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This past week, we experienced yet another horrendous terrorist attack in New York City. And, amazingly, just like what occurred after several other terrorist attacks that have been experienced over the last year, the market rallied right after the attack. It has
We are currently standing before one of the most unique and frightening periods in history. Never have there been so many extremes in so many different areas. In the last 100 years everything seems to have developed so much faster, including population, technology, infl
I know I am not the traditional author you come across on most financial sites.  Most others will provide you with traditional notions of the stock market based upon rationalities.   So, many authors will suggest that we “cannot separate public p
In the last 48 years, since 1969, an investor who put $1,000 into the Dow would today have $33,000. That is a gain of 3,200% or 7.6% annually. On the other hand, someone who put $1,000 into gold in 1969 would today have $37,000 or 7.8% annual return. But if you add divi
In our previous article, we briefly described, in layman’s terms, the technology underlying cryptocurrency. Then we described how to get started with your first cryptocurrency purchase. In this article we want to characterize the crypto trade so you can begin a journey
I recently read a missive by John Mauldin, wherein he makes an observation of what he is seeing from similar types of “analysis” of the stock market today: “. . . a quick search of the usual suspects on the internet reveals a metric boatload of market analysts co
Introduction I want to begin this new series on crypto-currency by introducing my co-author, Ryan Wilday.  In 2012, with twelve years of trading behind him, Ryan had no interest in, or knowledge of, crypto currency. However, a chat with a programmer fri
Many will simply read the headline to this article, and use it as support for their belief in the market striking a multi-year top right now. I mean, aren’t headlines like this proof that the market is overheated? Well, the answer is a definite “sometimes.” You s
Last evening, one of my members forwarded me a public post made by another “analyst” about Elliott Wave analysis, which seemed to be supported by his novice acolytes.  And, yes, that perspective suggested that Elliott Wave is “useless as a tool for market analy
Many of you have noted through the years that you simply do not understand how our analysis methodology works.  Yes, it can be more complex than most other forms of analysis, but it is also often more reliable and accurate in identifying targets and trends.&nbs