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S&P 500 Update
2017 was one of the most unique years ever, and 2018 has started even more spectacular than 2018. Does that mean 2018 will replicate a 2017-like performance, or will we finally see a 10% +/- correction?... >> READ MORE...
 
Dollar, Euro, Gold Update
The dollar, euro, gold and silver have been stuck in multi-month trading ranges. Gold could be staging a (deceptive?) breakout, while the dollar and euro are likely to trigger a solid signal in the not so distant future.... >> READ MORE...
 
Stock Market Update: This is the Clearest Chart Right Now
The October 1 Profit Radar Report warned that: “Stocks grind higher for a number of weeks in a 2 steps forward, 1 step back pattern. A real unexciting, unstimulating and uninspiring grind higher to 2,600+/-.” What now?... >> READ MORE...
 
S&P 500 Update: How High can it Fly?
True or false? Since the Great Depression there’s never been a rally that’s gone longer without a 3% pullback than the current one. The answer along with the next up side target for this rally is found here.... >> READ MORE...
 
Gold Tug-of War: Mid-term Bullish vs Short-term Bearish
Gold has been zigzagging up and down for all of 2017. This erratic performance brings a measure of uncertainty, but – in a way - it also increases confidence in our long-term forecast.... >> READ MORE...
 
S&P 500 Update: Top or Not?
After more than a month of sideways trading, the S&P 500 has ground out another new all-time high. On one hand, this is a technical breakout, on the other hand are bearish divergences. Question is: Is this a top or not?... >> READ MORE...
 
S&P 500 Update: Is This Rally Leg Over?
The S&P 500 came within four points of our up side target and fell 52 points. Does this mean the rally is over? What’s the down side risk? Here is a projection based on the most reliable indicator of this bull market.... >> READ MORE...
 
Transports are Fueling Dow Theory Woes
The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) is at all-time highs, while the Dow Jones Transportation Average (DJT) just lost 6.6% and briefly dipped below its 200-day SMA. According to Dow Theory, this could spell longer-term trouble.... >> READ MORE...
 
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