The History of COMMODEX

Back in the 1950s, Edward B. Gotthelf realized commodities operated like huge auctions. If you could observe the number of people bidding, you could tell when prices were too low or reaching tops. You know it’s true. When prices are low, everyone bids… all hands go up. When prices begin to top, fewer and fewer hands are seen. Edward B. Gotthelf designed an ingenious set of formulas that use volume and open interest changes to actually “count” market participation… in each contract… every day. His remarkable correlation’s reduce market action into precise index numbers called the DAILY and the TREND.

He named his system “COMMODEX” which stands for COMMOdity inDEX. From 1959 through 1963 COMMODEX was so accurate and so successful, Edward B. Gotthelf earned the reputation as “the man who couldn’t lose!” In fact, COMMODEX was labeled “inside information” by the S.E.C. and C.E.A. in 1963 and Edward B. Gotthelf was asked not to trade for his own account! COMMODEX sees and counts every single commodity transaction. Therefore, COMMODEX knows who is doing what… how much… in which markets… and when. Insiders, floor brokers, commercial traders, and large speculators cannot hide from Edward B. Gotthelf’s unique formulas.

Today, you need more than conventional returns. That’s why futures trading with COMMODEX signals is so important right now. We face economic uncertainty that can send markets soaring or crashing hundreds of points for profit potentials worth thousands of dollars.

If you have the resources to participate in fast-moving futures, you need the right approach. No other financial vehicles provide bigger, faster returns than futures. COMMODEX is the most effective, time-tested, and time-proven system available at any price!
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