monthly statistics for March 2021 (selected instruments only)

As You probably notice on my Instagram, Facebook or Twitter I publish monthly statistics for selected instruments. It’s both commodities and stock indices from all around the world! It’s a proper knowledge for swing traders.

On this post I will reproduce those publications for blog purposes. Remember that full report for monthly statstics You can buy in the shop! I highly recommend bundle set – it’s 25% discount!

Let’s look on second part of data You are here for!

Commodities

  • Coal:
    14-year period: 50/50
    10-year period: 50/50
  • WTI Oil:
    37-year period: 62% long
    30-year period: 60% long
    10-year period: 50/50
  • Natural Gas:
    44-year period: 77% long (!)
    30-year period: 60% short
    10-year period: 70% short
  • gold:
    49-year period: 57% short
    30-year period: 63% short
    10-year period: 60% short
  • Platinum:
    44-year period: 54% short
    30-year period: 59% short
    10-year period: 90% short (!)
  • Silver:
    57-year period: 58% short
    30-year period: 57% short
    10-year period: 70% short
  • Cotton:
    61-year period: 57% long
    30-year period: 50/50
    10-year period: 70% long
  • Live cattle:
    56-year period: 55% short
    30-year period: 77% short (!)
    10-year period: 80% short (!)
  • Coffee Arabica:
    48-year period: 52% long
    30-year period: 57% short
    10-year period: 80% short (!)

Indices

  • TSEC:
    23-year period: 70% long (!)
    10-year period: 70% long
  • SSE:
    23-year period: 57% long
    10-year period: 60% long
  • ASX-200:
    28-year period: 54% long
    10-year period: 60% long
  • IBEX 35:
    34-year period: 53% short
    30-year period: 53% short

    10-year period: 60% short
  • FTSE 100:
    36-year period: 58% long
    30-year period: 53% long
    10-year period: 60% short
  • WIG 20:
    29-year period: 55% short
    10-year period: 60% short

Have a profitable trading!

Phoenix

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