The Technomental Commodity Report
by Andy Hecht
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With over 3 decades of commodity trading, Andy Hecht has developed a system that combines both Technicals and Fundamentals.  He calls this approach "Technomental", and now you can put it to work for yourself with his brand new service, The Technomental Commodity Report.
 

In this weekly newsletter, which comes out each Thursday, Andy gives you his analysis of market price direction bias (using Fundamentals) and then specific trade recommendations, including entry and exit points, using Technicals.

The recommendations in the newsletter are always based on stocks and ETFs, so a Futures account is not required.  And Andy will often use options in the recommendations.

Andy will tell you where to get in, where to get out and he will outline the risk/reward profile of all recommendations.  The time horizon on trades will vary from less than one month to six months or longer. 

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You may cancel anytime during the free trial period by calling our office and you will not be billed. Otherwise, after your free trial period, we will bill you for your subscription automatically, at the current monthly rate of $79. Thereafter, your subscription to The Technomental Commodity Report will renew automatically on a monthly basis, and we will charge the credit card we have on file.