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Calm Before the Storm – Professional Edition

In spite of the minimal move in the market averages, there were some meaningful changes in the market indicators. The market appears to be suffering from low barometric pressure. 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.

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2 Comments

  1. Frothy Conundrum

    The new projections on the ‘longer intermediate’ cycles- are they high probability(within their associated time frames)? And if so, wouldn’t that kill off the idea that (another) cyclical bear market began in April? As well as the deflationary, financial system collapse sort of outcome-to me, it has to happen, if its’ going to happen, in the coming months(i.e., start in under six months), or the can-kicking has won out for several(4-5 at least) years.

  2. Lee Adler

    I don’t know how to measure the degree of probability. I think that they are probable in the context of the current Fed program, and they might become even more probable more quickly.

    The Fed has introduced an element of artificiality into the market that changed the equation as of August 10, 2010. If they increase the artificiality, then the market should respond accordingly, but in the not too distant future, the unintended consequences will rear their ugly heads.

    I don’t know what to call the market, other than a don’t fight the Fed market, until the opposing forces are martialed and fighting back. When the Fed retreats, fire when you see the whites of their eyes.

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