Jake Bernstein

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Jake Bernstein
Jake Bernstein.jpg
President & CEO
Network Press Inc. and
MBH Commodity Advisors Inc.
Personal details
Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Bavaria
Alma materUniversity of Illinois
Roosevelt University
ProfessionMarket Analyst

Jake Bernstein is President of Network Press, Inc. in Santa Cruz, California.[1] Bernstein claims expertise in seasonal trading and has developed methods of trading in futures markets, and has been a featured speaker at many investment conferences and trading seminars.[2] In 1999, Bernstein was fined by the National Futures Association $200,000 and permanently barred from NFA membership for using misleading and deceptive Promotional Material.[3]

Early life and education[edit]

Bernstein graduated from University of Illinos in 1966 with a bachelor of arts degree in Clinical and Experimental Psychology.

Publisher and author[edit]

Bernstein is publisher of the "Jake Bernstein Weekly Futures Trading Letter," "Bernstein on Stocks," "The Letter of Long-Term Trends,and "COT Analysis". Jake Bernstein has written more than 42 books and research studies on futures trading, stock trading, trader psychology and economic forecasting.[citation needed] Articles by Bernstein have appeared in Futures Magazine, Money Maker, Stocks and Commodities, Barron’s Financial Weekly, Stocks, Futures and Options Magazine, and FarmFutures.[citation needed]


Bernstein has authored a large number of book, including:

• The Ultimate Day Trader (Adams Media Corp)
• Beyond the Investor’s Quotient (Wiley and Sons)
• Strategic Futures Trading (Dearborn Publishing)
• The New Prosperity (New York Inst. of Finance)
• Why Traders Lose How Traders Win (Probus)
• Facts on Futures (Probus/MBH)
• How to Trade the International Futures Markets (New York Inst of Finance)
• The Compleat Guide to Day Trading Stocks (McGraw-Hill)
• Stock Market Strategies that Work (with Elliott Bernstein) - McGraw-Hill
• How to Trade the Single Stock Futures Market (Sep 2002) - Dearborn
• No Bull Investing (Mar 2003) - Dearborn

Bernstein has also authored a series of webinars.[4]


  1. ^ "Trade-Futures.com: Jake Bernstein's Biography". Retrieved 2010-04-24.
  2. ^ "Trade-Futures.com: Network Press, Jake Bernstein Books". Archived from the original on 2009-09-03. Retrieved 2009-02-17.
  3. ^ "NFA FINDS BERNSTEIN USED MISLEADING AND DECEPTIVE PROMOTIONAL MATERIAL. Fined $200,000 and permanently barred from NFA membership. All appeals to NFA and CFTC failed".
  4. ^ "Jake Bernstein's Webinars". Retrieved 2010-04-24.

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