Watch David Hickson’s Trading Summary Video for 14 January 2013, but first we have a favor to ask … Please help us with a short survey – http://www.surveymonkey.com/Two Questions And now for the video … The markets are at a very interesting point as we are seeing diverging analyses between the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq, […]
In my first post here in Dec. ( CSCO Long Term Hurst Cycles) I suggested that the 18 month and 4.5 year cycle low may have arrived mid-Nov. for CSCO and the Nasdaq. Having had a closer look at several aspects of these markets, I have to withdraw that presumption. I consider 1974 and 2009 […]
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