Jake Bernstein is an internationally recognized futures analyst, trader and author. He has written more than 41 books, numerous research studies and newsletters on futures trading, stock trading, trader psychology & economic forecasting.
Mr. Bernstein is publisher of Jake Bernstein’s Weekly Futures Trading Letter, currently the Jake Bernstein Weekly Capital Markets Report and Analysis which has been in continuous weekly publication since 1972.
He began trading futures and stocks in 1968. Jake has appeared frequently on radio and television throughout the United States and Canada.

Mr. Bernstein also lectures extensively in the United States, Canada, Europe and Asia. His forecasts and opinions are quoted frequently in the financial press and on numerous websites. Mr Bernstein is a consultant to investors, traders, industry, financial institutions, short-term traders, brokerage firms and commercial firms. His market advisory services are subscribed to by floor traders, professional traders, money managers, both new and experienced traders and hedgers, the world over.
Clients: advisory and consulting services include some of the world’s largest banks and brokerage firms as well as professional traders, major hedge funds and money managers. He has developed and popularized a number of innovative market
indicators and concepts. Jake has pioneered numerous technical, cyclical and
seasonal methodologies in the futures markets including:

Key-Date Seasonal Analysis
The MA Channel Method
Market Patterns
Short-Term and Intermediate-Term Trading Methods
The Critical Time of Day and the 30-Minute Breakout Methods
The Power Momentum & Advanced Power Momentum Manual
MOM/MA (Momentum Moving Average)
The Daily Sentiment Index
Seasonal key dates
Cycles, and much more!

Articles: by Jake Bernstein have appeared in Futures Magazine, Money Maker,
Stocks and Commodities, Barron’s Financial Weekly, FarmFutures,
and other leading financial publications.

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