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Outlook for Aug 10

Posted by Danny on August 10, 2020

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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LT wave for August 2020

Posted by Danny on August 3, 2020

The LT wave did OK in July. The expected weak periods went mostly sideways, which is typical in bull moves. The peak of the month came right in the projected strong period on July 22. Here is the wave for August:

ltwaveAug2020

Strength in the first days of the month are again followed by a weak period until the 16th. Then another strong period with some very high peak values around the 21st. That would be the perfect timeframe for an S&P 500 top, but of course perfection rarely happens… The final week of August looks weak again.

Good luck.

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Outlook for Aug 3

Posted by Danny on August 3, 2020

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 July 27

Posted by Danny on July 27, 2020

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 July 20

Posted by Danny on July 20, 2020

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 July 13

Posted by Danny on July 13, 2020

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 July 6

Posted by Danny on July 6, 2020

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 July 2020

Posted by Danny on July 1, 2020

The LT wave had a mixed month in June. Here is the LT wave pattern for July with my review and comments for the coming month:

ltwaveJul2020

Expected weakness in the first week of June did not pan out and the market peaked on the jump-out peak value on the 10th. The next week saw downside action as indicated by the wave. Projected strength in the final 10 days of the month was slow to show up. More a directionless sideways..

For July the current LT strong period carries on until around the 8th. The middle of the month shows a significant dip. Around the 20th another strong period starts, with renewed weakness in the final days.

The usual caveats apply. Good luck in your trading.

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Outlook for June 29

Posted by Danny on June 29, 2020

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 June 22

Posted by Danny on June 22, 2020

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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