandelliís trading indications as shown on the chart above:

        (Original PFS Bulletin Ė Oct 2012) ďConsider the price 1477 as your price guide. A consolidation above this level will indicate for you to trade LONG, and a consolidation under this price will indicate that you would trade SHORT. If in January the S&P is trading above 1477 points, we would change our view, and trade LONG with a small stop-loss. If the market will move above the price level of 1477, the trend should be up. 1477-1493 is a very important price level. A consolidation above this level, with movements above 1510, would mean that the next target is around 1660-1680. I know that this is a strong sentence, but this is what my cycles are telling me. This forecast produced 180-200 points from February to MayÖĒ

        (Feb 16 Update) ďStatistically in February we should see a descent where we will have a new opportunity to enter LONG at lower prices, and at the moment the favorite dates are around 23-25 February or March the 1st. The market is arriving at a top area around February the 18th, and this could be a good change in trade date to see lower prices in the next days.Ē If you look at my PFS forecast you can see that the Buy Opportunity around February the 25th was forecasted, following the uptrend until March the 18th.

        (Apr 2 Update) The PFS is almost ready to turn up now, after 4-6 April. I would like to follow this up push to see higher prices around mid-April. To confirm this possible scenario, I would be happy to see a brief descent after the High of today (2nd April), with lower prices around 4-6 April. In this case then we may see the up push suggested by the PFS, with a High around 12-18 April.

        (May 22 Update) I would say to trade LONG above 1662 points and SHORT under 1662 points. The Update was sent on May the 22nd, exactly the day of the High, telling clients that we should expect a descent but with a High in July or August, which is exactly what happened.

        (July 31 Update) The consolidation above 1625 (this level changes over the time) and the level 1665 is statistically a bullish signal, it means that the descent expected shouldnít be strong. It is possible that we are going to see a re-test of the support in area 1665 and area 1625. The descent should stop soon, in fact Iím expecting the Low (if we see the descent) around the end of August, and in fact we was the Low was August 29 at 1627.47.

        (Oct 7 Update) What Iím expecting now is a general uptrend until the end of the year, it will be very important to work with the prices at 1635-1345 and 1669-1671. Until the market remains above this area and consolidates above it, Iím going to trade following the uptrend, because Iím expecting higher prices in the next weeks and months.

 

SOYBEANS
PFS Forecast Bulletin Results For 2013

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Following are a few key quotes taken from the PFS Bulletin & Updates, giving Prandelliís trading indications as shown on the chart above.For the results in the Grain Futures Markets, we are only giving some general indications on the above chart because it is a chart of Spot Prices, which have different Price levels from the Contract trading months.Please see the REVIEW in order to see charts and analysis of the Key Price levels and trades that were presented in the updates for the actual Futures Contracts.

        (Original PFS Bulletin Ė Oct 2012) My model forecasts an uptrend till the summer with High in July and August, and then a lateral phase with possible Low in September or October. (See Green lines for these indications)

        Red dates marked above show some of the Key turning point dates listed on Prandelliís PFS Model, which can be seen on the REVIEW page.Since the highs and lows vary for different Contract months, the above Spot chart does not clearly represent the extreme highs and lows, please see the REVIEW for details of the analysis and trades for the sequential contracts as they roll over.

        Key Price Levels apply ONLY to individual monthly Futures Contracts, so see the REVIEW for those indications.

        Blue lines show actual trades placed by Prandelli, as discussed through the sequence of Updates provided at the link above. In total, Prandelli produced 653 points trading Soybeans from November 2012 through October 2013.

 

CORN
PFS Forecast Bulletin Results For 2013

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Following are a few key quotes taken from the PFS Bulletin & Updates, giving Prandelliís trading indications as shown on the chart above.For the results in the Grain Futures Markets, we are only giving some general indications on the above chart because it is a chart of Spot Prices, which have different Price levels from the Contract trading months.Please see the REVIEW in order to see charts and analysis of the Key Price levels and trades that were presented in the updates for the actual Futures Contracts.

        Blue Lines represent actual trades taken by Prandelli which are explained in the REVIEW at the link above.

        Red lines indicate Key Price Levels which were used to determine trading points and place stop losses.

        In total, Prandelli produced 175 points trading Corn from November 2012 through October 2013.

 

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