Before Iraq invaded Kuwait in August of 1990, COMMODEX gave “buys” in crude oil, heating oil, and gasoline. By year-end, COMMODEX had net closed-out energy profits of $100,409.00 after deducting commissions and losses!

On October 9, 1987, COMMODEX signaled a “Sell Short” in S&P 500s and other stock index futures. Then… the “Crash of ’87” drove open COMMODEX profits from $18,236.05 to $225,325.35 in less than two weeks for a 1,235% increase!

During the inflationary years of 1979/80, COMMODEX tracked the most diversified precious metals portfolio, including gold, silver, platinum, and palladium. A single silver position grew to more than $90,000.00 before being closed out.

In 1975, a Brazilian freeze drove coffee from $0.80 a pound to more than $3.23. That move was worth more than $80,000.00 a contract! Another sensational bull move in 1986 yielded over $40,000.00 a contract, while sell signals added another $20,000.00-plus!

When sugar prices skyrocketed in 1974, COMMODEX traders followed prices from $0.06 to $0.66. That’s a rise worth $67,000.00 per contract. In 1980, sugar had another spectacular run past 40 cents… a move worth more than $33,600.00!

During 1972/73, weather combined with the famous Russian Wheat Deal drove grain prices to unprecedented levels. COMMODEX profits in wheat, corn, oats, and the soy complex soared to all-time records.