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Outlook for November 18

Posted by Danny on November 17, 2019

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. Give it a try.

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Outlook for November 11

Posted by Danny on November 10, 2019

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. Give it a try.

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LT wave for November 2019

Posted by Danny on November 4, 2019

October was an interesting month and here is the LT wave for November:

ltwaveNov2019

Expected weakness until the 23rd proved to be more short-lived than expected. By the 20th the S&P was regaining the 3000 level already, and the subsequent strong period in the final week took the index to new record highs.

The pattern for November suggests another slow start with the second half of the month looking much stronger.

Reminder for new readers: the LT wave is experimental and relies no market data whatsoever. So don’t bet the bank on it.

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Outlook for November 4

Posted by Danny on November 3, 2019

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. Give it a try.

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Outlook for October 28

Posted by Danny on October 28, 2019

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. Give it a try.

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Outlook for October 21

Posted by Danny on October 20, 2019

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. Give it a try.

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Outlook for October 14

Posted by Danny on October 13, 2019

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. Give it a try.

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Outlook for October 7

Posted by Danny on October 6, 2019

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. Give it a try.

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LT wave for October 2019

Posted by Danny on October 3, 2019

Sorry for the delay, but here is the LT wave for October:

ltwaveOct2019

September started as expected, with an upward bias in the first week. The subsequent weaker period gave use a long sideways pattern with a slight downward trend. The projected strength in the final days of the month saw an attempt to climb back towards the 3000 level, but it failed very quickly.

For October the wave suggests weakness until around the 23rd, with LT wave lows on the 7th and 18th. The final week of the month is expected to be stronger. Given the very weak start in the first days a possible test of the August lows near 2820 is quite likely. If that level doesn’t hold then an ugly month is in the cards.

Good luck.

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Outlook for September 30

Posted by Danny on September 29, 2019

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. Give it a try.

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