October 21: Coffee & Sugar -
Signs of Strength are becoming climactic with each having daily upside Exhaustion Alerts as they reach their 20-month moving averages.
October 26: Capitulation in the Dow, But Likely Not a Bottom - the next bounce should be capped below a 38% retracement.
October 21: Gold & Miners Register Second Overbought Readings
Charts & Markets had its origins back in the 1970s, when Bob built a “model” from the price history of metals and was retained by some large mining companies. In 1981, presentations to financial institutions included the observation that “No matter how much the Fed prints, stocks will outperform commodities.” Being early in an era of financial bubbles, this was controversial. The “Markets” side of our name includes forecasts of probable major turning points for stocks, bonds, currencies, and commodities.
The historical work on potential market excesses has been backed up with Ross Clark’s outstanding abilities to methodically determine technical excesses, either up or down. In so many words, the “Charts” part of our logo, identifies excesses at likely turning points. A “Springboard Buy” registered on November 3rd, 2016.
Bob’s work on the history of political “markets” enabled the call on the popular uprising that is actually the early stages of the greatest reform movement since the early 1600s. A key essay was “American Spring” published on July 4, 2016. Updated on September 28th, it outlined that the popular uprising would likely be successful in the US election, that November 8th.
Our research is based upon a thorough review of financial history. That every great financial bubble has had similar beginnings and endings has been our contribution to the economic literature. This, when combined with our proprietary technical analysis, has enabled some practical calls.
Our team is comprised of individuals who have participated in multiple booms and busts in domestic and international markets. You can count on unbiased recommendations and impartial guidance.
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