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PORK ItLLIES - MONTHLY

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Pork Bellies have shown a predictable 3.3 year cycle.

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Figure 2-5: Pork Bellie Cycles

Reprinted with permission of Commodity Trend Service



Corn futures have shown a predictable 5.6 year cycle.

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Figure 2-6: Corn Cycle

Reprinted with permission of Commodity Trend Service

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This is the first market I ever traded. Note the tendency for prices to move higher in the summer.

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Figure 2-7: Shell Egg Prices 1968-1977

Reprinted with permission of Commodity Research Bureau



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