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Will the Dow’s Record Streak End with a Bang?
The Dow Jones Industrial Average just record the second longest winning streak in history. The longest streak of daily gains (13 days) occurred in January 1987. Some say trouble’s brewing ‘under the hood.’ Will the winning streak end with a bang?... >> READ MORE...
 
S&P 500 Reaches Up Side Target – Now What?
In the beginning of 2016, the Profit Radar Report outlined 2,290 – 2,342 as up side target for the S&P 500. In August/September, the up side target was revised to 2,400+/-. The S&P has reached our up side target. Now what?... >> READ MORE...
 
Short-term S&P 500 Outlook
While generally risky, the most successful approach to this market has been tunnel vision. Interestingly, the latest developments are now confirming the message of the uber accurate ‘tunnel vision worthy’ indicator.... >> READ MORE...
 
2017 Oil Forecast
It’s just the beginning of the year, but smart money oil hedgers have already racked up the most extreme oil exposure ever. At the same time, seasonality is at the most pronounced turning point for the year. Here is the 2017 oil forecast based on multiple indicators.... >> READ MORE...
 
Profit Radar Report’s 2017 S&P 500 Forecast
Providing an actual, meticulously detailed forecast for the year ahead gives every critic a foundation for criticism. But what is the purpose of following many time testing indicators if we don’t put them to work and make ourselves accountable?... >> READ MORE...
 
Below 1,000 or Above 1,400? 2017 Gold Outlook
In late 2015, gold analysts expected price to drop below $1,000/oz. Gold rallied as much as 32.7% instead. Will gold drop below $1,000/oz in 2017 … or will it rally above $1,400/oz. Here is our 2017 gold outlook.... >> READ MORE...
 
The Most Blatant Market Timing Con Ever?
Over the years, the Profit Radar Report has processed hundreds of refund requests. Here is the tale about one refund request by (upset) Fred ... ... >> READ MORE...
 
Long-and Short-term S&P 500 Outlook
At the same time last year, the S&P 500 was on its way to delivery one of the worst January performances in history, and ultimately lost 270 points. Today, investors are down right bullish on stocks. How big of a problem is investors’ bullishness?... >> READ MORE...
 
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