You probably know that I find the interaction between price and the FLD (Future Line of Demarcation) to be the most powerful trading approach to the markets. We launched our online FLD Trading Strategy course in late October of last year, and you can see the very rewarding results of the trades produced by the […]
From mid-November last year until the end of May this year the US markets moved upwards in a very narrow channel, effectively etching a straight line onto the chart. It was a frustrating 27 weeks for a cyclic analyst, because of course we rely upon the evidence of the various cycles’ up and down movement […]
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