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LT wave for May 2021

Posted by Danny on May 3, 2021

We had a very interesting April with steadily rising stocks setting new records. The expected mild weakness in the first days didn’t really materialise, but the stronger final 3 weeks panned out beautifully. A nearly 5% rise for the S&P 500 within a month is something you don’t see very often.

For May the LT wave continues like this:

Weakness in the first half of the month, which could last until around the 13th. Then a stronger week until the 22nd.

Some sharper decline could come in the final week, with the blue values dropping to unusually low levels in the days around the 28th. It will be interesting to see what comes out of that.

The usual caveats apply. Good luck.

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Outlook for May 3

Posted by Danny on May 3, 2021

Outlook for world markets with my brief comments for next week.

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If you have any trouble to see the presentation below, then click here.

For shorter term trading and more optimal entries there are daily reversal levels, which are available by monthly subscription. It comes as a daily html file covering over 3000 stocks and ETF. Instructions for use are included.

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Outlook for Apr 26

Posted by Danny on April 26, 2021

Outlook for world markets with my brief comments for next week.

Click the “Expand” button (bottom right) to watch in full screen mode.

If you have any trouble to see the presentation below, then click here.

For shorter term trading and more optimal entries there are daily reversal levels, which are available by monthly subscription. It comes as a daily html file covering over 3000 stocks and ETF. Instructions for use are included.

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Outlook for Apr 19

Posted by Danny on April 19, 2021

Outlook for world markets with my brief comments for next week.

Click the “Expand” button (bottom right) to watch in full screen mode.

If you have any trouble to see the presentation below, then click here.

For shorter term trading and more optimal entries there are daily reversal levels, which are available by monthly subscription. It comes as a daily html file covering over 3000 stocks and ETF. Instructions for use are included.

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Outlook for Apr 12

Posted by Danny on April 12, 2021

Outlook for world markets with my brief comments for next week.

Click the “Expand” button (bottom right) to watch in full screen mode.

If you have any trouble to see the presentation below, then click here.

For shorter term trading and more optimal entries there are daily reversal levels, which are available by monthly subscription. It comes as a daily html file covering over 3000 stocks and ETF. Instructions for use are included.

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Outlook for Apr 5

Posted by Danny on April 5, 2021

Outlook for world markets with my brief comments for next week.

Click the “Expand” button (bottom right) to watch in full screen mode.

If you have any trouble to see the presentation below, then click here.

For shorter term trading and more optimal entries there are daily reversal levels, which are available by monthly subscription. It comes as a daily html file covering over 3000 stocks and ETF. Instructions for use are included.

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LT wave for April 2021

Posted by Danny on April 1, 2021

The wave had another good month in March. Projected weakness until the 8th saw the S&P 500 drop to just above 3700. The subsequent strong week took the index to near 4000. The final half of March was expected to be weaker. There was a decline until the 25th, but the final days of the month were stronger than projected.

Here is the LT wave for April:

We see mild weakness in the first days and then some neutral days that could go either way. After the 9th the market should gradually strengthen towards a high peak value around the 26th.

Good luck. And as always, the normal caveats apply. This LT wave is completely experimental and a good fit in the prior month doesn’t guarantee anything for the next one. Use common sense if you try to use it in your own trading.

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Outlook for Mar 29

Posted by Danny on March 29, 2021

Outlook for world markets with my brief comments for next week.

Click the “Expand” button (bottom right) to watch in full screen mode.

If you have any trouble to see the presentation below, then click here.

For shorter term trading and more optimal entries there are daily reversal levels, which are available by monthly subscription. It comes as a daily html file covering over 3000 stocks and ETF. Instructions for use are included.

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Outlook for Mar 15

Posted by Danny on March 15, 2021

Outlook for world markets with my brief comments for next week.

Click the “Expand” button (bottom right) to watch in full screen mode.

If you have any trouble to see the presentation below, then click here.

For shorter term trading and more optimal entries there are daily reversal levels, which are available by monthly subscription. It comes as a daily html file covering over 3000 stocks and ETF. Instructions for use are included.

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Outlook for Mar 8

Posted by Danny on March 8, 2021

Outlook for world markets with my brief comments for next week.

Click the “Expand” button (bottom right) to watch in full screen mode.

If you have any trouble to see the presentation below, then click here.

For shorter term trading and more optimal entries there are daily reversal levels, which are available by monthly subscription. It comes as a daily html file covering over 3000 stocks and ETF. Instructions for use are included.

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