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Not Too Hot, Not Too Cold? Professional Edition

Cycle based stock screening data strengthened across the board. This comes a day after most measures broke the levels reached at the early September low. Click here to download complete report in pdf format (Professional Edition Subscribers). Try the Professional Edition risk free for thirty days. If, within that time, you don’t find the information useful, I will give you a full refund. It’s that simple. Click here for more information.


  1. robert thaler

    Sorry Doc, I appreciate your work but your statements are now reading as very,very confusing and frustrating. I don’t think I need to go into detail about this. I simply wish that there was a more predictive and confident stance to your pronoucements. I don’t mean this as a personal criticism as I enjoy the site and its leaning but the analysis now feels ponderous, bewildering and very iffy. Just my thoughts now upon reading this stuff tonight. Best,Robert

  2. Lee Adler

    That just means that you got the point. There’s no decision yet.

    As someone said on the board the other day, “Wait for it. Wait for it.”

    If you want concrete answers when there are none, I can’t help you. I write every day because I can never be certain of when the market will give a clearer indication of what it will do next. The best I can tell you is, stay tuned. You don’t want to miss an episode. You might miss something!

    As an actor, maybe you can relate to this. Did not Shakespeare ever feel ponderous, bewildering, and very iffy?

    To me, he did. But I’m not an actor. I do know that as ponderous and tortured as he could be, eventually he reached a conclusion as the story unfolded. But first he, and his audience had to suffer through the intricacies and vicissitudes of his tales.

    Markets are like that. Often ponderous, bewildering, and very iffy, until they are ready to build to a climax. Along the way we look for hints and scenarios as to when they might be ready and how things might play out. Surprise is ok for theater, but not when you’re trading. So when the market is ponderous, iffy, and uncertain, I try to prepare you for the more likely possibilities.

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